Now Russians may start feeling the fear that has afflicted ordinary Ukrainians since February 2022.
Drone strikes in Moscow are just one sign of an intensifying air war ahead of Ukraine’s offensive.
As drone strikes become a more routine part of warfare, a set of rules or standards that can help determine how they are used in warfare is needed, writes a former US diplomat.
Russia is reportedly preparing massive defences to prevent a lightning offensive to retake the occupied peninsula.
The recent Iran-Saudi Arabia diplomatic truce brokered by Beijing heightens expectations of Xi’s visit. But the Ukraine case is vastly different.
Vladimir Putin’s planning for his ‘special military operation’ failed to take into account the Ukrainian people’s staunch defence.
A selection of our coverage of the conflict from the past week.
Russia appears to be under increasing pressure on all fronts.
The global realignment triggered by the end of the Cold War and Gorbachev’s reforms ushered in a period of transition on the African continent.
Russia is trying to normalise an international order where might makes right. And democracy and respect for human rights are optional.
Despite vague results of what the shuttle diplomacy will contribute to the world, at least the visits resemble Indonesia’s, if not Jokowi’s, own interest.
May 9 this year is “no victory day” as Putin has little to show after 74 days of aggression against Ukraine.
A digest of the week’s coverage of the war against Ukraine.
The best of the past week’s coverage of the war in Ukraine.
It’s hard to see how negotiations can succeed at this point.
Throughout history, Russian rulers have seen it as their mission to ‘gather the lands of the Rus’.
Who are the Ukrainians and when were they part of the same empire as Russia? A scholar answers basic questions on war in Ukraine.
By allowing Russian military presence in Belarus, president Aliaksandr Lukashenka has forfeited his country’s sovereignty.
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 current split in Ukrainian Orthodoxy reflects a fundamental question: Are Ukrainians and Russians one people or two separate nations?