Russo-Ukrainian war 2022-2023
All news about the Russian-Ukrainian war in 2022.
Ukraine has transferred one of its best brigades to reinforce the besieged city, but critics warn the situation is getting worse
Artem Chapeye’s writing journey is intertwined with his military service, reflecting his dedication to both storytelling and defending his country’s sovereignty.
Ukrainian soldiers now fire twice as less shells than one year ago, while the EU promises to deliver the promised 1 million of shells only by the end of 2024
Soldiers argue that while war goes against human nature, new mobilization rules would help civilians do their duty for the greater good and avoid a much worse evil - Russian occupation.
As Russia's war against Ukraine nears its third year, a turning point seems imminent, with the balance of power likely to shift not in Russia’s favor. Factors such as intensified international backing for Ukraine, successful Ukrainian strikes on Russian military targets, and Russia's domestic economic struggles are reshaping the war's trajectory.
Ukraine’s victory demands more than drones. “Boots on the ground” define true territory control, says Navy commander
Ukraine created the world's first fleet of naval drones, paralyzing Russia's Black Sea Fleet. However, can occupied Crimea - the apple of Vladimir Putin's eye - be liberated by drones alone?
The new Ironclad robot that can remotely pound Russians with heavy machine gun fire is the latest example of Ukraine's tech-driven approach to warfare
Trapped in a Russian prison, Mikhail Pavlov faced two options - join the attacks on Ukraine as a Storm-Z combatant, or find a way to escape and fight alongside Ukrainian forces
All wars have had setbacks. What Ukraine needs is not gloom but lessons learned analysis. And a million drones.
Amid challenging weather, Russian forces launch offensives to seize initiative before Russia's 2024 elections. Ukraine fortifies defenses, remaining open to future counteroffensives, maintaining strategic flexibility, ISW says.
Frontline report: Russian soldiers refuse to attack Dnipro islands as Ukrainians maintain bridgehead across the river
The conflict between Russian soldiers and commanders in the Kherson direction started to grow as soldiers refused to attack islands due to heavy losses. Ukrainians rely on artillery and drones to support their bridgehead across the Dnipro River.
Slashing Putin's 6,000 km umbilical cord to Beijing in a dramatic flare of sabotage, Ukraine lit the fuse on a series of "small cuts" set to slowly bleed Russia's war machine dry
Ukraine's Air Force spox confirms downing five Russian airframes in May with Patriot missiles. He expects more drone activity this winter, citing Russia's 1,000+ missile and 1,000+ drone attacks on Ukrainian energy infrastructure last winter.
Ukraine currently produces 20% of the shells it uses, with the number reaching 50% for certain ammunition types, General Baranov says
Unaware of their role, ordinary Ukrainian citizens contributed to the classified Black Box initiative, leading to the covert development and production of the Beaver suicide drone with an impressive 800 km range
Ukraine Commander-in-Chief Zaluzhnyi's article was never about stalemate, but about the technological adaptations needed for victory. This is totally achievable - if the West truly decides it wants Ukraine to win the war.
As Ukraine's Commander-in-Chief noted that the war "is gradually turning into a positional form,” Ukraine seeks to expand EW capabilities, deploying a Pokrova nationwide EW system alongside other localized means.
As Western production fails to meet targets, most ammunition Ukraine uses for its counteroffensive are from South Korean stocks, Euromaidan Press' defense sources say