Christopher Miller/CPJ Correspondent for Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus

Christopher Miller is CPJ's correspondent for Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus. Miller, the author of CPJ's 2017 report "Justice Denied: Ukraine comes up empty in probe of Pavel Sheremet's murder," is also the Ukraine correspondent for Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, and has written about conflict, corruption, and politics in the region for outlets including Mashable, CNN, The Times of London, The Guardian, and GlobalPost. While at Ukraine’s Kyiv Post in 2014, he helped lead the newsroom that won the 2014 Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism for the paper’s coverage of the Ukraine crisis.

Russian dissident journalist Arkady Babchenko, left, visits the office of the Crimean Tatar channel, ATR, in Kiev, Ukraine on May 31, 2018. (Reuters/Valentyn Ogirenko)

‘I don’t feel safe now’: Journalists in Ukraine anxious after Babchenko operation

In the week since the Ukrainian security service, the SBU, staged the assassination of Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko, little if any dust stirred up by the elaborate and controversial operation–ostensibly carried out to foil a Russian plot to kill him–has settled.

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U.S. journalist Paul Klebnikov, pictured in Moscow in May 2004. Ukraine has arrested a suspect in the murder of Klebnikov, who was editor for Forbes Magazine's Russia edition. (AP/Misha Japaridze/File)

Ukraine arrests suspect in 2004 murder of Forbes editor Paul Klebnikov

Ukraine’s state intelligence agency announced on November 18 that it had detained a man wanted by Interpol for the high-profile murder of American journalist Paul Klebnikov in Russia 13 years ago. Russia’s Interior Ministry on November 20 named the suspect as Magomed Dukuzov and said that Ukrainian authorities had apprehended him at its request, according…

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