The French president continues to talk to Vladimir Putin but he doesn’t appear to have made much difference to the conflict so far.
The Russian government used disinformation to fabricate a justification for invading Ukraine. A new campaign focused on biowarfare claims threatens to escalate the conflict.
Though its full impact is unpredictable, the withdrawal of France from Mali will have some likely effects.
European integration is often touted as contributing to peace – but Moscow has other ideas.
A study shows that the ambition to strengthen social dialogue is yet to be realised in France.
New relationships between energy, geopolitical security and climate change policy flowing from the invasion of Ukraine are beginning to emerge, and the implications could be enormous.
In the space of one week, some of the old certainties about Europe have been thrown out the window.
To understand Russia’s war in Ukraine, look to the blend of religious and militaristic nationalism under Putin – on full display in the Church of the Russian Armed Forces.
The settled foundations of German foreign policy have been overturned in an instant following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Everyone wants to feel a sense of significance and dignity. But those desires can motivate extremist behavior.
The reasons for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are complicated and based on centuries of history between the two countries. A Ukrainian scholar provides some background.
By working with allies, the Biden administration has been able to place severe sanctions on Russia – including targeting Putin’s inner circle and banning banks from SWIFT.
Wolves killing livestock are seizing an opportunity for a meal in a landscape with little natural prey.
The cooperation should strengthen institutions and rally private entities to fund public projects.
Russian troops could enter Ukraine from multiple locations.
A new species of flatworm is invading us. It is metallic black in color and its name is Humbertium covidum.
A scholar of Russian history breaks down what Putin’s aim might be in threatening military invasion, and why that might backfire.
France’s per-capita death toll from Covid-19 is higher than the average for high-income countries. A lack of prevention and the initial rigidity of the French system are largely to responsible.
The Biden administration hopes the threat of harsh sanctions from a united West will deter Putin from invading Ukraine. But Russia has a long history of using energy to divide the US and Europe.
What’s the significance of the US beefing up its military presence in Europe? The Conversation provides a roundup of articles addressing the crisis in Ukraine.