Kateryna Sergatskova

Ukrainian journalist and entrepreneur. Co-Founder of Zaborona Media. Co-founder of the 2402 Foundation. Executive Director of Daily Humanity, Denmark. Former contributor to Foreign Affairs, NBC News, Esquire, Ukrainska Pravda, Hromadske TV in Ukraine, Russia, Syria, Turkey and Iraq.


Cover for: Goodbye, Isis

‘Practically every home in Pankisi bears the scars of the Second Chechen War, the Abkhazian War and the Syrian War. Practically every home has ties to the Islamic State.’ In this excerpt from her book ‘Goodbye, Isis: What Remains is Future’, Kateryna Sergatskova travels to the birthplace of Tarkhan Batirashvili, aka Omar al-Shishani, the former IS ‘Minister of War’.

Cover for: From peninsula to island

From peninsula to island

Crimea two years after annexation

Though Russia’s annexation of Crimea in March 2014 moved at breakneck pace, it followed a long anti-Ukrainian propaganda campaign. Katerina Sergatskova describes the growing mutual alienation between the inhabitants of the peninsula and mainland Ukraine.

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