Image:  When the president of the Kyiv School of Economics began to post photos of his daily life to social media in November, it was a gut reaction. A day earlier, Russian air strikes had hit Ukraine’s power grid, plunging the capital city into darkness. “I didn’t have a plan. I realized we had no heating and no water for a while, and somehow I felt it would be interesting for the world to know how people are trying to get through the war,” said Tymofiy Mylovanov. His tweets have...


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