Russian Separatist Leaders Call for Able-Bodied Men to Take Up Arms
Denis Pushlin, who heads the self-proclaimed People's Republic of Donetsk, called for "all men able to hold a rifle to come to the defense of their land."
In Savchenko, Putin Is Making a Ukrainian Martyr
If Russia is not at war with Ukraine, why is Nadiya Savchenko on trial for her life?
Ukraine's Uneasy Truce a Tinderbox Ready to Ignite
Russian-separatist forces attacked Ukrainian positions more than 50 times on February 1 alone.
Ukraine Should Not Repay This Odious Debt to Russia
$3 billion is chump change for Putin, but payment could drive Ukraine into an acute currency crisis.
Putin's War: Kiev Protests Reflect Frustration With War Strategy
A vote on more autonomy for the eastern regions occupied by pro-Russian forces sparks violence.
Putin's War: Regular and Volunteer Ukrainian Troops Vie in Mariupol
Members of the battle-hardened Azov battalion are feeling sidelined.
Four Ways the West Could Counter Putin in Ukraine
Putin's threat of a "big war" should be met with sanctions, and military and financial aid.
Putin's War: Front-line Residents Discover Churchill's Defiant Spirit
Russian-backed artillery bombardment of Sartana, Ukraine, spurs the mayor to visit the library for inspiration.
Putin's War: Death of Daniel, 19-Year-Old Ukrainian Patriot
'The notion that there is, or ever was, a cease-fire in eastern Ukraine is a farce.'
Putin's War: Pro-Russians Fire Rockets and Shells into Mariupol
Putin-backed forces appear to be trying to encircle the city, which stands on the road to Crimea.
Ukraine Says Pro-Russia Rebels Are Building a Dirty Bomb
The pro-Russian separatists have access to a radioactive bunker. Kiev fears they plan to weaponize it.
Putin Tries to Unsettle Ukraine With Fake Demonstrations
Russian TV has been exaggerating small separatist protests to suggest that Ukraine is disintegrating.
Ukraine Must Be Armed to Counter Putin's Advance
What has repeatedly encouraged Putin to continue his invasion of Ukraine is weakness and bluff.
Poroshenko Denies Reforms Will Give Separatist Ukraine Regions Special Status
Donetsk rebels have dismissed the president's proposal as "Kiev trickery."
Putin Explores Legal Loopholes to Take Back the Baltic Nations
By deeming the old Soviet Union's ceding of the Baltics and Ukraine illegal, Putin hopes to unsettle Europe.
Ukraine: Is the Retreat of Russian-Backed Rebels for Real?
Combined Russian-separatist forces have withdrawn from Shyrokyne. But Mariupol residents remain wary.
How Putin Ignited a Civil War in Ukraine
The forces fighting in Ukraine are usually described as "Russian-backed separatist forces." "Separatist-backed Russian forces" would be more accurate.
Putin Cracks Down on U.S. Press Reporting Russian Involvement in Ukraine
Russia's Foreign Ministry bans U.S. Vice reporter Simon Ostrovsky from working in Russia.
Ukraine: Pro-Russian Artillery Barrage Shatters Cease-Fire
Attack puts pressure on G7 leaders meeting this weekend to tighten the sanctions against Putin and his oligarchs.
Raising a 'Russian Rebel Army' to Overthrow Putin
In Ukraine, exiled dissidents form a Russian government in exile.
Fears of New Offensive as Putin 'Ramps up Pressure' on Ukraine
U.S. and Ukrainian official have both reported that both Russian troops and weaponry are gathering on the border.
Crisis in Ukraine Leads To A Spike In Domestic Violence
Soldiers with untreated post-traumatic stress disorder are reportedly partly responsible, say NGOs.
Millions of Ukrainian Children at Risk From New Epidemics
Vaccination rates have fallen dramatically in the last few years, and the conflict is making things worse.
Violence Escalates in East Ukraine Ahead of Talks
Kiev claims separatist rebels using heavy weapons banned under ceasefire as one killed and six wounded in clashes.
Why a Russian Is Fighting for Ukraine
"There are more of us. Putin is afraid of a Russian Maidan."
Putin's Ukraine War Is About Founding a New Russian Empire
He aims to overthrow the entire post-Cold War order in Europe.
Wesley Clark: Putin Plans Spring Offensive in Ukraine
Former NATO chief urges U.S. to send "lethal aid" to Kiev.
The Ukraine Invasion Has Slipped Beyond Putin's Control
The Russian president is struggling to please both hawks and doves in the Kremlin.
Ukraine's Military Reports Significant Decrease in Fighting
The military said a truce had been most fully observed around the rebel-controlled city of Luhansk and near government-held Mariupol on the Sea of Azov.
Ukrainian Separatists Take Two Villages in Push on Key Port
The ceasefire agreed in Minsk last week is now on the brink of total collapse as the rebels advance on Mariupol.