From William Horsley, 14 May 2022 February 24 was a fateful day for world peace as President Putin staked his own and Russia’s future on an […]Read more
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will have larger and longer strategic impacts than the 2001 Al Quaeda 9/11 attacks in the USA, says Ed Arnold. It […]Read more
More than 5 million Ukrainians have been forced to leave their homeland since Russia’s invasion on February 24. Journalists Oana Moisil in Romania, Gÿorgy Folk […]Read more
The long Russian assault on Mariupol has been a major focus of attention in the war on Ukraine with countless stories of missile, bomb and […]Read more
What is it like reporting from Mariupol, besieged and occupied by Russian forces? The Council of Europe co-organized a live webstream on March 31 with […]Read more
Keir Giles, an expert on Russian security issues, predicts the war in Ukraine will most likely end when Russia declares victory on the basis of […]Read more
As Vladimir Putin pursues his invasion of Ukraine and journalists remain highly vulnerable, William Horsley, AEJ media freedom representative and UK chairman, writes:Read more
The AEJ’s Tony Robinson, former FT correspondent in Moscow, Rome and east European editor, has this look at some lessons from Russian imperialism. Russian imperialism […]Read more
What is the future for Putin, Russia, and global relations?The AEJ’s Tony Robinson, former FT correspondent in Moscow, Rome and east European editor, has this […]Read more
What will be the consequences for global energy supplies of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine?
And can Europe survive without massive imports of Russian gas and oil?
The AEJ’s Chris Cragg has this analysis. Chris is an experienced writer on energy and climate change who has worked for 30 years for FT Energy and other specialist publications.
The AEJ’s Tony Robinson, former FT correspondent in Moscow, Rome and east European editor, has this look past the current fighting in Ukraine. Out of […]Read more