The United States and European allies remain steadfast in their support for Ukraine’s independence and sovereignty.
See updates for January–March 2023.
30 years of continued U.S. assistance under the FREEDOM Support Act [December 20, 2022]
Learn about the lasting impact of a 1992 law called the Freedom for Russia and Emerging Eurasian Democracies and Open Markets Act.
Countries rally to help Ukraine through the winter [December 19, 2022]
Partner nations are rushing to repair Ukraine’s electricity grid as Russia’s military attacks civilian infrastructure and temperatures drop.
Holding Russia to account for its atrocities in Ukraine [December 13, 2022]
The United States supports international efforts to investigate and examine atrocities in Ukraine and to bring perpetrators to justice.
Russia’s playbook to gain influence [December 5, 2022]
Learn about the tactics Russia has used to recapture influence in neighboring territories that had been part of the Soviet Union.
Working to keep electricity on in Ukraine [December 1, 2022]
The United States is working with Ukraine to keep power running this winter amid Vladimir Putin’s attacks on critical infrastructure.
A program for the world’s hungry [November 25, 2022]
David Beasley, who leads the largest humanitarian organization on the planet, explains why feeding vulnerable people, including those in Ukraine, fights more than hunger.
They rush into any crisis … and cook [November 23, 2022]
World Central Kitchen has been feeding people in crisis since 2010. Learn about the work the nonprofit does in Ukraine and beyond.
Life in Russia-occupied Ukraine [November 23, 2022]
Ukrainians are trying to rebuild their lives after Russia’s attempts to erase their independent traditions and control their borders.
Putin’s war sabotages Russia’s energy future [November 16, 2022]
Learn how the Kremlin’s war against Ukraine is driving global economic changes that are harming Russia’s energy outlook.
U.N. deal to transport Ukrainian grain helps the hungry [November 10, 2022]
An initiative that has helped deliver Ukrainian grain to the world and lower food prices is working and should continue, the U.S. said.
$100 million U.S. initiative boosts Ukrainian agriculture [October 26, 2022]
Learn more about a USAID program that helps get Ukrainian farmers and the country’s agricultural sector moving again.
Meet the watchdogs guarding internet access [October 25, 2022]
When authoritarian regimes block the internet, these organizations expose the restrictions against free expression.
Tons of Ukrainian grain shipped via U.N. Black Sea initiative [October 20, 2022]
The U.N.’s Black Sea Grain Initiative is helping deliver more Ukrainian grain and food products to countries. Learn more about the program.
Russia’s efforts to annex parts of Ukraine denounced worldwide [October 4, 2022]
The U.S. and other countries said they will never recognize Russia’s illegal and illegitimate annexation of parts of Ukraine.
More Ukrainian grain reaching developing countries [September 29, 2022]
Find out which countries are getting Ukrainian grain and other food products via the U.N.’s Black Sea Grain Initiative.
How conflicts fuel the food crisis [September 27, 2022]
This installment in a series looks at how global conflict is among factors driving the global food crisis.
This article is being updated periodically during each month and published in segments. See updates for August and September, June and July, April and May and February and March 2022.