UkraineAlertMay 27, 2022
Ukraine’s sports stars aim to provide nation with a wartime morale boost
By Mark Temnycky
Ukraine's national football team will take on Scotland in a 2022 World Cup playoff match on June 1 in Glasgow as they seek to provide their compatriots back home with a much-needed wartime morale boost.
The Big StoryMar 8, 2022
What are the risks and benefits of US/NATO military options in Ukraine? Our strategic risk calculator has answers.
By Tyson Wetzel, Barry Pavel
A strategic risk calculator for policymakers on both sides of the Atlantic to assess the possible risks and benefits of boosting their military assistance to the Ukrainian government.
Mark Temnycky is a nonresident fellow with the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center. He is also an accredited freelance journalist covering Eastern Europe, specifically Belarus, the Caucasus, Russia, and Ukraine. Temnycky’s articles have been published by various news outlets, including the New York Times, Forbes, the National Interest, EUobserver, the Diplomatic Courier, the Euromaidan Press, and Futbolgrad. He has been published in the Atlantic Council’s UkraineAlert blog and by the Wilson Center and the Center for European Policy Analysis. Temnycky’s articles have been referenced and shared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, the Embassy of Ukraine in the United States of America, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, the Hill, and the Kyiv Post. Temnycky was a recipient of the Ukrainian World Congress’ inaugural “Ukrainian diaspora 30 Under 30” award. He also received the medal “For the sacrifice and love for Ukraine” from the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the Kyiv Patriarchate. Temnycky holds a master’s degree in public administration and a master of arts in international relations from the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. He earned a bachelor of arts in history, with departmental honors, from Le Moyne College, and has a certificate in international relations from Georgetown University.