In the Global South, opinions on the Ukraine war are mixed. One main reason for this: developing countries have more pressing issues to deal with.
Moldova’s government has said that Russia is trying to overthrow its Western-leaning government and set up its own leaders there.
Estonia is going to the polls but the Ukraine war casts a long shadow over its politics.
Since 2021, the tiny Baltic nation of Lithuania has come up against three authoritarian regimes: Belarus, China, and Russia. Its capital, Vilnius, is at the forefront of Western support for Kiev.
Beijing’s 12-point proposal is a broad-brush plan for an end to hostilities which positions China as a key power broker.
With no end in site to the Ukraine war, and the UN largely powerless, New Zealand now faces difficult military, humanitarian, diplomatic and legal challenges.
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.
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.
The war in Ukraine has dramatically increased the use of drones in warfare, from repurposed consumer quadcopters to flying bombs to remotely piloted warplanes.
Vladimir Putin is playing a long game by not formally declaring war. It may be to avoid international escalation.
Ukraine’s constitutional democracy requires any peace deal to be ratified by its people. If they are ignored, a stable peace deal is far less likely.
For a scholar who studies how different generations reacted to the end of the Soviet empire, the war in Ukraine is a collision of the professional and the personal.
A new book argues the war against Ukraine is an escalation of an ongoing hybrid war of ‘Russia’ against ‘the West’ – and that only ‘real and credible force’ will make Putin step back from aggression.
Since Russia first invaded Ukraine in 2014, more and more Ukrainians say that they feel pride for their country.
Russia has vast natural resources and is involved in many conservation efforts. Its diplomatic isolation as a result of the war in Ukraine is making it harder to protect many wild species and places.
New weapons and technologies have been used on both sides of the conflict. Donors need to be responsible for testing these weapons first to ensure they are in compliance with the laws of war.
One year into a conflict in Europe that many thought impossible, we are likely about to rediscover just how world-shaping wars can be.
A year into the war in Ukraine, a historian reflects on how it has affected the geopolitical environment.
Russia tried to weaponize energy to keep European nations from opposing its war in Ukraine, but the real pain from Putin’s actions and Western sanctions has been felt far from Europe.