President Hichilema’s self-styled ‘chief marketing officer’ approach has unlocked new investments from a diverse mix of partners.
The International Criminal Court issued its first arrest warrants for Russians allegedly responsible for war crimes in Ukraine.
Maintaining a functional and lively civil society in Ukraine is crucial to keeping supplies moving and keeping up the morale of the country.
Moldova’s government has said that Russia is trying to overthrow its Western-leaning government and set up its own leaders there.
The treatment of Ukrainian refugees exposes a humanitarian double standard that has channelled vital funding away from equally deserving crises.
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.
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.
Trauma can affect how people remember and describe experiences. Many survivors express their pain through objects and physical symptoms, an anthropologist explains.
Putin’s announcement to Russia will no longer participate in the New START pauses the last remaining nuclear weapons agreement between the U.S. and Russia.
Since Russia first invaded Ukraine in 2014, more and more Ukrainians say that they feel pride for their country.
A slowdown in price rises, combined with the shift to less aggressive rate hikes, is good news for the minister’s budget initiatives on growth.
Efforts to launch rockets into space from the UK need to demonstrate reliability.
New data from 2000 through 2019 shows that Ukraine’s human rights record is better than Russia’s – but worse than that of its Western European neighbors.
The US tanks could give Ukraine an advantage in pushing back Russia from its territory – but no amount of money alone is enough to win a war.
The US is giving record-high amounts of money to Ukraine, signaling it is invested in this war for the long run – a political science scholar explains 3 important things to know.
It is a war crime to intentionally attack aid workers, but providing aid in a war zone where force is used indiscriminately and mercenaries operate with scant regard to rules is extremely risky.
The war in Ukraine affects everyone – including teachers and students, who are meeting the challenges with their people’s famed determination.
There are a range of new flashpoints and ongoing deadly conflicts the world has largely ignored due to the focus on Ukraine.
The negotiations that finally brought peace to Northern Ireland could provide some useful pointers as to how to end the war in Ukraine.
Given their numbers advantage, Russian troops were expected to quickly capture Ukraine. That didn’t happen, and with winter approaching, more Russian military defeats are expected.