UkraineAlertMay 27, 2023
Exploring the secrets of Ukraine’s successful wartime diplomacy
By Yuna Potomkina
Over the past 15 months, Ukraine has built an international coalition of partners prepared to arm the country against Russia's invasion. This unprecedented diplomatic success offers important lessons, writes Yuna Potomkina.
UkraineAlertMay 23, 2023
Ukraine’s coming counteroffensive has a good chance of succeeding
By Richard D. Hooker, Jr.
Ukraine's coming counteroffensive has a great chance of succeeding due to a number of factors including superior leadership, equipment upgrades, and strong morale, writes Richard D. Hooker, Jr.
New AtlanticistMay 19, 2023
Russian War Report: Russia fires barrage at Kyiv while UK promises ‘kamikaze’ drones
By Digital Forensic Research Lab
A series of Russian missile strikes directed at Kyiv were largely intercepted while the UK promises hundreds of drones. In Poland, a missile "cover up" controversy.
UkraineAlertMay 11, 2023
Britain becomes first country to supply Ukraine with long-range missiles
By Peter Dickinson
Britain has confirmed it is providing Ukraine with long-range missiles. The decision is a major milestone in international efforts to support the Ukrainian fight back against Russia’s ongoing invasion, writes Peter Dickinson.
UkraineAlertMay 9, 2023
Russia’s invasion fails to prevent progress in Ukraine’s energy sector
By Aura Sabadus
Russia's seven-month airstrike campaign against Ukraine's civilian energy infrastructure has failed to derail Ukrainian progress toward greater energy sector integration with the EU, writes Aura Sabadus.
UkraineAlertApr 27, 2023
Iranian and Syrian factors shape Israeli response to Russia’s Ukraine invasion
By Joseph Roche
Israel has sought to minimize its involvement in the international response to Vladimir Putin's Ukraine invasion, but deepening military cooperation between Russia and Iran may force a change in the Israeli position.
UkraineAlertApr 20, 2023
There can be no lasting peace with Russia until Ukraine liberates Crimea
By Mariia Zolkina
Some skeptics question the feasibility and wisdom of a military campaign to de-occupy Crimea, but no lasting peace with Putin's Russia will be possible until the Ukrainian peninsula is liberated, argues Mariia Zolkina.
UkraineAlertApr 13, 2023
Putin cancels Victory Day parades as Ukraine invasion continues to unravel
By Peter Dickinson
The cancellation of Victory Day parades in multiple Russian regional capitals is a blow to Putin's personal prestige that exposes the grim reality behind Moscow's upbeat propaganda portrayals of the faltering Ukraine invasion, writes Peter Dickinson.
UkraineAlertApr 11, 2023
Ukraine’s energy sector survives winter
By Suriya Evans-Pritchard Jayanti
Vladimir Putin's winter bombing campaign targeting Ukraine's civilian infrastructure failed to achieve its goal of breaking Ukrainian resistance and freezing the country into submission, writes Suriya Evans-Pritchard Jayanti.