Partitioning Ukraine is a stopgap solution that would only create conditions for further suffering and future conflict.
Europe is being transformed by an aging population and the influx of migrants. War and reactionary politics harken back to its bloody past. Situated between two dueling superpowers, China and America, many in Europe feel squeezed and seek strategic autonomy. But Russia is on its borders.
The meeting in Jeddah, inconclusive as it may have been, signals a continuing shift in Ukraine’s favor, albeit at glacial speed.
The percentage of young Poles who say Poland should stay neutral in the Russia-Ukraine war has doubled from 16% last year to 34% in 2023.
Long persecuted by Russia, Crimean Tatars are playing a significant role in preventing Kyiv from being defeated by Moscow.
Ukrainian forces are transitioning away from smaller-scale action intended to shape the battlefield and beginning to attack in force.
Ukraine is struggling to gain support in the Global South, which is ambivalent about the invasion and reticent to cut off ties with Russia.
Jaguar Land Rover’s plan to build the largest battery plant in the UK is very welcome news for UK auto manufacturing.
People in Kyiv live in a near-constant state of alert, with regular air raid sirens, but life in other ways goes on.
Russia’s exit from the Ukraine grain deal has sent food prices surging across Europe, the Middle East, and elsewhere in the world.
When asked about arms sales from Pakistan to Ukraine, both Foreign Ministers Kuleba and Zardari denied any direct agreements, but avoided reference to indirect transfers that have been taking place.