How the ‘Kosovo Precedent’ Shaped Putin’s Plan to Invade Ukraine
Vladimir Putin has consistently used Kosovo’s Western-backed unilateral declaration of independence as legal justification for his military incursions into other former Soviet republics to support Russian-backed rebels, writes judge Dean B. Pineles.
Last time I saw Andriy he was in high heels. Now, like many of my friends, he’s taken up arms
It was a week when Ukrainians saw their lives upturned. Artist and activist Diana Berg, born in Donetsk, reveals her fears but also the pride felt in the resilience of her peers. She runs TU platform, a space in Mariupol created by people who were united by the war and who began to fight it through cultural initiatives.
How EU Should Review its Policy on Western Sahara
Since hostilities between Morocco and the pro-independence Polisario Front in Western Sahara resumed in November 2020, the EU has been reluctant to play an active role in the conflict. But a recent EU Court of Justice ruling against the inclusion of Western Sahara in the EU-Morocco trade deal could soon force Brussels to step into the fray.