The Russo-Japanese War led not just to an immediate revolution, but to deeper and longer-lasting change years later.
An ex-Soviet state’s national myths—as well as the forces of nationalism, economics, culture, and religion—all pull it away from Moscow. Can Russia really compete?
The country’s young people have been forced to make decisions much tougher than most adults are capable of. I feel some small sense of common cause.
Images from the past month, showing scenes from Kyiv, Kharkiv, Mariupol, Lviv, the Donbas region, and more
NATO’s efforts to help Ukraine are not simply about military strength but about character, the alliance’s leader indicated.
Russia’s botched invasion has illustrated the diminishing power of heavy and expensive military power.
A fierce debate is raging within the U.S. Marine Corps about what comes next.
Strategic prudence argues in favor of pocketing successes rather than pressing the fight and running the tantamount risks.
Crimean Tatars have long helped shape Ukraine’s sense of self as a vibrant multiethnic, multiconfessional, multilingual place.
‘If you are a good comedian in the U.S., you can have a late-night show. If you are a good comedian in Ukraine, you can destroy Russia.’
Recent images of the war and resistance in Chernihiv, Lviv, Kharkiv, Mariupol, Kyiv, and more
Russia has failed to understand the importance of airpower.
Britain’s foreign secretary says in an interview that she wants to expand NATO’s remit, and strengthen the G7.
Russia’s invasion on the other side of the world has spurred ordinary Taiwanese to take practical steps to guard against similar action by Beijing.
On Russia’s Victory Day, we might find out whether Putin intends to extend his war to the rest of the planet.
How long will Polish solidarity with Ukrainian refugees last?
One family’s experience of Russia’s invasion offers a path to the end of the war.
The Russian leader’s invasion of Ukraine is founded on a false retelling of history. He’s not the only strongman revising the past.
Recent images of the war and resistance in Chernihiv, Lviv, Kharkiv, Odessa, Kyiv, and more
First comes the dehumanization. Then comes the killing.