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A Cold War British nuclear sub sneaked into a Soviet naval exercise and took closeup underwater pictures of Russia’s new aircraft carrier.
Providing advanced western main battle tanks to Ukraine
Fall of salt-mining town would be propaganda coup for Kremlin but analysts say scale of casualties make it a pyrrhic victory
In the capital, Ukrainians track the trajectory of Russian missiles on smartphone apps, but refuse to be defeated by fear.
When a war is going on, though, it is absolutely the time to talk about peace. How else can we prevent even further loss of life or yet more millions forced into refuge somewhere else in the world? It…
«The UN has been too slow to act, and too much of the interstate system has pushed for escalation, not negotiation.»
The Kremlin’s imperial war has made its own culture a common enemy for people across its former empire, says Guardian columnist Timothy Garton Ash
A defeat for Moscow won’t be a clear victory for the West.
There may be 1,700 suspected war criminals and human rights abusers in the U.S. Who are they, and what is the government doing about it?
From surveillance to search-and-rescue, consumer drones are having an unprecedented impact on Ukraine’s defense against Russia.
Volodymyr Zelensky’s success as a wartime leader has relied on the fact that courage is contagious
A shared sense of national history is proving to be a crucial weapon, spurring on Ukraine resistance and Russian soldiers
When Russia invaded Ukraine, a key part of its strategy was to destroy historic libraries in order to eradicate the Ukrainians’ sense of identity. But Putin hadn’t counted on the unbreakable spirit of…
A better future requires Putin’s defeat—and the end to imperial aspirations.
And if it is, when will it concede?
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