In the psychological war that’s dismembering Ukraine, the historical (and hysterical) insults used by both sides are almost as dangerous as the guns.
Igor Kossov is an American journalist of Russian-Ukrainian descent. He has reported out of Egypt, Libya and Uganda as well as Ukraine.
Suddenly it looks as if the Kremlin’s best-laid plans have gone awry. But a Russian pause is not the same as a retreat.
Igor Kossov reports on the weapons situations in Libya, where the plethora of arms is raising concerns.
Mustafa Abdel Jalil, the unassuming mastermind behind the Libyan insurgence.
Igor Kossov on how the rebels’ $1.6 million bounty could be the final straw for the regime.
Official victory celebrations have been put on hold while rebel leaders hunt for Gaddafi, alive or dead.