«I didn’t think we would make it»: last wave of Azovstal evacuees reach safety
After two months sheltering in besieged Mariupol, civilians arrived in Ukraine-held Zaporizhzhia exhausted and with few possessions The last civilians rescued from the besieged Azovstal steel plant complex in Mariupol reached safety in Ukrainian held
There are two scenario of ending war with Russia
Kyrylo Budanov, Chief of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, sees two scenarios for ending the war with Russia – the disintegration of the russian federation and a change of its leadership. This was stated by Major General Kyrylo Budanov in an inter
Russians Are Artificially Inflating Situation in Transnistria
Aware of the lack of significant success in the so-called ‘special opeartion’ against Ukraine and the effectiveness of Ukrainian units, the occupation command is trying to create zones of instability near the Ukrainian border and the threat of rusian
Could the Siloviki Challenge Putin? What It Would Take for a Coup by Kremlin Insiders
Among the many questions surrounding Russia’s disastrous war in Ukraine, one of the most notable concerns the growing tensions between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his own security services and military. The war started with Putin holding a t
Ukrainian Resistance May Ruin the kremlin’s Plan to Create the So-Called ‘Kherson People’s Republic’
“putin has to demonstrate his success by May 9. He will do his best to hold a referendum by any means and say that the ‘people of kherson region’ proclaim ‘kherson people’s republic’ and want to joint russia. It will be presented as one of the victor
The operational update regarding the Russian invasion on April 23, 2022
The fifty-ninth day of the heroic resistance of the Ukrainian people to a russian military invasion continues. A russian federation continues its full-scale armed aggression against Ukraine. russian enemy is conducting offensive operations in the Eas
Ukraine refugees’ trauma creates ‘crisis on top of a crisis’ for Eastern Europe
Press play to listen to this article Millions of Ukrainian refugees have streamed into Eastern Europe over the past six weeks, their lives uprooted and loved ones left behind. Many will need specialist help to come to terms with the displacement and
He wants to destroy Elon Musk. He could end up endangering the Dems’ Senate plans.
Others familiar with the rollout stressed that O’Dowd’s team has privately been adamant he’s not trying to unseat freshman Democratic Sen. Alex Padilla, who was appointed last year when Kamala Harris ascended to the vice president job. Instead, O’Dow
These lawyers and firms are still working with Russian banks, even amid the war
The debate over what lines, if any, a firm should draw when it comes to the clients they represent is a continuous one in politics, popping up often during confirmation hearings for lawyers looking to take on government posts. Russia’s invasion of Uk
5 crucial decisions as Jan. 6 investigation reaches final stage
Here are five endgame scenarios the committee must confront before going public: The committee is almost certain to seek testimony from Trump himself; it has long been seen as a fait accompli. While members of the panel have treaded cautiously around
Presidential hopeful Boris Nadezhdin should, in theory, be permitted on the ballot in March.
"We must be ready to act to defend and support Ukraine whatever it takes," the French president said.
“We are convinced that Ždanoka is not an isolated case,” three MEPs wrote in letter about espionage obtained by Brussels Playbook.
Many Ukrainians will fight. Westerners learned on Feb. 24, 2022, that Ukrainians will risk their lives to remain free. Hundreds of thousands of battle-hardened women and men will be ready to take up a guerilla fight. They are inventive, with many highly educated engineers, inventors, IT specialists. If Russia counters with ever more brutal repression, this will trigger ever more severe guerilla fighting and more refugees.
University of Birmingham op-ed
“Unfortunately, for the Russian people, Vladimir Putin is a fundamentally flawed leader.”
- John R. Bryson, Professor of Enterprise and Economic Geography - University of Birmingham
KYIV — Worries about a massive environmental disaster in Ukraine have long focused on the Russian-occupied Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant. But people were looking in the wrong place.
The last two days have seen growing signs Ukraine is redoubling its efforts to drive out Vladimir Putin’s forces.
Hundreds of civilians on Sunday fled Ukrainian territories under Russian control as part of an “evacuation” ahead of what’s feared to be intense fighting around an area home to Europe’s largest nuclear power plant.
Russia hammered Ukraine with a new barrage of missiles and drones in the early hours of Monday morning, as Moscow gears up to celebrate victory over the Nazis in World War II.
KYIV — From the glass cage in a Kyiv courtroom, Roman Dudin professed his innocence loudly.
A new law that allows Russia to seize foreign-owned energy assets should be a final warning to Western firms to cut their losses and leave the market for good, one of the country’s most prominent exiled businessmen has cautioned.
BRUSSELS — In a new blueprint for military support to Ukraine, the European Union will propose that €1 billion should be specifically dedicated to ammunition, particularly 155mm artillery shells, according to a document seen by POLITICO.
BERLIN — In an earlier life as a reporter in Moscow, I once knocked on the door of an apartment listed as the home address of the boss of company that, our year-long investigation showed, was involved in an elaborate scheme to siphon billions of dollars out of Russia’s state railways through rigged tenders.