Ukraine must keep its cause in the hearts and minds of the public and its allies in the West. Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s visits to Ottawa, Washington and the United Nations were in pursuit of that goal.
Post-9/11 international cooperation on weapons proliferation is giving way to a fractured regime dominated by ideology.
The war in Ukraine is going to be a test of will, both for Ukraine’s troops and its allies in the west.
Ukraine’s recent successes at sea and in Crimea create strategic opportunities in the Black Sea and, in the longer term, for the war on land.
Because reform of the current UN Charter is off the table, the only avenue left is to dissolve the charter and draw up a new treaty that limits or abolishes the power of the veto.
Azerbaijan and Armenia have been contesting this region of the South Caucasus since before the break-up of the Soviet Union.
The war crimes probe signals a new path for Canada that prioritizes international law and corrects past policy failures, while validating the experiences of Ukrainians.
Journalists and media workers are being deliberately targeted by Russian forces in Ukraine.
Both North Korea and Russia are highly equipped cyber nations, this deal has the potential for them to share technology.
Russia can offer advanced military and satellite technology know-how to the North – as well as the promise of a future economic partner.
A selection of the best of our coverage of the conflict from the past fortnight.
Two successful operations in and around Crimea demonstrate that, while Ukraine’s ground counteroffensive is moving slowly, Kyiv is expanding the scope of its ambition.
Vladimir Putin’s propaganda about the Russian invasion of Ukraine reflect themes once propagated by Vladimir Lenin.
South-East Asia is anxious about the Ukraine war’s impact on regional economies. For New Zealand, that presents more pressing geopolitical priorities than confronting China.
Elections to install pro-Moscow puppets in Russian-occupied areas of Ukraine should not be taken seriously. Here’s why.
For President Zelenskyy and Ukraine’s citizens, the country’s quest for NATO and EU membership is about security – and identity.
The spectacle of two UN Security Council members — China and Russia — allegedly perpetrating mass atrocity crimes is deeply troubling. Here’s how the international community must step up.
Despite the UN sanctions against North Korea, Russia is apparently trading weapons and technology which could help Pyongyang’s missile programme.
Those who think the worst of Europe’s energy crisis is over are getting ahead of themselves.
Indonesia has taken a good decision by not joining BRICS, but still needs to be aware that this bloc remains important for the country, and ASEAN.