• Russia targets Ukraine’s hospitals

    Anthony Zwi     |      March 19, 2022

    The barbarity of Russia’s deliberate attacks on Ukraine’s hospitals is matched only by its army’s desperation as their wretched invasion stalls.

  • The real leader of the free world

    Karrin Vasby Anderson     |      March 18, 2022

    Speaking from his nation’s besieged capital of Kyiv, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a powerful appeal to a joint session of the U.S. Congress, underlining his growing status as the defacto leader of the free world.

  • Russia’s brutal recent history shows its blueprint for Ukraine

    Nicole Jackson     |      March 18, 2022

    Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is merely the latest step in its remorseless suppression of internal debate, brutal crushing of separatist movements and piecemeal invasion of its neighbours over the last twenty years.

  • Russia steps up attacks on women and children

    Maris Rowe-McCulloch     |      March 17, 2022

    As the West stands by and does nothing, Russian attacks on women and children in Ukraine are intensifying, as Putin tries to suppress national resistance to his faltering invasion.

  • Cyberwar – the battle to keep Ukraine online

    Simon Angus     |      March 17, 2022

    Russia has done all it can to block Ukrainian voices on the internet, but the mass of real-time content streamed around the world by Ukraine’s citizen reporters has united and galvanised the world’s response to Russia’s savage invasion.

  • We must fight for Ukraine

    Kevin James     |      March 16, 2022

    International outrage and economic sanctions have not made Putin rethink his murderous invasion of Europe’s largest country. It’s time for the West to back up its words and good intentions with actions and fight to save Ukraine.

  • Russia’s big brother

    Mark Satta     |      March 16, 2022

    The violence unleashed on the people of Ukraine by Vladimir Putin is matched only by his utter disregard for truth in his justifications for war.

  • Russia pays the price of war

    Renaud Foucart     |      March 15, 2022

    International sanctions have placed Russia on the verge of bankruptcy, but Putin cares as little about the economic suffering of his people as he does about the misery he is inflicting on the people of Ukraine.

  • Murder in uniform

    Graeme Dobell     |      March 15, 2022

    Heartbreaking images of Putin’s war in Ukraine are circulating around Russia as well as the rest of the world. If Putin grinds on, the smartphone war may just deliver regime change in Russia rather than Ukraine.

  • Dumb bombs and rust

    James Dwyer     |      March 14, 2022

    The incompetence of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine shows how easily a determined NATO response with modern, motivated and well-led armed forces could have saved millions from Russia’s lumbering reign of terror.

  • A tale of two thugs

    Adam Simpson     |      March 14, 2022

    The Russian invasion of Ukraine and the military coup in Myanmar 12 months ago appear very different conflicts, but both are calamitous strategic mistakes directed by autocratic leaders who surrounded themselves with yes-men while the world around them changed.

  • Russia in the dock over war crimes

    Monique Cormier     |      March 13, 2022

    Russia has displayed its contempt for international law by its murderous invasion of Ukraine, but international courts are already gearing up to bring Russian war criminals to justice, however symbolic their deliberations may be.