There are fears that Russia might try to compensate for its poor performance in Ukraine by upping its meddling in neighbouring countries.
More than 30 years ago, Lola was raped during the Bosnian war, but she still awaits justice. Her story illustrates the difficulty of holding war criminals to account – a problem Ukrainians face today.
While the Georgian government is close to Moscow, the vast majority of ordinary people would rather look to the west for security.
The Battle of Bakhmut embodies Russia’s ill-planned war in Ukraine. Even if it succeeds in taking the city, the divisions it’s created within its armed forces will erode Russia’s ultimate aims.
This bitter struggle may well come down to whoever has the better supply chain.
Are comparisons between Vladimir Putin and Josef Stalin useful? It’s a complex question.
Gareth Jones reported on Moscow’s genocide against the Ukrainian people in the 1930s. His story holds lessons and an example for those reporting on the latest conflict.
Often seen as divided, Ukrainian citizens are united in their nation’s defense against Russia and in their priorities for postwar reconstruction.
Moldova’s government has said that Russia is trying to overthrow its Western-leaning government and set up its own leaders there.
A selection of our coverage of the conflict from the past week.
The high cost of warfare is not only human – military expenditure on both sides is enormous and will strain defence budgets.
Where do Nato’s responsibilities end and the EU’s begin – especially when it comes to defence?
Pavlovsky became the ultimate insider – until he fell out with the boss he had helped make all-powerful.
Beijing’s 12-point proposal is a broad-brush plan for an end to hostilities which positions China as a key power broker.
Considered to have one of the most powerful militaries in the world, Russian President Vladimir Putin has little to show for his invasion of Ukraine.
Where does the conflict stand after 12 months? We’ve lined up some leading political and military analysts to give their insights.
Over 12 months of conflict, the Kremlin has relied on its tried and tested disinformation playbook.
Vladimir Putin’s planning for his ‘special military operation’ failed to take into account the Ukrainian people’s staunch defence.
Whatever the reason for Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, the west and Russia have been spoiling for a fight for decades. The war must end before it leads to a global conflagration.
Most of the fighting has been on land, but key developments at sea have put Russia at a disadvantage.