It’s been a year since Russia invaded Ukraine, and the war continues. How should we be thinking about what comes next?
It’s not a great time to be an oligarch who’s unenthusiastic about Putin’s war in Ukraine.
Xi Jinping said his country and Putin’s Russia are friends with “no limits.” The reality is more complicated.
Vladimir Putin is pushing humanity toward an era of war that might be worse than anything we have seen before. It could threaten the very survival of our species.
This week, Paul Whelan’s sister watched as politicians and pundits weaponized the imprisoned American’s plight.
The war has made it very hard to build a floating-ice camp.
Ukraine is winning, but at a high cost in reprisals on civilians.
The disturbing incident was the direct consequence of Russian aggression.
A better future requires Putin’s defeat—and the end to imperial aspirations.
For the great-granddaughter of Nikita Khrushchev, the Kremlin today is taking the country back to the authoritarian nightmare of the past.
Americans could learn something from the care that people of the U.S.S.R. took with a privilege they would hold only briefly.
The storied space superpower was already stalling. Then came the Ukraine war.
The president’s rhetoric will encourage Putin to test American resolve.
Indiscriminate violence reveals Putin’s powerlessness to overcome Ukrainian resistance.
The attack on the crucial link between Russia and Crimea matters less for its tactical significance and more for what it says about the course of the war.
Human-rights champions from Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus will share the prize, given not to countries but to people working to change them.
Joe Biden warns Russia about the existential risk of using nuclear weapons.
Revisiting Russia’s brutal civil war
What Russian trolls can teach us about American voters
And stop Putin before other dictators follow his lead.