What the ICJ ruling on Ukraine v. Russia means

Ukraine disputes Russia’s allegation of genocide – and argues it was a false pretext for war.

Negotiations over Ukraine are likely to fail. Here’s why.

Several factors can foil conflict negotiations. The Russian war in Ukraine has them all.

Will Congress shut down the government over aid to Israel and Ukraine?

Four experts examine how U.S. foreign policy is dividing both Republicans and Democrats.

Putin’s Russia navigates Middle East conflict and war in Ukraine

Two experts discuss the broader impact of the Israel-Hamas war.

Ukraine’s military policy puts women in headlines, but not front lines

New research explores the hurdles for Ukrainian servicewomen, as well as for other women who wish to participate in the war effort

Why are Germans losing enthusiasm for helping Ukraine?

It’s not just about energy costs, our research finds. Germans have a deep cultural aversion toward military intervention.

Ukraine accused Russia of torture. Here’s how to prosecute those crimes.

Ukraine’s allies can use their own courts to investigate war crimes

Can Putin survive Russia’s losses in Ukraine?

Russia’s defeat is starting to look inevitable. Here’s what that means for Putin and his inner circle.

Russia now says it must ‘de-Satanize’ Ukraine. What?

The Kremlin seems to be trolling for support among U.S. voters on the far right

Public support for Ukraine remains high in the U.S., survey shows

Americans see Ukraine as succeeding in its fight against the Russian invasion. That might explain the robust public support for Ukraine.