Opinion  /  Published 09.03.22

New Churn: United Europe

Russia’s president, Vladimir Putin, has repeatedly argued that he wants to rewrite Europe’s security architecture. That is now happening, two weeks after his troops invaded Ukraine —...
By The Editorial Board

World  /  Published 08.03.22

Race to arm Ukraine

On a snowy tarmac at Amari Air Base in northern Estonia on Sunday morning, pallets of rifles, ammunition and other weapons were being loaded onto one of the largest cargo planes in the world, an Anton...
By David E. Sanger, Eric Schmitt, Helene Cooper, Julian E. Barnes, Kenneth P. Vogel

World  /  Published 07.03.22

Bulgaria torn between Russia and West

Each year on March 3 Bulgaria celebrates "Liberation Day,” marking the end of Ottoman rule after the Russo-Ottoman War of 1877-78. The commemoration is a sign of the historically close ties...
By Deutsche Welle

World  /  Published 07.03.22

'No weapons, still resisting'

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine, frustrated by the failure of Nato to impose a no-fly zone over the country, once again implored his citizens on Sunday to resist the Russian invasion. Their sp...
By Marc Santora in Lviv, Ukraine

World  /  Published 07.03.22

Alert on seizure of hydro-power dam

The Ukrainian military warned on Sunday morning that Russian forces advancing north towards Kyiv could be moving to seize the dam of a key hydroelectric power station. The threat to the Kaniv hydroel...
By Marc Santora in Lviv, Ukraine


World  /  Published 07.03.22

Israel talks ‘moral duty’

Israel will continue trying to mediate between Russia and Ukraine even if success seems unlikely, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Sunday after returning from surprise talks with Russian Preside...
By Reuters in Jerusalem

World  /  Published 07.03.22

Why Nato is balking at no-fly-zone appeals

President Volodymyr Zelensky and others have called for Nato to impose a no-fly zone over Ukraine to counter the threat from Russian military aircraft. For now, Nato leaders have said they aren’...
By Austin Ramzy

World  /  Published 06.03.22

Nato rushes ammo to Ukraine

Near Ukraine’s Border: Some 14 wide-bodied aircraft transported a bristling array of Javelin anti-tank missiles, rocket launchers, guns and ammunition to an airfield near Ukraine’s border ...
By Helene Cooper, Eric Schmitt

Opinion  /  Published 05.03.22

War: Bhagavad Gita for advice

He had a pet wolf called Boris, named after the former Russian president, Boris Yeltsin. Evgeny’s father, Alexander Lebedev, was once a KGB officer. ...
By Amit Roy

World  /  Published 04.03.22

EU plans stricter sanctions

The European Union will step up sanctions against Russia, foreign ministers gathered in Brussels said on Friday, but they resisted Kyiv's calls for military action that would risk dragging the NAT...
By Reuters in Brussels


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