DIY warriors operating from garages with soldering irons are outmaneuvering Russia's state giants in the technology arms race -- so far.
Volunteer Ukrainian hackers have inflicted over $1 billion in damage on Russia, outmaneuvering its cyber defenses through constantly adapting, coordinated attacks.
Despite the lessons of appeasing Hitler before WWII, world leaders have again failed to deter authoritarian aggression from Russia
Kyiv has gone into overdrive domestically producing reconnaissance, combat, and kamikaze drones to counter Russia's assaults and gain aerial superiority, but with the invader's overwhelming resources, competition remains tough
In a lethal game of cat-and-mouse, Ukraine's resistance movement defies the threat of jail, torture, and death to bomb, spraypaint, and spike moonshine while waiting for liberation
Ukraine has chosen to confront evil directly, unlike post-WWII Germany, analysts explained at the 2023 Lviv Media Forum.
Russian colonialism for centuries has relied on the elimination and assimilation of local peoples to build its empire, says Kazakh historian Botakoz Kassymbekova.
The Ukrainian counteroffensive is in full swing. Tens of kilometers of Russian multilayered defense lines, backed by heavy artillery, armored vehicles, and combat aircraft, are standing in the way. Whether it is possible to break through this defense without air superiority is a question that Ukraine’s General Staff is now trying to answer.
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.
Western countries have little choice in helping Ukraine or not as long as its will to fight is preserved, argues analyst Mykola Bielieskov
Ukraine is nearing a landmark confiscation of Russian oligarchic money in a company posing as Dutch, potentially opening the door to confiscation of other Russian assets in the West, a total of $300 bn that could be used to rebuild Ukraine.
Ukrainian snipers take out Russian colonels from 2.8 km away, save a battalion of 600 men from encirclement, and enable capturing Russian strongholds without a single KIA. Helping them achieve this is theology professor-turned sniper patron Yuriy Chornomorets, who crowdfunds bullets, scopes, and rifles for Ukraine's victory: "Defending Ukraine is everyone's business"
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With distribution rights in more than 80 countries and a record-breaking opening weekend in Ukraine, the animated film unveils a fantasy world rooted in the nation's folklore.
The London-based Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) has published a report outlining how Russian forces have adapted their…