Half Measures Are Worse Than Nothing in Ukraine
Weak commitments may make the crisis spiral further.
A “New Cold War” to Decide the Future of Europe—and the World
Trump’s ambassador to the OSCE says a Russian invasion of Ukraine is an attack on “all of America’s allies.”
The West’s Weapons Won’t Make Any Difference to Ukraine
U.S. military equipment wouldn’t realistically help Ukrainians—or intimidate Putin.
What Do You Want To Know About The Ukraine Crisis?
A space for subscribers to submit questions to our team of reporters and experts.
‘Don’t Freaking Test Us’: U.S. Sanctions Alleged Intelligence Operatives Undermining Ukraine
It’s part of an effort to shed light on Russia’s orchestrated campaign to destabilize Kyiv—and even take over Ukraine.
Russia May Send Troops to Belarus Soon
Minsk is cautious of being used as a staging ground for an attack on Ukraine.
Liberal Illusions Caused the Ukraine Crisis
The greatest tragedy about Russia’s potential invasion is how easily it could have been avoided.
Russia Planning Provocation in Ukraine as Pretext for War
Warnings from U.S. officials come amid a cyberattack on Ukrainian government websites.
Russia Is Worried About Challenges in the Caucasus
The Nagorno-Karabakh war’s aftermath is still impacting Moscow’s plans.
Biden Plans U.N. Showdown if Russia Invades Ukraine
There’s lots of history at the Security Council, but few changes.
Showdown at the Nord Stream Corral
U.S. Senate strikes down sanctions bill on a Russian pipeline project that became a political lightning rod in Washington.
Russia Talks Show No Sign of a Quick Resolution on Ukraine Crisis
U.S. and allies bat down Russian proposals to halt NATO expansion.
Cultural Desecration Is Racial Discrimination
A recent International Court of Justice decision regarding Azerbaijan’s actions in Nagorno-Karabakh could offer protection to threatened cultural heritage sites around the world.
Turkey Could Lose Big in the Russia-Ukraine Standoff
Conflict could topple Ankara’s delicate balancing act between NATO and Russia.
Will Poland’s Border Emergency Become Permanent?
After months of closure, Foreign Policy gets an authorized glimpse into the militarized Polish-Belarusian border zone.
Baltic Citizens Worry They’re Next on Russia’s Menu
Moscow’s aggression has stirred old fears in its neighbors.