Olga Tokariuk


Olga Tokariuk is a Non-resident Fellow at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) and an independent journalist and researcher based in Kyiv, Ukraine. Her professional interests include Ukrainian politics, international affairs, and the study of disinformation and its impact on democracies worldwide.

Olga has vast experience working with Ukrainian and international media, such as EFE news agency (Spain), RAI, ANSA (Italy), BuzzFeed News, NPR (USA), ABC (Australia), RSI (Switzerland). She is a former head of the foreign news desk at the independent Ukrainian Hromadske TV.

Olga co-authored an investigative documentary about a controversial trial of Ukrainian soldier Vitaliy Markiv in Italy and published a research paper on the role of Russian disinformation in this case.

Olga Tokariuk holds an MA in political science and international relations from the University of Bologna (Italy) and in journalism from the Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv (Ukraine). She speaks fluent English and Italian.

Written by Olga Tokariuk

‘Be Afraid’: Has Russia’s Attack on Ukraine Begun? The signs from Ukraine are bleak as hybrid warfare attacks are already underway.
Photo: Ukrainian Territorial Defence Forces participate in drills outside Kyiv. Credit: Courtesy/ Olga Tokariuk Excluded from Talks, Ukraine Prepares to Fight With US-Russia talks underway on the future of Ukraine’s security, and with Ukraine absent, the population can only hope for peace and get ready to fight
Photo: Ukrainian servicemen attend a rehearsal of an official ceremony to hand over tanks, armoured personnel carriers and military vehicles to the Ukrainian Armed Forces as the country celebrates Army Day in Kyiv, Ukraine December 6, 2021. Credit: REUTERS/Gleb Garanich Why Should Joe Biden Care About Ukraine? During his video call with Vladimir Putin, Joe Biden should clearly state that Ukraine is as important to the West as it is for Russia
Ukraine Will Fight, and Ukraine Will Be Right Ukrainians will resist Russian aggression. The only question is whether the West will help