War in Ukraine
One year on
Experts from across the Atlantic Council are assessing the conflict’s consequences for Ukraine’s sovereignty, Europe’s security, and the United States’ leadership.
New Atlanticist Feb 22, 2023
Russia policy after the war: A new strategy of containment
To prevent further damage to the rules-based international order, the United States and its allies will need a strategy of containment to deter Russia militarily and decouple Russia from the international community, until Moscow has earned the right to be considered a partner once more.
Report Feb 22, 2023
In the weeks and months leading up to Russia invading Ukraine on February 24, 2022, the Kremlin and pro-Kremlin media employed false and misleading narratives to justify military action against Ukraine, mask the Kremlin’s operational planning, and deny any responsibility for the coming war. Dive into a full accounting of the road to war.
New Atlanticist Feb 24, 2023
Experts react: How a year of war in Europe remade NATO, and what comes next
By Atlantic Council experts
The war has undeniably re-invigorated NATO. But just how much has changed? Our experts weigh in on the state of the Alliance and where allies should go from here.
Dive into the data
The Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center, in partnership with Razom for Ukraine, summarizes the $8.5 billion supplied by the United States to Ukraine in direct budget support. From pensions for seniors to salaries for first responders, US budget support has helped to guarantee Ukrainian society’s ability to wage war.