The United States and European allies remain steadfast in their support for Ukraine’s independence and sovereignty.
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Biden at U.N.: Partnering for a freer, more just world [September 26, 2022]
President Biden told the U.N. that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “brutal, needless war” against Ukraine violated the clear intent of the U.N. Charter.
These Americans helped Russians improve their English [September 19, 2022]
Meet three experienced English instructors in the U.S. who recently virtually taught teachers and students in Russia.
Exposing human rights abuses associated with Russia’s filtration operations in Ukraine [September 12, 2022]
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield urged the United Nations to act on Russia’s filtration sites in Ukraine.
Kremlin plans sham referendums to annex parts of Ukraine [September 7, 2022]
Moscow is rolling out a version of the same playbook it used in 2014 when Russia invaded Crimea and later held staged elections.
Ukrainian grain reaches Africa with U.S. assistance [September 1, 2022]
The United Nations and the U.S. government are working to ensure that Ukrainian grain reaches people who need it the most.
Faces of Kremlin propaganda: Margarita Simonyan [August 31, 2022]
This installment in a series looks at Margarita Simonyan. She leads a Russian state-funded media outlet because of her loyalty to Putin.
Report: Russia’s filtration operations violate international humanitarian law [August 30, 2022]
A new report from Yale’s Humanitarian Research Lab describes potential human rights abuses committed by Russian soldiers against Ukrainians.
Famed U.S. ‘Nazi hunter’ now investigates war crimes in Ukraine [August 29, 2022]
Eli Rosenbaum is coordinating U.S. efforts to hold accountable those responsible for war crimes in Ukraine. Learn more about him.
Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine at 6 months [August 22, 2022]
Ukraine celebrates its national independence day August 24 as Russia’s full-scale invasion reaches a grim six-month milestone.
International sanctions are working: Russia feels economic pressure [August 16, 2022]
Putin’s war against Ukraine prompted sanctions and business withdrawals. Those actions are taking a toll on Russia’s economy.
Russia continues its quest to erase Ukraine’s culture, identity [August 8, 2022]
Russian President Vladimir Putin is trying to impose Russian cultural, economic and citizenship standards upon Ukrainian citizens.
Russia falsely claims attacks don’t target Ukrainian civilians [August 3, 2022]
Russian shelling has hit Ukrainians in their homes, hospitals and theaters as well as children in the streets.
Putin’s latest crackdown on dissent and information [July 27, 2022]
Russians who criticize the war in Ukraine are facing prosecution and isolation. Find out more about Russia’s campaign of suppression.
This article is being updated periodically during each month and published in segments. See updates for June and July, April and May and February and March 2022.