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The War in Ukraine at Six Months: Essential Reading
What you should read to make sense of what’s happening in Ukraine, and what Russia’s invasion means for the world.
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It has now been six months since Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022. Since then, tens of thousands of soldiers and civilians have been killed and millions more people displaced in a brutal war that has upended international politics. Stay informed with this curated guide to the best reporting and analysis about the unfolding conflict. Plus, resources for understanding the historical and global context of the war in Ukraine. Updated: 8/25/22, 5 p.m. ET
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It has been six months since Russian forces swept into Ukraine. This is what the conflict looks like for the combatants, and to a worried continent trying to maintain solidarity.
Ukraine is trying to push back Russian forces in the south while Russian troops continue to advance in the east.
Six months after Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine, and with no end to the conflict in sight, The Associated Press revisited 12-year-old Danyk Rak as well as a police officer and an Orthodox priest whose lives have been upended by war.
Looking at the war’s impact, far beyond the front lines.
Russia invaded Ukraine six months ago. In that time, thousands of people have been killed, cities destroyed, millions of people displaced and the Ukrainian economy has been battered.
Ukrainians share the heartache of leaving their homeland to start new lives and uncertainty over their next steps
This account is based on interviews with more than 100 people, including President Volodymyr Zelensky and his advisers, Ukrainian military commanders, and volunteer militiamen.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is the biggest military mobilization in Europe since World War II. Here’s a guide to how it came about, and what’s at stake for Russia, the U.S. and NATO.
Serhii Plokhy, Professor of Ukrainian History at Harvard University, recommends books to better understand the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, from an introductory work by an eminent historian to the latest work of some of Ukraine's leading novelists.