A studying listicle on the conflict on Ukraine


All through the Ukraine disaster and the following Russian invasion, we have now been following occasions carefully and from numerous views. Now we have tried to stay to our mission: to supply the most effective articles, evaluation and commentary, if doable from impartial sources and with a neighborhood or cross-border angle.

As a European nation is invaded and bravely resists, the European Union for as soon as appears to be rising to the total scale of the problem. Whereas the danger of a continent-wide conflict if not worse looms, our mission stays to contribute to the circulation of concepts and knowledge – and on this case to the understanding of this defining occasion of our time, which impacts us deeply, past the tales we publish on Voxeurop.

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That is why we have now created a (non translated) curation thread of essentially the most fascinating articles, commentary and analyses amongst these we have now noticed within the European press. It is going to be up to date and ampliated often. We don’t declare to be exhaustive, and invite you to tell us which articles you suppose need to be included. We’ll do our greatest to learn them and embrace them in our choice.

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UkraineFacts | By the Worldwide Truth-checking Community Signatories

Russia, Ukraine & Worldwide Regulation: On Occupation, Armed Battle and Human Rights | Human Rights Watch

Civilian hurt in Ukraine | Bellingcat

Explaining Ukraine podcast | Ukraine World

Guerre en Ukraine : dans les rouages de la machine Zelensky

Depuis l’invasion de son pays, le 24 fĂ©vrier, le prĂ©sident ukrainien a mis en place, Ă  Kiev, un vĂ©ritable systĂšme de rĂ©sistance Ă  l’occupant russe.

Arianne Chemn | Le Monde | 16 June 2022

Dangerous Information for Me Is Good Information for Russia

Unbiased Russian journalists are profitable the conflict, however at nice price to themselves.

Andrei Soldatov | The Moscow Occasions | 10 June 2022

Who’s Putin actually combating?

Russia’s conflict in opposition to Ukraine has unleashed a battle not solely between two armies and two societies, but additionally between two generations of leaders. Certainly, a putting age hole divides Russia and Ukraine’s prime brass. Vladimir Putin’s shut associates and key officers had been largely born within the Nineteen Fifties and Sixties. Whereas a very powerful positions within the Ukrainian management and on Volodymyr Zelensky’s crew are, for essentially the most half, occupied by folks born within the Nineteen Seventies and Nineteen Eighties. However there’s additionally one other conflict of generations, one occurring not on the interstate degree, however inside Russia itself. Putin’s contemporaries are afraid to relinquish energy and bequeath it to those that ought to be their successors. As an alternative, they’ve labored to deliver the youthful generations of would-be leaders to heel, pushing them to the margins of public area or driving them in another country altogether. 

Maxim Trudolyubov | Meduza | 6 June 2022

Denazification carried out proper: How Russian anti-fascists and anarchists are battling Putin’s invasion

Upon attacking Ukraine, Vladimir Putin introduced its so-called “denazification” as one among his principal targets. Whereas the Kremlin is on the lookout for imaginary Nazis, round 200 Russian anti-fascists and anarchists, who’ve a broad expertise of countering the ultra-right in actual life, have sided with Ukraine’s Armed Forces. The Insider spoke to 3 territorial protection fighters and a provide specialist to seek out out their motivation for taking on arms on Kyiv’s aspect and whether or not there are any Nazis in Ukraine.

The Insider | 23 Could 2022

The actual hazard of “Thucydides Lure” in post-Soviet area

The continuing conflict in Ukraine has unveiled extra of Russian pondering on international coverage to the world. Confronted with a neighbourhood more and more seeking to the West, Moscow has turned to battle in an try to take care of its energy and affect within the area.

 Jozef Hrabina | New Japanese Europe | 6 June 2022

‘We’re all conflict correspondents now’

How Russia’s full-scale invasion has modified Ukrainian journalism. Russia’s all-out conflict on Ukraine has been lethal for reporters. The Ukrainian Institute of Mass Data has recorded 243 crimes in opposition to journalists and the media dedicated by Russian troops because the begin of the full-scale invasion (as of the tip of April). No less than 32 journalists have died whereas reporting on the conflict or combating on the entrance strains. Reporters have been tortured and kidnapped, and as of the tip of April, at the very least 15 Ukrainian media employees had gone lacking. Over 100 regional Ukrainian retailers have needed to shut down on account of threats from Russia. In early Could, the Pulitzer Prize committee devoted a particular award to all Ukrainian journalists — for “their bravery, resilience, and dedication to truthful protection” of the Russian invasion. 5 Ukrainian journalists instructed Meduza about what it’s @zn_ua prefer to dwell and work in these unprecedented circumstances.

Boris Kemanshev | Meduza | 6 June 2022

Massive Bucks and Larger Worries

The way to get a brand new Ukraine as a substitute of an previous Russia on account of restoration.

The European Fee is able to give us funds in alternate for reforms and beneath strict supervision. Clearly, this isn’t how the victorious authorities had imagined the restoration

Let’s put patriotism apart for a second and attempt to reply this query truthfully: will something actually, basically change in Ukraine after the victory?

Yuliya Samayeva | ZN, UA | 27 Could 2022

Tsars, spies and colonialism

Glass breaking and balalaikas: Hollywood has historically portrayed the Tsarist and Soviet Empires as ethnically homogenous, culturally uniform and completely Russian talking. This unjust picture lives on and reaffirms the imperial narrative behind the invasion of Ukraine.

Olexandra Povoroznyk | Eurozine | 20 Could 2022

‘We had been all improper’: how Germany acquired hooked on Russian vitality

Germany has been compelled to confess it was a horrible mistake to grow to be so depending on Russian oil and fuel. So why did it occur?

Patrick Wintour | The Guardian | 2 June 2022

What The West (Nonetheless) Will get Flawed About Putin

Asking whether or not to appease or not appease him is totally irrelevant.

Tatiana Stanovaya | Overseas Coverage | 1 June 2022

Political scientist Kirill Rogov on why Russia’s invasion of Ukraine isn’t simply ‘Putin’s conflict’

It would take a number of time and analysis to reply the query of what led to Russia’s monstrous conflict in opposition to Ukraine. After Moscow launched its full-scale invasion on February 24, the notion rapidly unfold around the globe that this was “Putin’s conflict” and that he personally made the choice to invade. On this essay for Meduza’s “Concepts” part, political scientist Kirill Rogov breaks down why this reasoning is extra of a handy pretense than an actual rationalization of how Russia reached this level. 

Kirill Rogov | Meduza | 31 Could 2022

Un paese diviso? Lingua e identitĂ  etnica in Ucraina

L’Ucraina Ăš stata spesso dipinta come un paese strutturalmente diviso tra la minoranza russa e la maggioranza ucraina, tra russofoni e ucrainofoni. Una visione di per sĂ© stilizzata e rigida della realtĂ  e delle complesse identitĂ  di un paese, basate oltretutto su una sorprendente mancanza di dati.

Oleksiy Bondarenko | East journal | 30 Could 2022

‘I don’t know what to do’

Taken to the Russian Far East, refugees from Mariupol had been promised housing and jobs. They’ve but to obtain both.

Sofia Maksimova | Meduza | 19 Could 2022


How the conflict in Ukraine seems to Russians – An interactive article.

The Economist | 17 Could 2022

Gli archivi aperti del KGB: l’Ucraina ha capito che per costruire una democrazia bisogna fare i conti con la storia

Ci sono due modi per denigrare la lotta di sopravvivenza degli ucraini contro l’invasione russa. Il primo Ăš sostenere che l’Ucraina sia un paese nazista perchĂ© vi sono attivi partiti e movimenti ultranazionalisti, seppure minoritari e politicamente marginali. Il secondo Ăš affermare che stiamo assistendo a una guerra per procura, che gli ucraini sono solo un proxy americano, il vero conflitto Ăš fra la Russia e gli americani.

Gianluca Falanga | ValigiaBlu | 15 Could 2022

In Moldova, a pro-Russia area welcomes Ukrainian refugees

Gagauzia, the nation’s poorest area with some autonomy, is torn between powers in Russia, Turkey, the EU and the central authorities.

Andrei Popoviciu | Al Jazeera English | 13 Could 2022

They’re from the Soviet Union: How Putin’s elite nomenklatura origins led to conflict

Putin’s elites are nostalgic for the Stalin-Brezhnev beliefs, as a result of most of them made their careers within the Soviet Union: 60% of Russia’s prime management comes from the Soviet nomenklatura, whereas the share of the Chekists in energy has elevated a number of occasions over. This has made not solely a dictatorship but additionally a conflict inevitable, as a result of the Soviet-educated elite believes Moscow can lay declare to the whole post-Soviet area. Which means that not only a change of presidency, however a full-fledged lustration is critical to discourage Russia’s exterior aggression.

Maria Snegovaya | The Insider | 6 Could 2022

Fossil gas corporations and agricultural merchants money in on the conflict in Ukraine

Critics counsel buyers are selling the disruption that they then profit from – whereas additionally slowing a transfer in direction of inexperienced vitality.

Joseph Baines | Open Democracy | 6 Could 2022

‘We need to die for the motherland too!’

A dispatch from a Buryatian village the place one p.c of residents have joined the conflict in Ukraine.

Karina Pronina | Meduza | 11 Could 2022

Are the Russian folks Putin’s victims or collaborators in crime?

Missing a optimistic nationwide identification, Russians proceed to be ruled by a harmful imperial mindset that betrays each subservience and aggression. Putin has cynically constructed on this doubtful basis.

Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj | Eurozine | 9 Could 2022

In a inventive play on three completely different languages, Ukrainians determine an enemy: ‘ruscism.’

Timothy Snyder | The New York Occasions | 22 April 2022

The reality about Ukraine’s far-Proper militias

Russia has empowered harmful factions in Zelenskyy’s military.

Aris Roussinos | UnHerd | 15 March 2022

What to anticipate from the Battle of Donbas, Russia’s new offensive

Ukraine and the world have spent weeks in anticipation of the Battle of Donbas, “the second section” of Russia’s all-out conflict on Ukraine. Now, it appears, the wait is over. With the drastic intensification of hostilities in Donbas and neighboring areas, President Volodymyr Zelensky on April 18 lastly confirmed the start of Russia’s large-scale offensive in Ukraine’s jap Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts.

Ilya Ponomarenko | The Kyiv Unbiased | 21 April 2022

Does Ukraine want a Marshall Plan?

There isn’t any miracle repair for rebuilding a post-conflict Ukraine: it’s going to want the massive funding, laborious grind and difficult political bargaining of postwar Europe.

Adam Tooze | New Statesman | 21 April 2022

Kremlin Insiders Alarmed Over Rising Toll of Putin’s Struggle in Ukraine

Some within the elite worry the invasion was a catastrophic mistake — however say the Russian president will not relent and is in no hazard of dropping energy.

Bloomberg Information | 21 April 2022

Ukraine: Russian Forces’ Path of Demise in Bucha

Russian forces dedicated a litany of obvious conflict crimes throughout their occupation of Bucha, a city about 30 kilometers northwest of Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, from March 4 to 31, 2022, Human Rights Watch mentioned in an in depth report launched right now.

Human Rights Watch | 21 April 2022 | EN, FR

‘They shot my son. I used to be subsequent to him. It will be higher if it had been me.’

Because the Russian advance on Kyiv stalled, a marketing campaign of terror and revenge in opposition to civilians close by in Bucha started, survivors and investigators say.

Carlotta Gall, Daniel Berehulak | The New York Occasions | FR, ES | 12 April 2022

The Race to Archive Social Posts That Could Show

Painstaking new strategies for archiving social media posts may present essential proof in future prosecutions.

Tom Simonite | Wired | 11 April 2022

Don’t cry for me, Dostoevsky

In true Stalinist method, Russian tradition is being weaponized within the conflict in opposition to Ukraine. However as a substitute of cancelling nice Russian writers, we must always learn them with a crucial eye – identical to different European classics.

Konstantin Akinsha | Eurozine | 4 April 2022

Ukraine: A battleground for Europe’s future

For Ukrainians, this uneven battle is in regards to the survival of their nation. Nevertheless, it is usually about the way forward for democracy in Europe as an entire. The unprecedented act of collective solidarity on the EU border proves the resilience of civil society within the face of Putin’s problem.

Tatiana Zhurzhenko | Eurozine | 8 April 2022

Putin exploits the lie machine however didn’t invent it. British historical past can be filled with untruths

Our personal disaster of fact is chargeable for a few of the world’s greatest issues.

George Monbiot | The Guardian | 30 March 2022

Actual refugees, faux refugees

After pushing again Center Japanese refugees into the forests on its northern border with Belarus, Poland is now welcoming an unprecedented variety of displaced Ukrainians. Deep racial and gender stereotypes are at play on this double customary, and an concept of heroic patriotism that doesn’t perceive the individuals who don’t have a state to struggle for.

Lidia Zessin-Jurek | Eurozine | 28 March 2022

Ukraine: Obvious Struggle Crimes in Russia-Managed Areas

Abstract Executions, Different Grave Abuses by Russian Forces

Human Rights Watch | EN, FR | 3 April 2022

Russian reporters in Ukraine: ‘Day-after-day I see useless and injured’

A bunch of impartial Russian reporters are in Ukraine and trying to interrupt the Kremlin’s stranglehold on data.

Shaun Walker | The Guardian | 1 April 2022

Polish Activists Arrested for Saving Lives

Authorities Ought to Cease Harassment at Belarus Border

Lydia Gall | Human Rights Watch | 1 April 2022

The conflict on Ukraine mirrors the Turkish-Syrian border in 2013

On each information channel, you may see cities blasted into rubble by the Russian air drive. Determined streams of individuals flee the combating on foot in lengthy ragged columns. The dimensions of human struggling is immense. Politicians and border businesses who, a number of weeks in the past, held harsh stances in opposition to migrants now fling the gates open as a result of these refugees are completely different—you see, they’re our siblings. “We” have a shared historical past with “them”. However I’m not speaking in regards to the Ukrainian-Polish border in 2022. That is the Turkish-Syrian border in 2013.

Josef Burton | Are We Europe | 1 April 2022

Worldwide media are abusing the heroism of Ukraine’s journalists

As worldwide media attempt to cowl the horror of Russia’s assault on Ukraine, they’re failing the people who find themselves serving to them do it: Ukrainian journalists and producers.

Alik Sardarian | openDemocracy | 30 March 2022

A New Iron Curtain: Russia’s Sovereign Web

As Russia sends tanks and troopers to take over Ukraine, it is usually dispatching censors and regulators to strangle the Web. On this CEPA particular sequence, Senior Fellows Andrei Soldatov and Irina Borogan argue that each invasions are linked and symbolize the end result of a greater than a decade-long pattern to throttle the free and open move of data in Russia.

Andrei Soldatov, Irina Borogan | Heart for European Coverage Evaluation | 23 March 2022

«Noi disertori russi traditi da Mosca e nascosti dai contadini ucraini»

Dal militare della banda musicale al ragazzo di leva: «Ci hanno mentito sulla missione e ci hanno mandato a morire». E la contadina di Kiev che tranquillizza la mamma del soldato in Russia.

Nello Scavo | Avvenire | 26 March 2022

Putin’s Struggle and Jewish Historical past

The historical past of Ukraine is inextricably linked with antisemitism, from the pogroms of the Russian Civil Struggle to the Ukrainian nationalist complicity within the Holocaust. Such historic connections have as soon as extra come to the fore throughout Russia’s invasion of the nation, now lead by a Jewish president. Right here, historic sociologist Brendan McGeever writes on this sophisticated previous, and what the current Jewish attachment to the concept of Ukraine means for each Jewish identification and the continued historical past of racism within the area and past.

Brendan McGeever | Verso | 25 March 2022

What the Russian Struggle in Ukraine Means for the Center East

Residents of the Center East and North Africa are feeling the impacts of the conflict in Europe on their meals safety, vitality costs, and job markets. They’re torn between sympathizing with Ukrainians fleeing their houses and cities destroyed by Russian weapons and remembering how the world regarded away as the identical weapons had been recking havoc on Syria and Libya only some years in the past. In the meantime, regional governments, together with America’s conventional allies, are hedging their bets between Russia and the U.S.-led Western camp, enjoying on time to higher consider the impacts of the conflict and to ease the restraints it’s imposing on the delicate economies and social materials of the area.


Russie : l’data Ă©conomique, victime collatĂ©rale de la guerre en Ukraine

« Toute quantification change le monde ». C’est ainsi que l’économiste Olivier Martin rĂ©sume l’enjeu politique de ce qu’il appelle « l’empire des chiffres ». À mesure que s’affirme devant nous l’ambition impĂ©riale du pouvoir en Russie, la statistique et l’data Ă©conomique Ă©chappent de moins en moins Ă  l’emprise du politique dans ce pays. Ce processus a des consĂ©quences trĂšs concrĂštes.

Julien Vercueil | The Dialog France | 27 March 2022

Jonathan Littell : « Mes chers amis russes, c’est l’heure de votre MaĂŻdan »

Evoquant la rĂ©volution Ă  Kiev en 2014, l’écrivain s’adresse, dans une lettre ouverte, Ă  ses « amis d’ñme et d’esprit » restĂ©s silencieux face aux agressions commises par leur pays en TchĂ©tchĂ©nie, en CrimĂ©e et en Ukraine. Il les appelle Ă  reprendre leur libertĂ© en faisant tomber le rĂ©gime.

Jonathan Littell | Le Monde | 27 March 2022

Ukrainian journalist launched from Russian captivity: ‘They had been most fascinated with discovering organizers of pro-Ukrainian rallies’

Oleh Baturin, a journalist for the Novy Den, a newspaper in Ukraine’s southern Kherson Oblast, was kidnapped by the Russian army on March 12.

Ivan Antypenko | The Kyiv Unbiased | 23 March

Mykola Riabchuk : « Il y a entre la Russie et l’Ukraine toute l’essence du colonialisme »

En septembre dernier, le politiste Mykola Riabchuk est arrivĂ© de Kyiv pour un an de rĂ©sidence Ă  l’Institut d’études avancĂ©es de Paris avec pour objectif de « revisiter la crise ukrainienne », un projet largement rattrapĂ© par l’actualitĂ©. Pour AOC, il livre ses analyses d’un conflit qu’il qualifie de dernier espoir pour l’Europe face Ă  l’impĂ©rialisme russe.

Benjamin Tainturier | AOC | 26 March

L’Ukraine, nouvel alibi de l’agriculture productiviste

« Toute quantification change le monde ». C’est ainsi que l’économiste Olivier Martin rĂ©sume l’enjeu politique de ce qu’il appelle « l’empire des chiffres ».

Julien Vercueil | The Dialog | 27 March 2022

Russie : l’data Ă©conomique, victime collatĂ©rale de la guerre en Ukraine

Les syndicats de l’agriculture intensive profitent de la panique sur l’approvisionnement causĂ©e par la guerre en Ukraine pour imposer leur agenda. Leur objectif : faire reculer les progrĂšs europĂ©ens vers une agriculture plus Ă©cologique.

Marie Astier | Reporterre | 7 March 2022

Ukraine: When issues collapse

A collective account from behind the scenes of a month of AFP’s reporters and photojournalists in Ukraine work.

Dave Clark, Sophie Estienne, Dmytro Gorshkov, Antoine Lambroschini, Karim Menasria, Daphné Rousseau, Olga Shylenko, Arman Soldin, Daniel Leal, Michaëla Cancela-Kieffer | AFP | 24 March 2022 | EN, FR

OCCRP Russian asset tracker

A challenge to trace down and catalogue the huge wealth held exterior Russia by oligarchs and key figures near Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Lara Dihmis, Misha Gagarin, Karina Shedrofsky, Alina Tsogoeva | OCCRP | 21 March 2022

The conflict for democracy

The governments now sanctioning Russian oligarchs neglect to say that it was the free-market insurance policies of the ’90s that created them. With the intention to regain the initiative after misreading Russia’s aggression, the Left must level out how the conflict for democracy in Ukraine is a part of its personal battle for world justice within the twenty first century.

Eirik HĂžyer Leivestad | Vagant/Eurozine | 21 March 2022

De Brusselse vrienden van superoligarch Oleg Deripaska

Two Brussels-based non-profit organisations occupy a outstanding place within the community of the Russian super-oligarch Oleg Deripaska. One in every of these non-profit organisations was on the centre of a money-laundering investigation that was shelved remarkably rapidly. European Commissioner Didier Reynders (MR) belongs to the ‘circle of buddies’ of this non-profit organisation.

Tom Cochez | Apache | 18 March 2022

20 days in Maroupol: The crew that documented town’s agony

AP’s reporters and photojournalist’s account on the Russian military’s assault on the Ukrainian port metropolis of Marioupol, the inhabitant’s battle and their evacuation.

Mstitslav Chernov, Lori Hinnant, Vasylisa Stepanenko | Related Press | 22 March 2022

Ucraina, neppure le bombe fermano il mercato delle madri surrogate

La seconda meta mondiale per numero di neonati commissionati da coppie committenti advert aziende che gestiscono centinaia di “mamme in affitto” cerca di tranquillizzare i clienti. Con i bunker.

Antonella Mariani | Avvenire | 12 March 2022

«Might Russian nuclear missiles be intercepted in time?»

Readers requested the NZZ editorial crew over 1,000 questions in regards to the conflict in Japanese Europe. Now we have chosen a number of and supply the solutions right here.

Andreas RĂŒesch, Reto Stauffacher | Neue ZĂŒrcher Zeitung | 17 March 2022 | EN, DE

Guerre en Ukraine : Marta et Svitlana, deux exilées entrées en résistance en Roumanie

Les deux Ukrainiennes ont fui Kherson au lancement de l’offensive russe. AprĂšs un pĂ©riple de neuf jours, elles se sont rĂ©fugiĂ©es Ă  Calarasi, dans le sud-est de la Roumanie, d’oĂč elles s’organisent pour mener la lutte.

Marie-BĂ©atrice Baudet | Le Monde | 19 March 2022

«For anybody who desires to breathe freely, life in Russia is not doable»

The combating in Ukraine is driving tens of 1000’s of Russians to depart their nation. Why? And the place are they going?

Inna Hartwich | Neue ZĂŒrcher Zeitung | 17 March 2022 | EN, DE

What do strange Russians actually take into consideration the conflict?

Surveys counsel most Russians help the usage of army drive in Ukraine. Is that this an correct image?

Ksenia Kislova, Pippa Norris | Social Europe | 17 March 2022

How the conflict in Ukraine is altering European media and journalism

To date, the largest impression of Russia’s invasion on the media panorama in Europe (and past) has been the EU-wide ban of Kremlin-backed media retailers.

David Tvrdon | The Repair | 8 March 2022

EU member states exported weapons to Russia after the 2014 embargo

Missiles, plane, rockets, torpedoes, bombs. Russia continued to purchase EU weapons till at the very least 2021. Regardless of the continued embargo, ten member states exported € 346 million price of army tools, based on public knowledge analysed by Examine Europe. A few of these weapons might be used in opposition to the Ukraine now.

Laure Brillaud, Ana Curic, Maria Maggiore, Leïla Miñano, Nico Schmidt | Examine Europe | 17 March 2022

What Does Defending Europe Imply?

Europe’s double customary on refugees, uncovered but once more by the conflict in Ukraine, is morally deaf and geopolitically dumb. One of the simplest ways Europe can defend itself is to steer different international locations that it might probably provide them higher selections than Russia or China can.

Slavoj ĆœiĆŸek | Mission Syndicate | 2 March 2022 | EN, FR, ES, DE

The western elite is stopping us from going after the property of Russia’s hyper-rich

Why has no progress been made on a world monetary registry? One easy motive: rich westerners don’t need one.

Thomas Piketty | The Guardian/Le Monde | 16 March 2022 | EN, FR

‘Individuals from my nation got here to kill me’

Yearly, 1000’s of Russians transfer to Ukraine. Putin’s invasion has turned their lives the wrong way up. 

Kristina Safonova | Meduza | 14 March 2022 | EN, RU

Timothy Snyder on the Myths That Blinded the West to Putin’s Plans

The renowed historian on Putin’s myths, Ukrainian identification and the West’s “politics of inevitability.”

Ezra Klein | The New York Occasions | 15 March 2022

The Fringe Left and Not-So-Fringe Proper

The Polish supporters of Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. There isn’t any mercy in Poland for Western public figures who supported Putin prior to now.

Adam LeszczyƄski | Visegrad Perception | 15 March 2022

Not One, the West Must Win Three Wars in Ukraine

Victory must be achieved on the bodily battlefield itself, within the data area and within the economic system.

Martin Ehl | Visegrad Perception | 14 March 2022

Ukraine : la France a livrĂ© des armes Ă  la Russie jusqu’en 2020

Entre 2015 et 2020, la France a livrĂ© des Ă©quipements militaires dernier cri Ă  la Russie. Un armement qui a permis Ă  Vladimir Poutine de moderniser sa flotte de tanks, d’avions de chasse et d’hĂ©licoptĂšres de fight, et qui pourrait ĂȘtre utilisĂ© dans la guerre en Ukraine.

Elie Guckert, Ariane Lavrilleux, Geoffrey Livolsi & Mathias Destal | Disclose | 14 March 2022

Struggle will be ended, however peace could be robust for Ukraine to swallow

Defeating Putin in long term means accepting face-saving Russian ‘victory’ in rapid time period

Gerard Toal | The Irish Occasions | 12 March 2022

Ukraine, le prix du temps

L’invasion de l’Ukraine nous a fait basculer dans un nouveau rapport au temps. D’une half le temps courtroom, oĂč des centaines de vies sont brisĂ©es ; de l’autre, le temps lengthy qui verra l’effondrement du rĂ©gime de Poutine. Entre les deux – il faut tenir.
En peu de mots, le poĂšte et traducteur AndrĂ© Markowicz dit cette pressure qui dĂ©finit aujourd’hui notre horizon.

André Markowicz | Le Grand Continent | 12 March 2022

Within the Ukraine battle, faux fact-checks are getting used to unfold disinformation

Researchers at Clemson College’s Media Forensics Hub and ProPublica recognized greater than a dozen movies that purport to debunk apparently nonexistent Ukrainian fakes.

Craig Silverman and Jeff Kao | Professional Publica | 10 March 2022

Within the Ukraine battle, faux fact-checks are getting used to unfold disinformation

Researchers at Clemson College’s Media Forensics Hub and ProPublica recognized greater than a dozen movies that purport to debunk apparently nonexistent Ukrainian fakes.

Craig Silverman and Jeff Kao | Professional Publica | 10 March 2022

Why Putin is beholden to Stalin’s legacy

The Russian president has embraced the Soviet cult of worry and management. His invasion of Ukraine is a colossal gamble to safe his place in historical past.

Simon Sebag Montefiore | New Statesman | 9 March 2022

“Sanctioning oil and fuel will grow to be crucial”: What the Struggle in Ukraine Means for the EU

The invasion of Ukraine has reshaped European politics in a matter of days. The European Union has imposed unprecedented monetary sanctions on Russia but commerce in oil and fuel continues to move. Is vitality the subsequent step and, if that’s the case, are nuclear and coal again on the desk? With Russia advancing and the USA absent, are we set to see an actual push for a European military? We focus on key questions for the EU with economist Shahin VallĂ©e.

Shahin Vallée | Inexperienced European Journal | 10 March 2022

How Vladimir Putin Introduced the West Collectively

The Ukraine conflict is uniting the West – politically, militarily, morally. However what is going to the world’s democracies do with this newfound unity? Can they reach stopping additional escalation?

Markus Becker, Georg Fahrion, Katharina Graça Peters, Ralf Neukirch, René Pfister, Maximilian Popp, Jan Puhl, Britta Sandberg, Lina Verschwele, Bernhard Zand | Der Spiegel | 4 March 2022


Une entrĂ©e en guerre de l’UE aux cĂŽtĂ©s de l’Ukraine est-elle doable ?

La guerre russe en Ukraine est un Ă©vĂ©nement puissant en ce qu’il contient sa dynamique propre. Ce qui arrive tient davantage Ă  l’enchaĂźnement des faits qu’à des causes prĂ©existantes.

Or, ce qui se passe incite Ă  imaginer un fait jusqu’alors inenvisageable et inenvisagé : Ă  savoir que l’ensemble des pays de l’Union europĂ©enne pourraient collectivement entrer en guerre contre un adversaire commun.

Sylvain Kahn | The Dialog FR | 7 March 2022

“An data darkish age”: Russia’s new “faux information” legislation has outlawed most impartial journalism there

“Army censorship in Russia has rapidly moved into a brand new section
the specter of legal prosecution of each journalists and residents who unfold details about army hostilities that’s completely different from the press releases of the Ministry of Protection.”

Joshua Benton | Nieman Lab | 7 March 2022

Putin is Evil, Not Mentally Ailing, a Psychological Clarification

The west’s makes an attempt to rationalise Moscow’s strikes miss the purpose — Interview with Roman Kechur: ‘He’s a colossus on clay ft. Putin will do a number of different evil issues. This may kill extra folks. However the verdict has already been handed. And it is going to be applied quickly sufficient.’

Volodymyr Semkiv | Visegrad Perception | 4 March 2022


Wir haben doch alle kaum eine Ahnung

In der westlichen Welt hört man offenbar nicht richtig zu: Der postsowjetische Raum conflict und ist nicht friedlich – damit er es werden kann, mĂŒssen wir dringend ĂŒber unsere Vergangenheit sprechen. 

Olga Grjasnova | Der Spiegel | 2 March 2022

We should confront Russian propaganda – even when it comes from these we respect

The grim fact is that for years, a small a part of the ‘anti-imperialist’ left has been recycling Vladimir Putin’s falsehoods

George Monbiot | The Guardian | 2 March 2022

„Die naheliegendste Analogie sind die Jahre 1938/39“

Es ist Tag acht im russischen Krieg gegen die Ukraine. Aber ist es nur Wladimir Putins Krieg? Bei aller Ohnmacht mĂŒssen alle jetzt herausfinden, wo die eigene Verantwortung liegt – und was nötig ist, um weiter mit sich leben und in den Spiegel schauen zu können.

Swetlana Reiter, Grigori Judin | DEKODER | 1 March 2022


From shock remedy to Putin’s conflict

Putin is alone chargeable for the conflict in Ukraine however outstanding westerners performed a key function in Russia’s post-Soviet trajectory.

Katharina Pistor | Social Europe | 1 March 2022

Russia’s conflict

When conflict turns into a actuality, time is of the essence. Gradual political responses elevate questions on underlying causes for reluctance. And as Russia wages conflict on Ukraine, how the scenario is described at distance additionally issues. How can Putin’s place be pulled again from the black gap of media and political acquiescence?

Mykola Riabchuk | Eurozine | 27 February 2022

Sofort TrÀnen in meinen Augen

“Ich schĂ€me mich”, schreibt ein russischer Kommentator, und das trifft mich, weil er plötzlich etwas benennt, was ich auch in mir spĂŒre. Obwohl ich elf Jahre alt conflict, als ich Russland verließ. 

Lena Gorelik | Der Spiegel | 25 February 2022

Past the fog of conflict: books to assist us perceive the invasion of Ukraine

From Ukrainian historical past to Putin’s kleptocracy and Gogol’s tales, creator and former Russia correspondent Oliver Bullough chooses the most effective titles.

Oliver Bullough | The Guardian | 4 March 2022

In English

Remark Chypre et les Pays-Bas protĂšgent la Russie des sanctions mondiales

Les statistiques de la banque centrale de Russie montrent Ă  quel level les paradis fiscaux europĂ©ens sont au cƓur de l’argent opaque russe. Ce qui plombe l’efficacitĂ© des sanctions prises Ă  l’encontre des oligarques russes.

Christian Chavagneux | Alternate options Economiques | 3 March 2022

In French 

The Wars in Bosnia and Ukraine: Can We Study from Sarajevo?

Vladimir Putin’s conflict in opposition to Ukraine ought to make the West pay extra consideration to the divisive and damaging political video games being performed by nationalist leaders in up to date Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Nicolas Moll | Balkan Perception | 3 March 2022

In English, Albanian and Bosnian

You’ll be able to’t silence us Russia’s president will lose, too, when the nation’s free press is gone

We’re publishing this textual content whereas there’s nonetheless time for us to mark the start of yet one more historic improvement: Russia has formally launched state censorship. What will we imply by “nonetheless time”? Inside a number of days, perhaps even right now, it’s doable that there might be no impartial media left in Russia. Very quickly, it’s doable that anybody in Russia looking for data from the “enemy voices” of impartial sources might want to make the identical efforts as those that lived behind the Iron Curtain.

Meduza | 3 March 2022

In English

Struggle introduced Vladimir Putin to energy in 1999. Now, it should deliver him down

Putin believed he may invade Ukraine as a result of all the things we did not do during the last 22 years taught him that we’re weak.

Jonathan Littell | The Guardian, Le Monde, Ukrainska Pravda | 3 March 2022

In English, French, Russian, Ukrainian

« Le bilan de Poutine Ă  la tĂȘte de la Russie est une longue descente aux enfers d’un pays dont il a fait un agresseur »

Pour rendre Ă  la Russie son statut de grande puissance militaire, le chef du Kremlin a sacrifiĂ© tout le reste. Il rĂšgne aujourd’hui sur une Ă©conomie bloquĂ©e et un pays en guerre dont il a Ă©touffĂ© l’innovation et la crĂ©ativitĂ©, observe dans sa chronique Sylvie Kauffmann, Ă©ditorialiste au « Monde ».

Sylvie Kauffmann | Le Monde | 3 March 2022

In French

AsĂ­ rima la guerra de Ucrania en la historia: volver a 1709 para entender la invasiĂłn de hoy

VladĂ­mir Putin quiere recuperar las tierras originales de la Rus de Kiev, Bielorrusia y Ucrania. La primera estĂĄ en camino, pero Ucrania lucha como ya lo hizo hace tres siglos.

Argemino Barro | El Confidencial  | 2 MArch 2022

En español

What’s Belarus’s function in Russia’s invasion of Ukraine?

To the West, Lukashenka hopes to look neutral; to Putin, he hopes to look a loyal ally. Juggling each is backfiring.

Igor Ilyash |OopenDemocracy | 2 March 2022

In English

Maintain Ukraine’s media going

Help impartial Ukrainian information retailers. They’ve proven extraordinary braveness, however the actuality on the bottom is that almost all operations can’t proceed from Ukraine alone. This fundraiser on GoFundMe is geared toward serving to media relocate, set-up again places of work and proceed their operations from neighbouring international locations.

Dåvid Tvrdoƈ | The Repair | 1 March 2022

In English

Russie, Europe et or noir sous fond de guerre – Hashtag PFUE avec Anna Creti

L’invasion de l’Ukraine soulĂšve la dĂ©licate query de la dĂ©pendance Ă©nergĂ©tique europĂ©enne, en particulier vis-Ă -vis du gaz et du pĂ©trole russe.

CĂ©cile Dauguet | Euradio | 1 March 2022

in French

From shock remedy to Putin’s conflict

Putin is alone chargeable for the conflict in Ukraine however outstanding westerners performed a key function in Russia’s post-Soviet trajectory.

Katharina Pistor | Social Europe | 1 March 2022

In English

The Return of the Brezhnev Doctrine

Regardless of the warnings, the invasion of Ukraine took the world without warning. For a lot of, Ukraine was assumed to be a bargaining chip in a wider geopolitical sport. What this view tragically ignored was the central place of Ukraine in Vladimir Putin’s worldview and the for much longer historical past of Russian imperialism.

Richard Robert | Inexperienced European Journal | 1 March 2022

In English

L’Europa apre le porte ai profughi ucraini

“C’erano bombe giorno e notte, carri armati per strada”. Ha il viso segnato dalla stanchezza, ancora fatica a parlare quando ripensa alle sirene e alle urla che l’hanno svegliata la mattina che Kiev, la sua cittĂ , Ăš stata bombardata. Ha detto ai genitori che non poteva piĂč sopportare quella paura: Ăš un’ossessione che ancora la immobilizza, anche adesso che Ăš in salvo.

Annalisa Camilli | Internazionale | 28 February 2022

In Italian

Putin’s worrying defeat

Putin is on the ropes. That is as worrying as it’s pleasing, since he’ll cease at nothing to attempt to regain management, however we should already take into consideration the brand new relations that we may suggest to post-Putin Russia.

Bernard Guetta | 28 February 2022

In English and in French.

Le jour oĂč la politique Ă©trangĂšre allemande a changĂ©

Le dimanche 27 fĂ©vrier 2022, l’Allemagne est entrĂ©e dans une nouvelle Ăšre. Pour la premiĂšre fois traduit en français, nous donnons Ă  lire le discours historique d’Olaf Scholz devant le Bundestag.

Matheo Malik | Le Grand Continent | 28 February 2022

In French

Sanctions on Russia are probably revolutionary

Sanctions on the Central Financial institution of Russia are pivotal. They may solely work if complemented by oil and fuel rationing.

Shahin Vallée | Geoeconomics | 27 February 2022

In English

‘Simply in need of nuclear’: the most recent monetary sanctions will cripple Russia’s economic system

Denying Russia’s central financial institution entry to its offshore reserves threatens hyperinflation, a recession and large unemployment.

Steven Hamilton | The Dialog | 27 February 2022

In English

Russia’s conflict

When conflict turns into a actuality, time is of the essence. Gradual political responses elevate questions on underlying causes for reluctance. And as Russia wages conflict on Ukraine, how the scenario is described at distance additionally issues. How can Putin’s place be pulled again from the black gap of media and political acquiescence?

Mykola Riabchuk | Desk Russie | 27 February 2022

In English

Pourquoi Poutine a déjà perdu la guerre

CoĂ»t de la victoire militaire, bourbier de l’occupation, renforcement de l’OTAN, isolement de la Russie, dĂ©stabilisation de Poutine en interne… L’invasion de l’Ukraine sera, quelle qu’en soit l’challenge, une guerre perdante. 

Jean-Baptiste JeangĂšne Vilmer | Le Grand Continent | 27 February 2022

In French, German, Italian, Polish and Spanish

A letter to the Western Left from Kyiv

The ‘anti-imperialism of idiots’ meant folks turned a blind eye to Russia’s actions.

Taras Bilous | openDemocracy | 25 February 2022

In English, Spanish

Not about NATO

It was solely after the annexation of Crimea in 2014 that NATO broke off cooperation with Russia. Till then, Ukrainians themselves had been largely in opposition to NATO membership. To border NATO as a safety risk to Russia caters to Kremlin propaganda.

Mariia Shynkarenko | Eurozine | 23 February 2022

In English

Documenting and Debunking Doubtful Footage from Ukraine’s Frontlines

As Russia’s army escalation in and round Ukraine continues apace, quite a lot of questionable movies and claims have appeared on social media and in Russian state media retailers. All seem to counsel Ukrainian aggression close to the nation’s border with Russia and two self-declared republics (occupied areas controversially recognised by Russia earlier this week) within the east of the nation.

But as many researchers and journalists have identified, there was little stable proof to help lots of the claims which have been made to this point. In some circumstances, open supply data even seems to contradict what has been acknowledged.

Bellingcat | 23 February 2022

In English

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