A woman walks by large signs that read ‘Bravery is Ukrainian brand’ in Kyiv.
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Ukraine is partnering with an advertising company to produce an innovative nation branding campaign during a war. The campaign could have influence beyond how Ukraine and Russia conduct this war.
While attending the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia, Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly announced sanctions against Russia
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New research shows that at least half of Canadians have encountered pro-Kremlin propaganda online and that those who hold left-leaning views are less susceptible to the Kremlin’s disinformation.
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Bringing aid to the residents of bomb-ravaged cities becomes all the more difficult and perilous when the front line is just a stone’s throw away.
I arrived in Lublin, Poland, on 15 April. At the airport, I discovered that my backpack had been lost by the airline. Stunned, anxious. I had planned to cross the border the same day. This is the first step of such a journey: to reach the country as soon as possible.
In this series, The Conversation France sends out an ethnographic correspondent to document the war in Ukraine. Here, Romain Huët reflects on what the conflict means for ordinary people and prepares to cross the Ukrainian border.
The trial of Russian soldier Vadim Shishimarin could be mirrored with similar war crimes prosecutions by Moscow.
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Holding war crimes trials during active hostilities is rare. Proceedings in Ukraine also open the risk of Russian show trials, argues a law of war expert.
Russia’s war has had an unexpected impact on global trade patterns, raising the price on goods but weakening currencies. What’s behind this unexpected blip?
Demonstrators hold placards and wave flags during a rally in support of Ukraine in Tbilisi in March.
It is commonplace these days to invoke the fears that Russia’s aggression against Ukraine has awoken in Eastern Europe. With the 2008 invasion still fresh in the minds, the Black Sea nation of Georgia…
A Ukrainian soldier is seen at a Ukrainian front line in Donbass, Ukraine, on April 11, 2022.
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On paper, Russia’s military outmatches its Ukrainian rival. But better training, strategy and battlefield decisions have helped Ukrainian forces keep Russian troops at bay.
Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Many academics and former diplomats commenting on Russia’s invasion show a lack of sympathy towards Ukraine. That needs to change.
Staying constantly attuned to disastrous news can take a lasting toll on your mental health.
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Images of war, violence, suffering and death can have a traumatic impact on those who view them.
Climate change is already cutting crop yields. War and unrest are likely to compound these issues for food-importing nations.
A forensic worker exhumes several bodies from a grave in Bucha, Ukraine, on April 12, 2022.
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A Russian journalist and political operative reveals that Russian leadership is planning for the complete destruction of Ukraine
A person shops at a supermarket in Moscow in April. War-related sanctions have caused inflation to soar – 2% per week in the first three weeks of the war and 1% per week thereafter, equivalent to 68% per year.
While the country’s Central Bank may have managed to offset some of the tougher sanctions, the West’s economic broadside has caused long-term damage to “Fortress Russia”.
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As terrible images from Bucha and other Ukrainian towns are shown around the world, Russian authorities continue to frame their invasion as a fight for their country’s survival.
U.S. universities are cutting ties with their Russian counterparts, such as Moscow State University, shown here.
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Decades of collaboration between Western and Russian universities have come to a halt because of the war in Ukraine. An expert on U.S.-Russia relations explains what’s at stake.
In his address to federal parliament, the Ukrainian president asked Australia to do more to support his country against the Russian invasion.
A woman with hair dyed bright red wears a mask as she uses her phone in Beijing.
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In China, social media is being censored to reflect pro-Russian sentiment, making it impossible to gauge public opinion of Chinese people on the Russian invasion.
The RN candidate has spent the past years attempting to present herself as a champion for living standards.
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Under fire for her past Russian links, Marine Le Pen may still be within reach of the second round of the French presidential elections thanks to her left-leaning economic agenda.
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Indonesia’s nuclear plants might be used as targets, or to manipulate the government.
The global angst against Putin has been so profound that sport has been compelled to come out behind its customary veil of ‘neutrality’ in political matters.