Olha Vorozhbyt

Affiliated expert, Global Outreach Program

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Olha Vorozhbyt is an affiliated expert with the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”, visiting lecturer at Ukrainian Catholic University (Lviv, Ukraine), deputy editor-in-chief of “Ukrayinskyi Tyzhden” weekly magazine.

Since 2013, Olha has been working as a journalist and observer at Ukrainian and European media. In 2014 she cooperated with German ARD Channel as a local producer focusing on the MH17 crash investigation. In 2014-2021 she worked as a foreign desk observer for the Ukrainian weekly “Tyzhden”.

For over a decade Olha has been cooperating with the East European Development Institute, a non-governmental organization in Ukraine, where she focused on research of post-coloniality and the development of South Asian countries. Since 2018, she has been an affiliated expert with the Foreign Policy Council “Ukrainian Prism”, network-based non-governmental analytical center, where she focuses on the research of Ukrainian relations with the countries of South Asia.

Olha was a visiting scholar at Birmingham University, 2023 DW Media Forum Fellow. She is pursuing her PhD on Indian political parties at Ivan Franko Lviv National University.

Recent Publications

Omar Ashour: In Ukraine, Russia Fights Like ISIS

About the similarities between the tactics employed by the Russian army and ISIS, the perception of the Russian-Ukrainian war in the Middle East, and how Ukraine should build a dialogue with the countries of the so-called Global South

Ukraine-India: End of the Free Fall of Soviet Legacy?

India has been Ukraine’s biggest partner in South Asia for thirty years. However, proactive relations between India and Ukraine date back to the time of the Soviet Union. Russia’s 2022 full-scale invasion of Ukraine has had a substantial impact on traditional areas of Ukraine-India cooperation, including the economy, education, and military industry.