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.
Victoria Obidina’s account of her mistreatment in the Russian prison system is just one of thousands of reports of war crimes in Ukraine.
Ordinary people, when seduced by violent ideologies, can be extraordinarily brutal.
Aid to Ukrainian forces is achieving more than the long U.S. intervention in Afghanistan did.
Russia’s war on Ukraine has given us just a peek of the world to come.
Ukraine is winning, but at a high cost in reprisals on civilians.
Russia’s war on Ukraine need not end in negotiation.
Recent advances in military technology may push us closer to the edge.
The disturbing incident was the direct consequence of Russian aggression.
Images from a southern Ukrainian city, recently abandoned by retreating Russian troops
A better future requires Putin’s defeat—and the end to imperial aspirations.
The West cannot assume that the Russian leader will be a rational actor on nukes if he sees his nation and regime under existential threat.
Images from Ukraine’s capital city, where residents have endured weeks of power shortages due to the ongoing Russian invasion
Leaders shouldn’t give in to Putin’s nuclear rhetoric.
We just forgot to fear them.
Wars are won by deeds—but also by persuasive moral arguments.
Early today, Kyiv was struck four times as Russian forces attacked using unmanned Iranian-made kamikaze drones, according to Ukrainian officials.
I asked several experts to share the indicators they’re tracking most closely to determine whether Russian nuclear use in Ukraine is imminent—and to help us all separate the signal from the noise.
As they rush to evacuate children, the civilians of Zaporizhzhya face a double threat of nuclear devastation.
The president’s rhetoric will encourage Putin to test American resolve.