Inga Pylypchuk

Born 1986 in Kyiv, Ukraine. Master's Degree in German and Modern Greek Philology – Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (2008). Master's Degree in Comparative Literature Studies – Free University of Berlin (2011). She lives in Berlin and works for Die Welt, Welt am Sonntag, Focus, Deutsche Welle, n-ost, etc. as a freelance journalist


Life in Crimea: Political Repression, Militarisation, Lawlessness and Censorship

Since the annexation of Crimea in 2014, the peninsula has faced a difficult situation. Russian authorities have pursued a repressive policy against the locals: […]

Tobias Münchmeyer: ‘Global Migration Processes, Terrorism and Security Have a Lot to Do with Resources and Energy Production’

Deputy Head of Greenpeace’s Political Unit (Berlin) talks about energy policy priorities for 2017, the economic benefits of alternative energy sources, and what to […]