Russia’s Great Reverse Migration
Central Asians used to flee the Soviet empire’s periphery for Moscow. Russia’s mobilization has sent escaping Muscovites in the other direction.
Vessels from Greece and phantom fleets of unregistered ships have allowed Moscow to evade sanctions and export its oil—but it’s about to get more difficult.
After a surprise peace deal in Ethiopia, there is hope for progress in talks between the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda.
His Starlink satellite internet service has largely kept Ukraine online—but highlights the risks of overreliance on the private sector in wartime.
Diplomacy is neither intrinsically moral nor always strategically wise.
Ukrainian identity has been fundamentally changed by invasion.
From Benin to Mozambique, President Paul Kagame is flexing his small country’s military muscle—and transforming the continent’s security landscape.
Mikk Marran talks about Moscow’s intelligence failures, cyberwar, and whether Western resolve will last the winter.
Modern-day Ukrainian partisans are quietly working to undermine the occupation.
Although Ukraine has reclaimed the one provincial capital taken by Russia, there’s still a long road to recovery.
The West shouldn’t let up pressure after Myanmar’s recent prisoner releases.
How Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has put Moscow’s worldwide influence operations to the test.
For many coming home to Ukraine’s east, their prewar lives are a distant dream.
Errant missiles from Ukraine are a reminder that wars can always escalate accidentally.
New survey data shows a majority of Ukrainians do not support the travel ban in its current form.
Intelligence agencies debate whether foreign-born citizens are more targeted.
Deep in the Algerian desert, a Sahrawi-run event puts Western Sahara’s struggle for liberation on the big screen.
Apathy is the big winner from Vienna’s elite dysfunction.