Ukraine

Total 20 Posts

Russia may declare war on Ukraine on May 9 – and use it as a reason to double down on attacks.

5 min read
Western officials say that Russia may officially declare war on Ukraine on May 9. An international relations expert explains why this day is significant, and why a war declaration would matter.

Nataliia: “I fear I will never see my husband again.”

3 min read
Nataliia Vladimirova fled her home in Kharkiv, Ukraine, on the first day of the Russian invasion, on 24 February, with her four-year-old daughter Oleksandra and mother-in-law. She shares her heart-wrenching story of family separation and loss.

What game theory can tell us about how Ukraine-Russia negotiations might go.

5 min read
The negotiations need to achieve a spectrum of wins and losses that could give every side a win – something hard to imagine at this point.

No staff turnover at Chornobyl.

2 min read
Ukraine tells the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) there has been no rotation of technical staff at Chornobyl for a week now.

Performative politics is gaslighting post-Brexit Britain.

13 min read
Professor Chris Grey looking at last week’s events in terms of the blurring of truth and lies that is in part a legacy of Brexit, and has strange parallels with Putin’s ‘spy’ mindset.

What can China do about Ukraine and will it do it?

2 min read
The horror of what is happening in Ukraine has focussed minds on China’s obligations.

Ukraine: What might happen if the war spreads to a Nato country.

5 min read
Article 5 of the Nato treaty calls for collective defence if a member nation is attacked. But some Nato countries further from the conflict zone might be reluctant to send combat forces even in the event that Article 5 is triggered.
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