Conflict in Ukraine: The Monitor's full coverage

For the second time since 2014, Russian troops have moved into Ukrainian territory. This historic conflict raises significant questions about sovereignty, rule of law, identity, trust, and the future of European unity.

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Finding Resilience in Ukraine
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The world has been inspired by the depth of resistance and resilience in Ukraine. In this hour-long discussion, Monitor editors and the reporters who have been covering the conflict from inside Ukraine take a closer look at Ukraine’s remarkable and cohesive response to resist the Russian assault. Through the conflict, you will see – and be lifted – by the “sparks in the darkness.” And we explore how people and countries around the world are responding with aid and what you can do to help.

For Ukrainian economy, westward tilt has grown since 2005 revolution

To solve Russia’s war crimes, Ukraine casts a wide digital net

Ukrainian Orthodox Church says follow the gospel, not Putin

Not the usual teenage dreams: Ukraine students seek future amid war

The Explainer

When does atrocity rise to the level of genocide?

Difference Maker

How ‘Angel of Vorzel’ rescued Ukrainians trapped behind Russian lines

Russia and the NATO it didn’t want: A disaster, or ‘no problem’?

As youth anti-war sentiment persists, Russia pushes patriotism at school

Poland given pass on rights violations because of Ukraine war role

Russian info war matches its land war: Loud, but unsophisticated

Focus

Finland, NATO, and the changing calculus of European defense

Why American veterans are dropping everything to train Ukrainians