I just found this one today. Don't know anything about the author Paul Goble but he is certainly well informed and writes with authority. Warning - there are hours of reading on this blog site but well worth it.
This one from The Moscow Times is a one pager of explanation for the names that Ukraine and Ukrainians are called by Russians and in the Russian media. You can tell by the terms of endearment how Ukrainians are viewed and guess from that what is likely to be the fate of this country should it end up back under Moscow's heel.
This is a better version of the Bandera story I tried to explain in a previous post. Understanding this is critical to understanding the whole load of Russian propaganda around Ukrainian "fascists" and so forth. Since Putin's regime is fascist and since there are several extreme nationalist organizations in Russia, one would think they would see the humour in it but I guess not.
Getting To Know Stepan Bandera And What He Means For Ukraine’s Fight With Russia