UkraineAlert Jun 29, 2022
Vladimir Putin’s Ukrainian genocide is proceeding in plain view
By Taras Kuzio
Western policymakers should be in no doubt that the many different Russian war crimes currently taking place in Ukraine are all part of a coherent plan developed by Vladimir Putin to commit genocide.
UkraineAlert Jun 30, 2022
Goodwill gestures and de-Nazification: Decoding Putin’s Ukraine War lexicon
By Peter Dickinson
From “goodwill gestures” to “de-Nazification” and “reclaiming Russian lands,” the Atlantic Council’s Peter Dickinson decodes some of the key phrases from the lexicon of Putin’s Ukraine War into plain English.
UkraineAlert Jun 14, 2022
The future of global security will be decided in Ukraine
By Oleksii Reznikov
Western leaders must use the forthcoming NATO Summit in Madrid to regain the initiative from Putin’s Russia and define Ukraine’s role in the future of European security, writes Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov.
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Resilience in the face of adversity
Ukraine has moved tentatively toward an open society and market economy since independence. The country has held several democratic elections but largely failed to address state control and corruption in its economy. Since the 2014 Maidan Revolution, Ukraine has undertaken significant economic reform and moved decisively toward a Europe-focused foreign policy.
UkraineAlert Mar 6, 2022
Why Vladimir Putin is losing the information war to Ukraine
By Anders Åslund
Vladimir Putin has long enjoyed a reputation as a master of disinformation, but the Russian ruler is now clearly losing the global information war that is being waged alongside his invasion of Ukraine.
UkraineAlert Mar 10, 2022
Not just Putin: Most Russians support the war in Ukraine
By Peter Dickinson
Many international commentators have pinned the blame for the Russian invasion of Ukraine solely on Vladimir Putin but the chilling truth is that an overwhelming majority of ordinary Russians also support the war.
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