When links with the past are destroyed, there is a loss of opportunity to continue a way of life, to live in the place one’s parents and grandparents lived.
Putin’s worldview echoes Russian phrase, ‘Who is not with us, is against us.’
With winter approaching, analysts suggest there will no be any major breakthroughs in the next few months.
A Tatar leader claims that Crimean Tatars who are arrested by their Russian occupiers are beaten and tortured.
Venturing out onto the city’s streets carries danger. But there is little reason to go out anyway. Few shops and still fewer places of entertainment are open.
Ukraine’s successes against Russia’s Black Sea fleet have increased confidence in its ability to protect shipping in and out of its ports.
The Taliban and the Islamic State group are among the militant groups that have been known to use civilians as human shields in the past, in order to try to shift their opponents’ war calculations.
Since 1947 the clock’s hand have been set at the beginning of every year.
Hawkish foreign policy wonks have called for a breakup of Russia. But would that fall into Beijing’s hands?
US president Joe Biden is facing difficult talks with China’s president, but needs a good result to give him a bump in the polls.
A selection of the best of our coverage of the conflict from the past fortnight.
Moscow has pulled the plug on yet another safety valve preventing conflict with the west.
People talk about genocide in a few different ways, ranging from technical to colloquial – but a war of words does not replace a path to peace, a genocide scholar writes.
Ukraine needs some successes on the battlefield if it is to maintain international support.
The Ukraine war’s impact on food insecurity is critical, but there is more to the picture. The main problem is that capitalism allows food and other basic needs to become precarious commodities.
Harsh winter conditions will affect equipment and morale in Ukraine.
Russia has strong ties with Israel as well as many Arab states, so it is well placed as a mediator. But does war in the Middle East suit Moscow’s priorities?
The use of deepfake videos seems to undermine people’s trust in all types of media.
Turkey walks a fine line between NATO commitments and Western alliances and its dependence on Russia for financial resources and trade.
The newly appointed speaker in the House of Representatives, Mike Johnson, has opposed funding the Ukraine war.