Tim Judah

Tim Judah is a correspondent for The Economist. For The New York Review he has reported from, among other places, Afghanistan, Serbia, Uganda, and Armenia.

  • Ukraine: Divided and Bitter

    March 23, 2015

    The fate of two neighboring towns in eastern Ukraine shows just how divided and bitter the region has become since fighting began almost exactly a year ago.

  • Scenes from Eastern Ukraine

    September 16, 2014

    In late August, Russian-backed rebel forces launched a devastating counter-offensive against Ukrainian troops.

  • Ukraine: A Catastrophic Defeat

    September 5, 2014

    The scale of the devastation suffered by Ukrainian forces in southeastern Ukraine over the last week has to be seen to be believed.

  • Ukraine: Progress Without Peace

    May 29, 2014

    Petro Poroshenko won Ukraine's presidential election surprisingly easily, but the rebellion is not over. What happens next in Kiev?

  • Ukraine's Stalled Rebellion

    May 23, 2014

    As Ukrainians go to the polls to elect a new president, the rebels in the east, who a few weeks ago were triumphantly wrenching their region away from Kiev, now seem to have stalled; but without much sign that the post-revolutionary government is recapturing its lost authority.

  • Ukraine: Hate in Progress

    April 28, 2014

    The shift of popular opinion in eastern Ukraine under the sway of the Russian media is ominously reminiscent of what the Serbian media and other bits of the former Yugoslav media did when Yugoslavia collapsed.