The Collective West Needs to Stand up for Ukraine – Part 2
Anders Aslund
The Collective West Needs to Stand up for Ukraine – Part 2
The Collective West misread Putin’s intentions and the threat from Russia. Now it needs to rethink its Ukraine and Russian policy and adopt a clear strategy
India Ascending
Diane Francis
India Ascending
The country has eliminated poverty faster than any other in history, removing 400 million from near starvation in one generation.
The Collective West Needs to Stand Up for Ukraine
Anders Aslund
The Collective West Needs to Stand Up for Ukraine
The Collective West misread Putin’s intentions and the threat from Russia. Now it needs to rethink its Ukraine and Russian policy and adopt a clear strategy. (Part 1)
Ukraine Must Continue Receiving Strong European Support in Food, Agricultural Sector
Euractiv
Ukraine Must Continue Receiving Strong European Support in Food, Agricultural Sector
In the past year, exports of agricultural goods from Ukraine and, lately, Russia have taken center stage in discussions around the situation in European agriculture.
Humanizing the Enemy: In Pursuit of ‘Good’ Russians EXCLUSIVE
Inna Kocamis
Humanizing the Enemy: In Pursuit of ‘Good’ Russians
It’s easy to relegate Moscow’s aggression against Ukraine to the ambitions of a single evil man. Too easy. But evil, in this case, is less top-down than ground-up.
Stories That Come to an End EXCLUSIVE
Andriy Kurkov
Stories That Come to an End
Whether it’s roses blooming or buildings being rebuilt, the stories of how Ukrainians intend to heal their wounded nation – which in normal times might seem trivial – are still moving.
What if Ukraine Destroys Russia’s Strategically Vital Kerch Bridge? EXCLUSIVE
Andreas Umland
What if Ukraine Destroys Russia’s Strategically Vital Kerch Bridge?
Kyiv Post asks German expert Andreas Unland about the implications of a successful Ukrainian attack on Russia’s main link with occupied Crimea – the Kerch Bridge
The Pitfalls of Orc-Washing: Confronting the Complexities of Russia's War Machine EXCLUSIVE
Casey Christie
The Pitfalls of Orc-Washing: Confronting the Complexities of Russia's War Machine
Knowing one's enemy is critical to achieving strategic superiority. Perceiving the Russian forces as mere embodiments of mythical evil is very much a strategic mistake.
International Criminal Court May be Another Casualty of October 7 EXCLUSIVE
Michael Brodsky
International Criminal Court May be Another Casualty of October 7
Israel’s Ambassador in Ukraine decries the decision of the ICC’s Prosecutor to pursue arrest warrants for Israel's Prime Minister and Defense Minister alongside the leaders of Hamas.
The Biden Administration’s Chicken Kiev Complex EXCLUSIVE
Stash Luczkiw
The Biden Administration’s Chicken Kiev Complex
The Cold War instilled in many American politicians a craven stance toward Moscow’s belligerence. Experience shows that fear couched by pragmatism is a losing approach.
Putin’s War Post-Patrushev EXCLUSIVE
Andrei Piontkovsky
Putin’s War Post-Patrushev
As President Vladimir Putin’s cabinet reshuffle took shape and the war in Ukraine rages on, sacking Sergei Shoigu seemed momentous, but the removal of Patrushev has potentially greater significance.
Reflections on the Consequences of American Duplicity EXCLUSIVE
Askold S. Lozynskyj
Reflections on the Consequences of American Duplicity
Americans are prepared to sacrifice Ukraine to ensure that Russia does not fall apart. The warning of one French author should be heeded and illusions about a deal with Russia abandoned.
Environment: No Longer a Silent Victim — Ukraine Leads the Charge in Prosecuting Environmental War Crimes EXCLUSIVE
Andriy Kostin
Environment: No Longer a Silent Victim — Ukraine Leads the Charge in Prosecuting Environmental War Crimes
Thanks to Ukraine's proactive stance and the commitment of our international partners, the environment, once a silent casualty of war, now has a voice that resonates globally.
European Commission Ukraine Report: Reflections From the Country’s Primary Energy Firm EXCLUSIVE
Oleksiy Chernyshov
European Commission Ukraine Report: Reflections From the Country’s Primary Energy Firm
Ukraine has entered heating season 2023-24 better prepared, with improved air defenses and reinforced energy site security, while satisfying crucial milestones in its European integration efforts.
Two Axes of Liberty EXCLUSIVE
Charles Cockell
Two Axes of Liberty
Democratic institutions and the freedom they engender are not eternal. The Russo-Ukrainian war is a stark reminder that Europe must become a self-sustaining and self-defending axis of liberty.
Victory on Economic Front: UK Supreme Court Ruling on the $3 Billion “Yanukovych Debt” Case editor`s choice
Serhiy Fursa
Victory on Economic Front: UK Supreme Court Ruling on the $3 Billion “Yanukovych Debt” Case
Kyiv has won a victory over the Kremlin concerning bonds issued by the deposed and exiled former pro-Russian president during the Revolution of Dignity.
Culture of Productivity Needed EXCLUSIVE
Daniel Klyuchnikov
Culture of Productivity Needed
To achieve a substantial boost, Ukraine needs thousands of superb managers who can effectively coach, guide, and develop the current Ukrainian leadership.
Russian Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds – Accuses Kyiv of Using Booby-Trapped Toys EXCLUSIVE
Steve Brown
Russian Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds – Accuses Kyiv of Using Booby-Trapped Toys
In yet another case of Moscow accusing the victims of its own crimes, Russia now has the gall to make the absurd claim that Kyiv leaves booby-traps to kill its own children.
The Birth of Azov – Driven by Necessity, Courage, Honor and Sacrifice EXCLUSIVE
Yuliia Fedosiuk
The Birth of Azov – Driven by Necessity, Courage, Honor and Sacrifice
Azov’s nascence began during the 2013-2014 Revolution of Dignity which ended Yanukovych's pro-Russian regime and saw fierce clashes with the Berkut during which future Azov fighters first saw action
Ukrainian Bananas – a Story of Survival EXCLUSIVE
Andriy Kurkov
Ukrainian Bananas – a Story of Survival
While Russians go bananas for fear of cross-border attacks, Ukrainians on their side of the border stoically cultivate banana trees in the most inhospitable of circumstances.