"I feel it’s my responsibility as an Italian and European citizen to do anything in my power to support Ukraine and help them achieve the true peace they deserve."
As Russian forces closed in on the Ukrainian town of Avdiivka, U.S. veteran Jackie witnessed firsthand the deadly cost of Congress blocking military aid to Ukraine.
However, intrigue remains over whether the bill will be passed in the House, with speaker Johnson vowing to block it from being presented
After a decade of battling Kremlin disinformation, Ukraine forged effective tools that lagging Western nations now need to adopt
Man with 12 million followers airs genocidal speech of Russian dictator invading Ukraine
If Ukraine does not give up, the EU will not either, Josep Borrell says in Kyiv as he calls for victory, not "as long as it takes"
Fossil fuel giant hits French senator with lawsuit on eve of hearing into its alleged human rights abuses in Africa and secretive deals with Russia
The post-war world moves to a pre-war one, and Ukraine is a test case, says Grant Shapps, announcing massive defense boost
Despite over 200 rounds of negotiations since 2014, Russia continues to escalate its war against Ukraine, demonstrating it only sees talks as a means to force surrender.
Loopholes in Russian energy sanctions have allowed vast profits to fuel aggression, seen in a 70% budget increase for Russia's military expansion.
Does Pepsi think it can ignore reality?
There is an explanation to why the progressive, decolonial left is paradoxically justifying Russia's colonial aggression against Ukraine
With GOP discord on defense aid, Ukraine must energize industry and voters for the long-term backing vital to resist Russian aggression.
Putin is convinced that Ukraine and other "historical Russian lands" can only be returned and the empire restored within the framework of a global redistribution of the world, says the head of Ukraine's Foreign Intelligence Service
In one of his works, Yuri Andrukhovych wrote that there is hope for Moscow, but - he exaggerated - it may take 500 years. Now, the writer doesn't think he exaggerated that much.