It’s just over four years since the climax of the so-called Maidan revolution in Ukraine.
Months of street protests ended with a violent crackdown by the security forces, which lead to the then president, pro-Russian Viktor Yanukovych, fleeing the country into exile.
In the elections that followed, Ukrainian far right movements, which had been prominent in the protests – were expected to do well but failed to make much of an impact.
Now, with a new vote due in 2019, they’re increasing their visibility again – and one controversial group in particular has caught the public eye: The National Militia.
Jonah Fisher reports.