Ukrainian leaders announced one counteroffensive against Russia—but had another in the works.
The liberation of Russian-occupied territory might bring down Vladimir Putin.
Scenes from the effort to save Ukrainian art from destruction
A narrative of resentment and betrayal
The fight to retake the city of Kherson plays to the Ukrainians’ strengths, not the Russians’.
The Ukrainian journalist Sergii Leshchenko has a nose for a story and a knack for being in the right place at the right time. I wanted to see the war through his eyes.
Ukraine and even Belarus are not going back.
A band of Belarusians is resisting the threat of a neo-Soviet empire by taking up arms in Ukraine.
“You cannot just remain silent, you cannot remain still. You have to do something.”
Students visit the ruins of their former classrooms and share some of their thoughts on the war.
Can childhood be preserved in a war zone?
The experience of Ukrainian medics in the notorious Olenivka POW camp suggests that Russia’s treatment of captives is certainly inhumane and probably illegal.
Why an assassination in Moscow matters to Ukraine and the West
The war is still about freedom.
Moldova’s president has high hopes. Putin has other ideas.
Imperiled by Russian invaders, private citizens are stepping forward to do what Ukraine’s government cannot.
How the U.S. dealt with Russia in Afghanistan is informing how Russia is dealing with the U.S. in Ukraine.
The conundrum facing America’s allies is how to cope with a great imperial power in decline that is still a great imperial power.
Russia will regard any prisoner swap as a propaganda win. But the real message we can proclaim is about American values.
Images from the past month showing scenes from Kharkiv, Vinnytsia, Kyiv, Donetsk, Mariupol, and more