The West faces a simple choice: reduce aid to Ukraine and deliver Russia a victory, or else finish the job it has begun.
With each step Ukraine takes toward winning, the lack of consensus around its war aims looms larger.
The Ukrainian president has made himself omnipresent on the global stage. But actually seeing the man in person is another story.
On the meaning of “We are still here.”
Revisiting Volodymyr Zelensky’s comedy through the eyes of America—and the world—today
Like many Jews from the former Soviet Union, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky grew up in a world that suppressed the truth about the Nazi genocide.
Why a pretaped message from the Ukrainian president aired during a night of escapist entertainment
Ukraine’s wartime communications strategies have roots in World War II.
The admiration for the Ukrainian leader that’s obvious and pervasive on social media is both genuine and a form of wish fulfillment.
The Ukrainian president is modeling courage from the streets of Kyiv, via self-shot videos.
The Ukrainian president’s dispatches from the streets of Kyiv have doubled as proof of life and missives of solidarity.
The Ukrainian leader’s refusal to back down is as inspiring as it is illuminating.
As the Ukrainian president captivates the world with his bravery, he offers a reminder of the inroads Eastern and Central European Jews have made in overcoming their status as perpetual outsiders.
History has found the Ukrainian president, and his courage is remarkable to witness.
The surreal story of how a comedian who played the Ukrainian president on TV became the president in real life—then found himself at the center of an American political scandal
In the call with the Ukrainian president, he bears down on his target’s weaknesses and doesn’t relent.
The White House said a transcript of the call would be exculpatory—but the summary it released only adds to the problems facing Trump.
The president of Ukraine is easily found on social media, but rarely submits to journalists’ questioning.