A shroud is settling over the dreams many of us had at the end of the 20th century.
Forecasting a conclusion to an unpredictable conflict
Images from recent weeks, showing a region reshaped by a year of war
It’s been a year since Russia invaded Ukraine, and the war continues. How should we be thinking about what comes next?
It is in the differences from past wars that insight into today’s battles lies.
How Russian invaders unleashed violence on small-town residents
Putin’s blackmail is dangerous; its success would be even worse.
Any result other than a victory for Kyiv will make the world a more dangerous place for all of us.
The Ukrainians will win if they keep getting better weapons.
Belarus opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya discusses how the war in neighboring Ukraine is affecting her own people’s bid for freedom.
It’s not a great time to be an oligarch who’s unenthusiastic about Putin’s war in Ukraine.
How Ukrainian citizens persevere in the darkness
Zelensky’s address to Congress challenged us to remember America’s mission in the world.
Ukrainian resistance and American support prevented a wide range of horrors.
He came to thank the U.S. for supporting Ukraine. It is Americans who should thank him.
Beyond weapons and ammunition, Ukraine also seeks assurances of sustained U.S. support.
Putin’s hollow rhetoric warrants no concessions from the West.
Ukraine’s president is rushing to the United States for good reason.
Remember Ukraine this year as Russia continues its homicidal campaign against the country.