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It is too early to worry about the implications of the victory of Slovakia's pro-Kremlin politician Robert Fico on western aid to Ukraine, says Slovakian writer Mesik
Ukraine has repeatedly proved that Russian "red lines" are a fiction. Now it's finally time for the West to call out Putin's nuclear bluff.
Ukraine has destroyed half of Russia’s combat power with 5% of the US defense budget, and the tech magnate has reaped profits from the process. So, what’s up with Elon Musk’s tweets on Ukraine?
More than 1,400 multinational corporations are still paying taxes to Russia. The solution: Boycott Russia.
Ukraine suffered a major diplomatic defeat as Western weakness allowed the G20 to adopt a declaration failing to assign clear blame for Russia's devastating war
Desire for Russian oil trumps Ukraine’s fight for survival as G20 nations remain involved in new Russian gas projects.
Germany must shun "management" and embrace "leadership" to tackle Russian threat and avoid West's fragmentation, urged former Ukrainian Foreign Minister and Ambassador to Germany Pavlo Klimkin.
Ukrainian chroniclers race to record Russian war crimes while bombs still fall. Doing so ensures evil won't walk free and darkness doesn't later distort reality.
Neither breaking news nor military victories cement a nation in the global consciousness. Only through its culture may a nation's voice truly be heard, says Ukrainian writer Oksana Zabuzhko
Despite an embargo, Russian oil exports are booming, funneling billions into Moscow's war machine while undermining efforts to hamper Putin's invasion of Ukraine.
President Biden's trilateral meeting with Japan and South Korea exemplified his goal of unifying democracies to counter rising autocracies. The summit provides a potential model for Ukraine and other European partners to strengthen security cooperation with the US against Russian aggression.
Many NATO-promised weapons have yet to arrive, leaving Ukraine counteroffensive shorthanded.
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, during his visit to Sweden on Saturday, initiated discussions with Swedish Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson.…
A NATO strategist prompted Ukrainian fury and NATO backpedaling after arguing Ukraine could trade territory for NATO membership, a slip that reveals how much the Alliance is willing to play along with Russian aggression
Work.ua, Ukraine's top job portal, says it will no longer cooperate with companies maintaining business ties in Russia - even big names like Metro and Philip Morris. Its CEO has issued a manifesto for others to follow suit.
The forthcoming fall and winter will be critical for Ukraine and, therefore, Europe. If Russia can destroy Ukraine's air defense, the West will need to reconsider its stand on military intervention.
The EU risks finding itself in a situation where the restoration of Ukraine will be paid not by the guilty party -- the Russian government and oligarchs -- but by European taxpayers.