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Guerra na Ucrânia
21 | Fevereiro | 2022

O aumento de forças militares russas na fronteira com a Ucrânia tem significado um aumento das tensões com os Estados Unidos e os aliados da NATO. A Rússia, com o apoio da China, exige o fim da expansão da NATO. Multiplicam-se os esforços diplomáticos para evitar a escalada das tensões.

 



Recursos
| Opiniões & Análises | Editoriais | Notícias

 

Recursos
Joint Statement of the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China on the International Relations Entering a New Era and the Global Sustainable Development [04/02/2022]
Kremlin

Anti-Russian Sanctions [28/01/2022]
Levada Center

Infographic: Military capabilities of Russia and Ukraine [25/01/2022]
Al Jazeera

The Stakes of Russian Aggression for Ukraine and Beyond [20/01/2022]
Antony J. Blinken, US Department of State

Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov’s remarks and answers to media questions at a news conference on Russia’s foreign policy performance in 2021 [14/01/2022]
Sergey Lavrov, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

Agora CNN (1:45:20-1:51:10) [12/01/2022]
Sónia Sénica, CNN Portugal

Background Press Call by Senior Administration Officials on Russia [23/12/2021]
White House

IRI Ukraine Poll Shows Support for EU/NATO Membership, Concerns over Economy and Vaccines for COVID-19 [17/12/2021]
IRI

Opiniões & Análises
Will there be a “Munich Moment” in the Russia-Ukraine crisis? [19/02/2022]
Thomas S. Warrick, Atlantic Council

Here’s What Joe Biden Is Offering To Russia To End The Ukraine Crisis [18/02/2022]
Sebastien Roblin, 1945

Russian Hybrid Threats Report: Evacuations begin in Ukrainian breakaway regions [18/02/2022]
Atlantic Council

Russia’s Losing Hand in Ukraine [18/02/2022]
Seth G. Jones, Philip G. Wasielewski & Joseph S. Bermudez Jr., CSIS

Putin Cannot Erase Ukraine: No Russian Invasion Can Undo Ukrainian Nationhood [17/02/2022]
Maria Popova & Oxana Shevel, Foreign Affairs

Ukraine envoy says Putin will not give up [17/02/2022]
Brendan Nicholson, The Strategist

Twenty questions (and expert answers) about what’s happening with Ukraine and Russia [17/02/2022]
AA.VV., Atlantic Council

Ukraine’s History Is Filled With War, Blood And Death [17/02/2022]
Robert Farley, 1945

The Less Said About NATO and Ukraine, the Better: Neither Membership nor Neutrality Is the Answer [16/02/2022]
Stephen Sestanovich, Foreign Affairs

Clausewitz ha regressado [16/02/2022]
Lluís Bassets, El País

Scholz holds his ground in Putin’s den [16/02/2022]
Constanze Stelzenmüller, Financial Times

Russia: mock de-escalation around Ukraine [16/02/2022]
Andrzej Wilk, OSW

The view from Ukraine: What happens if war breaks out tomorrow? [15/02/2022]
Vitaliy Deynega, Atlantic Council

América Latina en la crisis de Ucrania: un convidado de piedra dentro de la estrategia de la Rusia de Putin [15/02/2022]
Carlos Malamud, Mira Milosevich-Juaristi & Rogelio Núñez Castellano, Elcano

The Risk of Nuclear Disaster in Ukraine [14/02/2022]
Bennett Ramberg, Project Syndicate

Ucrania y el equilibrio de poder: un análisis inter-regional [14/02/2022]
Luis Simón, Elcano

Emmanuel Macron’s Overtures to Vladimir Putin, and the Race to Prevent War in Ukraine [11/02/2022]
Fabrice Robinet, The New Yorker

Pourquoi l'Ukraine est importante pour la Russie : le facteur démographique [11/02/2022]
Bruno Tertrais, Institut Montaigne

Russia’s joint exercise with Belarus reveals what a Ukraine invasion would look like [11/02/2022]
Tyson Wetzel, Atlantic Council

Why the U.S. Ramped Up Its Information War with Russia [10/02/2022]
Max Boot, CFR

What will China do if Russia escalates in Ukraine? [10/02/2022]
Katherine Walla, Atlantic Council

The crisis of European security: What Europeans think about the war in Ukraine [09/02/2022]
Ivan Krastev & Mark Leonard, ECFR

Can US sanctions against Russia strike a blow without blowback? [09/02/2022]
David Uren, The Strategist

Would Russians Embrace War? [09/02/2022]
Andrei Kolesnikov, Foreign Affairs

Hungarian government embraces Russian cooperation in spite of possible war in Ukraine [09/02/2022]
Soso Chachanidze, New Eastern Europe

Ukraine’s President Beset on All Sides Amid Fears of Russian Attack [09/02/2022]
Konstantin Skorkin, Carnegie Moscow Center

No, Russia will not invade Ukraine [09/02/2022]
Harun Yilmaz, Al Jazeera

How Putin Turned Religion’s ‘Sharp Power’ Against Ukraine [09/02/2022]
Peter Mandaville, USIP

Russia Crisis Military Assessment: What would a ground offensive against Ukraine look like? Watch the skies. [09/02/2022]
Atlantic Council

Belarus and the Showdown Over Ukraine [08/02/2022]
Grigory Ioffe, Eurasia Daily Monitor

Is an Invasion of Ukraine Imminent? [08/02/2022]
George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures

China ante Ucrania: evitar que la OTAN se inmiscuya en el Indo-Pacífico [08/02/2022]
Andrés Ortega, Elcano

Moscow Security Experts Say Any Russian Invasion of Ukraine Will Not Be a Cake Walk [08/02/2022]
Paul Goble, Eurasia Daily Monitor

Russia risks another ‘bleeding wound’ in Ukraine [08/02/2022]
Yaacov Ro’I, Politico

German Security Assistance to Ukraine Perpetually on Hold (Part Two) [07/02/2022]
Vladimir Socor, Eurasia Daily Monitor

Russia Couldn’t Occupy Ukraine if It Wanted to [07/02/2022]
Alexander Clarkson, Foreign Policy

Vladimir Poutine, en marche vers un nouvel impérialisme russe? [07/02/2022]
Dominique Moïsi, Institut Montaigne

There’s a reason that America and Russia are slinging mud at each other at the Security Council [07/02/2022]
Susan Hannah Allen & Amy Yuen, Washington Post

Anti-War Broadside Highlights Nationalist Critique of Putin [07/02/2022]
Mark Galeotti, Moscow Times

Russia’s revenge [07/02/2022]
Shlomo Ben-Ami, The Strategist

Sorry, Mr. Putin. Ukraine and Russia are Not the Same Country. [06/02/2022]
Serhy Yekelchyk, Politico

The view from Kyiv [04/02/2022]
Slawomir Sierakowski, Project Syndicate

How War Would Change Russia [04/02/2022]
Tatyana Stanovaya, Moscow Times

How Do the Militaries of Russia and Ukraine Stack Up? [04/02/2022]
Jonathan Masters & Will Merrow, CFR

Friendly arguments: Biden’s and Zelensky’s disagreement on the threat from Russia [04/02/2022]
Gustav Gressel, ECFR

Why Germany Behaves The Way It Does [03/02/2022]
Marcel Dirsus, War on the Rocks

The Reason Putin Would Risk War [03/02/2022]
Anne Applebaum, The Atlantic

How War Would Change Russia [03/02/2022]
Tatiana Stanovaya, Carnegie Moscow Center

Why the war in Ukraine could reshape the European nuclear order [03/02/2022]
Rafael Loss, ECFR

Kremlin at War? Supporting Ukraine, Defending the International Order [03/02/2022]
Ben Hodges, CEPA

Vladimir Putin’s Ukraine playbook echoes the traditional tactics of Russian imperialism [03/02/2022]
Łukasz Adamski, Atlantic Council

Why Zelenskiy Downplays a Russian Invasion  [03/02/2022]
Melinda Haring, National Interest

Time Is Running Out in Ukraine [03/02/2022]
Mathieu Boulègue, CEPA

NATO member states on arms deliveries to Ukraine [02/02/2022]
Justyna Gotkowska & Piotr Szymański, OSW

Putin's Ukraine Quagmire [02/02/2022]
Richard Haass, Project Syndicate

Europe is ready to pay the cost of Russia sanctions [02/02/2022]
Nathalie Tocci, Politico

Will tough US sanctions deter Russian aggression in Ukraine? [01/02/2022]
Jeffrey J. Schott, PIIE

When Redlines Fail [02/02/2022]
Dan Altman & Kathleen E. Powers, Foreign Affairs

Sorry, there's is no real solution to the Russia Problem for now [02/02/2022]
Michael Meyer-Resende, EU Observer

Why the Donbass is the Key to Putin’s Gambit in Ukraine [02/02/2022]
Oleksandr Danylyuk, Politico

Germany Helps Putin with Export Double Standard [02/02/2022]
Bradley Bowman & Ryan Brobst, Defense News

Ukraine-Russia: the first shots have already been fired – in cyberspace [02/02/2022]
Robert M. Dover, The Conversation

US Isn't Ready for Russia's Battlefield Nukes [02/02/2022]
James Ragland & Adam Lowther, 1945

How China Views the Ukraine Crisis [02/02/2022]
Minxin Pei, Japan Times

Strategic Reconfiguration in the Making in Europe's East [02/02/2022]
Iuliia Mendel, Kyiv Post

What Ukraine Reveals About NATO and the EU [01/02/2022]
Judy Dempsey, Carnegie Europe

From eastern Europe we watch Ukraine in fear. Its fate could decide the continent’s future [01/02/2022]
Karolina Wigura and Jarosław Kuisz, The Guardian

Should NATO close its doors? [01/02/2022]
James Dobbins, The Hill

Russia’s True Strategy Shows Itself [01/02/2022]
George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures

Is there a weakness in NATO’s Eastern flank? [01/02/2022]
Dimitar Bechev, Al Jazeera

The West Has Responded to Russia’s Ultimatum. Is It Enough? [01/02/2022]
Alexander Baunov, Carnegie Moscow Center

Putin knows exactly what he wants in eastern Europe – unlike the west [31/01/2022]
Timothy Garton Ash, The Guardian

Ukraine conflict: An escalation within limits [31/01/2022]
Margarete Klein, SWP

La crisis de Ucrania, la UE y la cohesión occidental [31/01/2022]
Ricardo López-Aranda, Elcano

What Would a War with Ukraine Mean for Ordinary Russians? [31/01/2022]
Andrei Kolesnikov, Carnegie Moscow Center

U.S. Strategic Competition with Russia [31/01/2022]
Stephanie Pezard, RAND

Shutting out Russia from Swift system would not be a surgical strike [31/01/2022]
Jonathan Guthrie, Financial Times

In the shadow of war [31/01/2022]
Zachary Paikin, CEPS

Ukraine conflict: An escalation within limits [31/01/2022]
Margarete Klein, SWP

Cord-cutting, Russian style: Could the Kremlin sever global internet cables? [31/01/2022]
Justin Sherman, Atlantic Council

Oil Market Cannot Afford to Lose Russian Supplies [31/01/2022]
Ben Cahill, CSIS

Russia's Ukraine gambit is an opportunity to steel US resolve [31/01/2022]
Glenn Nye & Mike Rogers, The Hill

The Russia crisis has exposed why NATO needs a strategy shift [30/01/2022]
Harlan Ullman, Atlantic Council

Canada must do more to back Ukraine. Hashtags are not enough. [30/01/2022]
Michael Taube, Washington Post

Russian Hybrid Threats Report: Kremlin pushes claims about Ukrainian offensive, ‘junk’ weapons from West [28/01/2022]
Digital Forensic Research Lab, Atlantic Council

Russia Can Win in Ukraine Without Firing a Shot [28/01/2022]
Elisabeth Braw, Foreign Policy

The US and NATO respond to the Kremlin’s demands: Russia’s reactions [28/01/2022]
Witold Rodkiewicz, OSW

Biden needs to get Ukraine right. America's security depends on it. [28/01/2022]
Melinda Haring, USA Today

China’s ‘Wolf Warriors’ Are Having a Field Day With the Russia-Ukraine Crisis [28/01/2022]
Jessica Brandt, Foreign Policy

Russia’s Gamble in Ukraine [27/01/2022]
Philip G. Wasielewski, Seth G. Jones & Joseph S. Bermudez Jr., CSIS

Judy Asks: Is Germany Damaging Europe’s Position on Ukraine? [27/01/2022]
Judy Dempsey et. Al., Carnegie Europe

The Ukraine crisis: A problem of trust [27/01/2022]
Jim Hughes, LSE

Why Europe has no say in the Russia-Ukraine crisis [27/01/2022]
Jeremy Shapiro, ECFR

The power of keeping calm. Ukraine in the face of Russia’s potential aggression [26/01/2022]
Tadeusz Iwański & Krzysztof Nieczypor, OSW

Misreading Signs of Putin’s War Preparation In Ukraine [26/01/2022]
Sim Tack, Spectator Clingendael

Experts from NATO countries disagree on how to approach Ukraine [26/01/2022]
Volodymyr Kulyk, Nadiia Koval, Mykola Riabchuk, Kateryna Zarembo & Marianna Fakhurdinova, Washington Post

Will There Be a War Over Ukraine? 13 Putin Watchers Weigh In [26/01/2022]
AA.VV., Politico Magazine

Russia’s recent invasions of Ukraine and Georgia offer clues to what Putin might be thinking now [26/01/2022]
Liam Collins, The Conversation

The Alarm Bells in Europe [26/01/2022]
Michael Brendan Dougherty, National Review

A Whiff of Munich [25/01/2022]
Harold James, Project Syndicate

Ukraine crisis is reminding Nato why it was formed in the first place [25/01/2022]
Mark Webber, The Conversation

Is There a Way Out of the Russia-NATO Talks Impasse? [25/01/2022]
Andrei Kortunov, Moscow Times

Putin’s Ambition May Have Outstripped His Options [25/01/2022]
Eugene Rumer, CEIP

The US military presence in Europe has been declining for 30 years – the current crisis in Ukraine may reverse that trend [25/01/2022]
Michael A. Allen, Carla Martinez Machain & Michael E. Flynn, The Conversation

Would Putin Really Invade Ukraine For This? [25/01/2022]
Fred Kaplan, Slate

Is the West united against Russia? Sort of. [25/01/2022]
Gabrielle Debinski, GZero

Good work, Volodya! Putin resurrects NATO. [25/01/2022]
Paul Taylor, Politico

How the European Union Has Made Itself Irrelevant in Ukraine [25/01/2022]
Anders Aslund, Kyiv Post

If Russia boosts its aggression against Ukraine, here’s what NATO could do [25/01/2022]
Michael John Williams, Atlantic Council

Putin Has the U.S. Right Where He Wants It [24/01/2022]
Fiona Hill, New York Times

Putin’s Wager In Russia’s Standoff With The West [24/01/2022]
Michael Kofman, War on the Rocks

A measure of autonomy in eastern Ukraine is the only way out of this crisis [24/01/2022]
Simon Jenkins, The Guardian

Moscow Should Remember the Russo-Japanese War [24/01/2022]
Edward Goldberg, Real Clear World

The Russian Mystery [24/01/2022]
George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures

Russia’s Vietnam: Why An Invasion Of Ukraine Would Be A Disaster For Putin [24/01/2022]
Robert Kelly, 19FortyFive

Forget NATO, Ukraine must refocus on the EU [24/01/2022]
Henrik Larsen, Politico

Only Putin Knows What Happens Next  [23/01/2022]
Tom Nichols, The Atlantic

Russia’s Desert Storm: Putin’s Plan to Use America’s Military Playbook Against Ukraine? [23/01/2022]
Anna Borshchevskaya, 19FortyFive

Ukraine Wouldn't Be a Cakewalk for Russia  [23/01/2022]
Melinda Haring, National Interest

If Russia invades Ukraine, what happens next? [22/01/2022]
David A. Lake, Monkey Cage

Russia's Georgia Model for Invading Ukraine  [22/01/2022]
Sebastien Roblin, 1945

How to Retreat From Ukraine [22/01/2022]
Ross Douthat, The New York Times

What the West Will Never Understand About Putin's Ukraine Obsession [22/01/2022]
Peter Pomerantsev, Time

The Day After Russia Attacks [21/01/2022]
Alexander Vindman & Dominic Cruz Bustillos, Foreign Affairs

Four maps that explain the Russia-Ukraine conflict [21/01/2022]
Laris Karklis & Ruby Mellen, Washington Post

Biden Should Close The Door To NATO [21/01/2022]
Patrick Buchanan, American Conservative

What a Week of Talks Between Russia and the West Revealed [21/01/2022]
Dmitry Trenin, Moscow Times

The United States Needs a New Approach to Russia [21/01/2022]
Nikolas K. Gvosdev, National Interest

Are Putin’s Oligarchs Ready for War? [20/01/2022]
Kseniya Kirillova, CEPA

Why NATO Has Become a Flashpoint With Russia [20/01/2022]
Jonathan Masters, Foreign Affairs

Ukraine: a country wounded by eight years of crisis [20/01/2022]
Stefan Wolff & Tatyana Malyarenko, The Conversation

Russia-Ukraine tensions: power posturing or trouble on the home front for Putin? [19/01/2022]
Marcin Kaczmarski & Kasia Kaczmarska, The Conversation

Ukrainians in our survey weren’t enthusiastic about NATO exercises close to Russia [19/01/2022]
Gerard Toal & John O’Loughlin, Washington Post

Why Russia's interest in Ukraine is about more than NATO [19/01/2022]
Eoin Micheál McNamara, RTE

Unanswered questions in the Ukrainian crisis [19/01/2022]
Benjamin Jensen, The Hill

What would a Russian invasion of Ukraine actually look like? [19/01/2022]
Gabrielle Debinski, Gzero

Ukraine and the Danger of Human Miscalculation [18/01/2022]
Dell Dailey & James P. Farwell, National Interest

‘We are being dragged into a war’ [18/01/2022]
Denis Volkov, Riddle

Biden’s rhetoric on Ukraine has been quite moderate. Here’s what that means. [18/01/2022]
Abigail S. Post, Washington Post

Moscow’s Compellence Strategy [18/01/2022]
Rob Lee, FPRI

How to Reach an Agreement on Ukraine [17/01/2022]
Anatol Lieven, RCW

If the West sticks together, it can find a way forward with Russia [17/01/2022]
Daniel Fried, Atlantic Council

Ukraine Doesn’t Need the West to Defend It. We Need Help Preparing for War. [16/01/2022]
Alyona Getmanchuk, New York Times

Why would Putin invade Ukraine? [16/01/2022]
Aleksandar Matovski, Monkey Cage/Washington Post

Is War Inevitable if Talks With Russia Fail? [15/01/2022]
Mark Episkopos, National Interest

Here’s what we know about Russia’s military buildup near Ukraine. [15/01/2022]
Dmitry Gorenburg & Michael Kofman, Washington Post

‘Be Afraid’: Has Russia’s Attack on Ukraine Begun? [14/01/2022]
Olga Tokariuk, CEPA

Ukraine: China and Russia’s Calculated Mutual Support [14/01/2022]
Michel Duclos & François Godement, Institut Montaigne

Face aux périls, les Européens seront-ils bientôt seuls? [14/01/2022]
Isabelle Lasserre, Le Figaro

The U.S. seems ready for tougher sanctions against Russia. But is Europe? [14/01/2022]
Maria Shagina, Washington Post

Nato honesty on Ukraine could avert conflict with Russia [13/01/2022]
Samuel Charap, Financial Times

Turkey Could Lose Big in the Russia-Ukraine Standoff [13/01/2022]
Jeffrey Mankoff, Foreign Policy

Kazakhstan, Ukraine and the limits of Putin’s neo-imperial ambitions [13/01/2022]
Slawomir Sierakowski, The Strategist

Russia’s Possible Invasion of Ukraine [13/01/2022]
Seth G. Jones, CSIS

Turkey's Response to the Russia-Ukraine Crisis  [12/01/2022]
Aaron Stein, FPRI

Western Diplomacy on Russia Must Serve Deterrence [12/01/2022]
Nigel Gould-Davies, Moscow Times

Putin Is Running Rings Around the West [12/01/2022]
Walter Russell Mead, Wall Street Journal

Biden must respond to Putin’s provocations on Ukraine [12/01/2022]
Peter Jennings, The Strategist

Russia’s Liberals Wave a Sad Farewell to Ukraine [12/01/2022]
Andrei Soldatov & Irina Borogan, CEPA

What do Russia’s cyber moves mean for the Ukraine crisis? [12/01/2022]
Erica D. Lonergan & Shawn W. Lonergan, Washington Post

Understanding the Eurasian turmoil [12/01/2022]
C. Raja Mohan, Indian Express

Can U.S.-Russia Diplomacy Ease Ukraine Tensions? [11/01/2022]
Thomas Graham, CFR

Russia and West Continue to Talk, But Not Necessarily in the Same Language [11/01/2022]
Mark Galeotti, Moscow Times

The US Must Prepare for War Against Russia Over Ukraine [11/01/2022]
Evelyn N. Farkas, Defense One

As the U.S. and Russia debate Ukraine, it’s hard to see the wiggle room [11/01/2022]
David Ignatius, Washington Post

Russia Thinks America Is Bluffing [10/01/2022]
Chris Miller, Foreign Affairs

How Putin’s Plans for Ukraine Could Pay Off [10/01/2022]
Gregory Sims, The Cipher Brief

Putin's threats disguise a weakening position [10/01/2022]
Gideon Rachman, Financial Times

Is America Getting ‘Compellence’ Wrong in Ukraine? [10/01/2022]
Jeff Hartman, National Interest

EU Must Stop Moaning on Ukraine and Prepare for a Refugee Crisis [10/01/2022]
Toomas Hendrik Ilves, CEPA

Threatening to invade Ukraine will help Putin at home. Actually invading won’t. [08/01/2022]
Samuel A. Greene & Graeme B. Robertson, Washington Post

Ukraine Is Only One Small Part of Putin’s Plans [07/01/2022]
Lilia Shevtsova, New York Times

The West has enabled Putin long enough. It is time to stop. [07/01/2022]
Vladimir Kara-Murza, Washington Post

What Is Russia’s Logic for the Current Crisis? [07/01/2022]
Maxim A. Suchkov, War on the Rocks

Free-rider on the storm: How Russia makes use of crises in its regional environment [07/01/2022]
Marie Dumoulin, ECFR

God, Putin and Ukraine [07/01/2022]
Ronald Tiersky, Real Clear World

Beyond Ukraine: How to Revive the Vision of a Europe ‘Whole and at Peace’ [07/01/2022]
Robert Legvold, National Interest

A Sovereign Europe ... and Russia [06/01/2022]
Stefan Meister, IPQ

Why Russia Fears a Ukrainian Offensive [06/01/2022]
Anna Arutunyan, Moscow Times

A proposal for a new Western policy on the Russia-Ukraine conflict: re-position to de-escalate [05/01/2022]
Edward Hunter Christie, FIIA

Un nuevo Yalta, la obsesión de Putin [05/01/2022]
Carmen Claudín, El País

Russia-Ukraine Tensions: Signals to China [04/01/2022]
Mercy A. Kuo & Karen-Anna Eggen, The Diplomat

On Russia, NATO cannot fold [03/01/2022]
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Politico

Putin’s Ukraine quagmire [03/01/2022]
Richard N. Haass, The Strategist

How NATO Should Respond to Russia’s Alternative Reality [03/01/2022]
Stefanie Babst, IPQ

The U.S. Is Naive About Russia. Ukraine Can’t Afford to Be. [03/01/2022]
Anne Applebaum, The Atlantic

Could America Be Wrong About Ukraine? [29/12/2021]
Mark Episkopos, National Interest

What Putin Really Wants in Ukraine [28/12/2021]
Dmitri Trenin, Foreign Affairs

A longa transição [26/12/2021]
Carlos Gaspar, Público

Putin’s Likely Course of Action in Ukraine: Putin’s Military Options [12/2021]
AA.VV., ISW

The Russia-Ukraine Crisis: A Scorecard on Biden’s Response [23/12/2021]
Stephen Sestanovich, CFR

Russia and European security: Before the storm [22/12/2021]
Arkady Moshes, FIIA

The Berlin Crisis, Ukraine, And The 5 Percent Problem [22/12/2021]
Sergey Radchenko, War on the Rocks

European security: Putin ups the ante with NATO [20/12/2021]
Ian Hill, The Interpreter

Responding to Russia’s Blackmail – a Moment of Truth for Ukraine and the West [20/12/2021]
Pavlo Klimkin, Kyiv Post

Russian treaty proposals hark back to post-Cold War era [19/12/2021]
Patricia Lewis, Chatham House

Russia’s threat to invade Ukraine and Europe’s soft power [17/12/2021]
Michael Emerson, CEPS

Bonnes feuilles: «Ukraine, de l’indépendance à la guerre» [15/12/2021]
Alexandra Goujon, The Conversation

How the United States Can Break Putin’s Hold on Ukraine [11/12/2021]
Alexander Vindman, New York Times

Kicking Russia Off of SWIFT Might Not Be the Nuclear Option [10/12/2021]
Amy Mackinnon & Robbie Gramer, Foreign Policy

Biden Must Choose Between Appeasement and Deterrence in Ukraine [09/12/2021]
Nigel Gould-Davies, Foreign Policy

The battle for Ukraine has already been lost [09/12/2021]
Dalibor Rohac, The Spectator

Biden-Putin Call Solves Nothing [09/12/2021]
Nikolas Gvosdev, Russia Matters

Putin barrels toward invading Ukraine, encouraged by Trump [09/12/2021]
David Ignatius, Washington Post

Biden meets Putin: What lies behind Russia’s military build-up [07/12/2021]
Kadri Liik, ECFR

Trente ans après la fin de l’URSS, quelle mémoire de cette période en Russie et en Ukraine? [07/12/2021]
Cécile Vaissié, The Conversation

Russia and Ukraine: War or Bluff? [07/12/2021]
George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures

Faut-il s’alarmer des nouveaux bruits de bottes à la frontière russo-ukrainienne? [07/12/2021]
Christine Dugoin-Clément, The Conversation

What Biden should say to Putin on Ukraine [06/12/2021]
Steven Pifer, Brookings Institution

Russia's threats place Europe at a pivotal moment [03/12/2021]
Keir Giles, Chatham House

Why Russia could invade Ukraine again [03/12/2021]
Gustav Gressel, ECFR

Analysis of Russian Irregular Threats [2021]
Sean M. Zeigler, Dara Massicot, Elina Treyger, Naoko Aoki, Chandler Sachs & Stephen Watts, RAND

What America Is Getting Wrong about Ukraine [30/11/2021]
Mark Episkopos, National Interest

War Between Russia and Ukraine: A Basic Scenario? [25/11/2021]
Ivan Timofeev, Valdai Club

No, Putin Isn’t Trying to Bring Down the West [23/11/2021]
Kadri Liik, New York Times

Is Russia Preparing to Invade Ukraine? [19/11/2021]
Emma Ashford & Matthew Kroenig, Foreign Policy

Russia’s Ukrainian dilemma: Moscow’s strategy towards Kyiv [19/11/2021]
Marek Menkiszak, OSW

Ukraine: Putin’s Unfinished Business [12/11/2021]
Eugene Rumer & Andrew S. Weiss, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

What strategic stability? How to fix the concept for US-Russia relations [21/10/2021]
Mikhail Troitskiy, Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

Something for something: Biden, Zelensky, and America’s pre-eminence in Ukraine [14/09/2021]
Gustav Gressel, ECFR

Russia, Not NATO, Has the Upper Hand in Ukraine [26/04/2021]
Ali Demirdas, National Interest

 

Editoriais
Crise en Ukraine: haute voltige diplomatique pour Macron à Moscou [07/02/2022]
Le Monde

US Response to Russia in Ukraine [01/02/2022]
Los Angeles Times

Risky bets: On Russia, Ukraine and hopes of a diplomatic solution [31/01/2022]
The Hindu

Western solidarity on Russia needs German support [26/01/2022]
Financial Times

The threat to Ukraine: high and rising [25/01/2022]
The Guardian

US-Russia talks and tensions in Ukraine [23/01/2022]
The Guardian

Russia and Ukraine: what comes after jaw-jaw? [14/01/2022]
The Guardian

Talking to Russia: On Putin and NATO [13/01/2022]
The Hindu

Face à la Russie, reprendre l’initiative [10/01/2022]
Le Monde

The EU’s regrettable absence on Ukraine [10/01/2022]
Financial Times

Russia Invites Calamity if It Invades Ukraine [09/01/2022]
New York Times

The future of Europe hinges on the coming talks between the West and Russia [08/01/2022]
Washington Post

No reward for Putin’s aggression [08/01/2022]
Financial Times

Notícias
Biden and Putin agree "in principle" to hold summit [21/02/2022]
Rebecca Falconer, Axios

U.S. says Putin is putting Ukraine invasion plan in motion [18/02/2022]
Dave Lawler & Zachary Basu, Axios

Ukraine-Russia tensions: UK vows to step up support [17/02/2022]
BBC

Russian army, Putin's favoured foreign policy tool [16/02/2022]
France 24

Scholz, Zelenskiy play down talk of NATO membership for Ukraine [14/02/2022]
Hans Von Der Burchard, Politico

On stage at the Kremlin: Putin and Lavrov’s de-escalation dance [14/02/2022]
David M. Herszenhorn, Politico

Ukraine demands meeting with Russia over military build-up: Live [14/02/2022]
Federica Marsi and David Child, Al Jazeera

Biden promises ‘swift’ response if Russia invades Ukraine [13/02/2022]
Al Jazeera

Ukraine tensions: Russia sees room for diplomacy [09/02/2022]
BBC

Crise en Ukraine : Emmanuel Macron arrive à Kiev, avec des assurances de Poutine [08/02/2022]
Le Monde

Biden Will Press German Chancellor on Russia Sanctions and Pipeline [08/02/2022]
Katie Rogers, The New York Times

What Biden learned the last time Putin invaded Ukraine [08/02/2022]
Jonathan Guyer, VOX

‘A 1938 moment’: Lithuanian PM warns about Russian troops in Belarus [08/02/2022]
Patrick Wintour, The Guardian

Macron Tries to Avert a European War and Reshape European Security [07/02/2022]
Roger Cohen & Andrew E. Kramer, The New York Times

Crise en Ukraine : Macron propose à Poutine de « bâtir des garanties concrètes de sécurité » [07/02/2022]
Le Monde

UK to send troops to Poland amid concern about Russian buildup [07/02/2022]
Dan Sabbagh, The Guardian

'War?! I Want A Post Office': In A Remote Ukrainian Border Village, More Pressing Worries Than A New Russian Invasion [07/02/2022]
Mike Eckel & Maryan Kushnir, RFEL

‘Tanks, tanks, tanks’: Russians on the military buildup at Ukraine’s border [07/02/2022]
Andrew Roth, The Guardian

Russian forces at 70% of level needed for full Ukraine invasion, U.S. officials say [07/02/2022]
Phil Stewart & Humeyra Pamuk, Reuters

Russia has enough troops ready to take Kyiv, says former Ukraine defence chief [06/02/2022]
Luke Harding & Richard Luscombe, The Guardian

Russian Troops in Final Stages of Readiness Add to Worries for Ukraine [04/02/2022]
Michael Schwirtz, New York Times

Russia, China call for halt to NATO enlargement [04/02/2022]
Jules Darmanin, Politico

Putin and Xi Proclaim Bond as Russia Deploys More Forces Near Ukraine [03/02/2022]
New York Times

Why does Russia focus on ‘indivisible security’ in Ukraine standoff? [03/02/2022]
Patrick Wintour, The Guardian

NATO chief: Russian deployment in Belarus ‘biggest since Cold War’ [03/02/2022]
Camille Gijs, Politico

The Untold Story of the Ukraine Crisis [02/02/2022]
Simon Shuster, Time

Los documentos confidenciales sobre Ucrania: EE UU y la OTAN ofrecieron a Putin acuerdos de desarme [02/02/2022]
Hibai Arbide Aza & Miguel González, El País

Biden sending thousands of troops to Eastern Europe [02/02/2022]
Zachary Basu, Axios

U.S. Sends Top Security Official to Help NATO Brace for Russian Cyberattacks [01/02/2022]
David E. Sanger, The New York Times

Putin’s public remarks today could be his first on Ukraine since December [01/02/2022]
New York Times

Ukraine announces plan to boost army as foreign leaders rally [01/02/2022]
Natalia Zinets & Matthias Williams, Reuters

Allies keep close eye on Orbán's Moscow visit [01/02/2022]
Eszter Zalan, EUObserver

Blinken to try diplomacy again with Russian counterpart after sharp U.N. clash over Ukraine [01/02/2022]
Isabelle Khurshudyan & Rachel Pannett, Washington Post

Putin to host EU ally Orban amid Ukraine crisis [01/02/2022]
France 24

Russia delivers written response to U.S. proposal on Ukraine crisis [01/02/2022]
Rebecca Falconer, Axios

Ukraine crisis: 'The stakes could not be higher', US ambassador tells UN Security Council Access to the comments [31/01/2022]
Euronew

Poland ready for million refugees if Russia invades Ukraine [31/01/2022]
Oliver Moody, The Times

UK toughens sanctions regime to target Russia over Ukraine [31/01/2022]
Cristina Gallardo, Politico

Boris Johnson to visit Ukraine region and hold call with Putin next week [29/01/2022]
Tom Ambrose, The Guardian

Nord Stream 2 could be hit in Russia sanctions, France says [28/01/2022]
Jules Darmanin, Politico

Russia, U.S. Open For More Diplomacy Despite Wide Differences Over Ukraine [28/01/2022]
RFE

Zelenskyy urges no ‘panic’ over tensions [28/01/2022]
David Child & Farah Najjar, Al Jazeera

Lukashenko warns Belarus will go to war if Russia is attacked [28/01/2022]
Sergei Kuznetsov, Politico

German industry bosses to meet with Putin this year [28/01/2022]
Laurenz Gehrk, Politico

Ukraine to the world: keep calm and stop spreading panic [28/01/2022]
Ben Hall & Roman Olearchyk, Financial Times

Moscow Faces 'Massive Consequences' If Russia Continues Aggression Toward Ukraine, Blinken Tells RFE/RL [27/01/2022]
Mike Eckel, RFE

Russia signals little optimism on resolving crisis as the West races to shore up support for Ukraine [27/01/2022]
Robyn Dixon, Rachel Pannett & Missy Ryan, Washington Post

Germany's Scholz to meet Biden, discuss Ukraine and COVID - White House [27/01/2022]
Kanishka Singh, Reuters

U.S. and Allies Seek United Front on Russia-Ukraine Crisis [26/01/2022]
New York Times

The West Sounds The Alarm On Russia. Ukraine Sends A Different Message: Keep Calm And Carry On. [26/01/2022]
Mike Eckel, RFE

Why can’t Europe agree on how to deal with the Ukraine crisis? [26/01/2022]
Priyanka Shankar, Al Jazeera

Ukraine Sees Russian Hand In Spate Of Bomb Scares At Schools Nationwide [26/01/2022]
Nina Bakhmach, RFE

NATO to boost military presence in eastern Europe amid Russia-Ukraine tensions [25/01/2022]
Lauren Chadwick & Joshua Berlinger, Euronews

US finalizing plans to divert gas to Europe if Russia cuts off supply [25/01/2022]
Julian Borger, The Guardian

West Ups Sanctions Pressure On Moscow As Russia Launches Military Drills Near Ukraine [25/01/2022]
RFEL

The US bets big on NATO to deter Russia [25/01/2022]
Atlantic Council

U.S. Warns Belarus Against Helping Potential Russian Invasion Of Ukraine [25/01/2022]
RFE

Ukraine-Russia: What is Nord Steam 2, and why is it contentious? [25/01/2022]
Liz Cookman, Al Jazeera

Russia-Ukraine tensions: How the Nord Stream 2 pipeline has been controversial from the start [25/01/2022]
Sky News

Pro-Kremlin Politician Accused of Coup Plot Not Mentioned after Ukraine National Security Meeting [25/01/2022]
Kyiv Post

Biden to speak with European leaders to discuss Russia-Ukraine tensions [24/01/2022]
Reuters

Kremlin Says NATO Ramping Up Ukraine Tensions With Deployments [24/01/2022]
Moscow Times

Pentagon Puts 8,500 Troops on ‘High Alert’ Amid Ukraine Tensions [24/01/2022]
Helene Cooper & Eric Schmitt, New York Times

Germany seeks mediating role as Ukraine tensions rise [24/01/2022]
Ben Knight & Matthias von Hein, DW

In a Ukrainian city near Russia, a civilian army prepares for war [24/01/2022]
Nils Adler, Al Jazeera

U.S. Orders Family Members of Embassy Staff to Leave Ukraine [23/01/2022]
Katie Benner, Edward Wong & Lara Jakes, The New York Times

What Putin's Ukraine options look like [21/01/2022]
Dave Lawler, Axios

US and Russia try to lower temperature as Ukraine tensions simmer [21/01/2022]
Al Jazeera

Ukraine tension: Urgent US-Russia talks in Geneva as invasion fears grow [21/01/2022]
BBC

What a 'Minor' Russian Incursion Might Look Like  [21/01/2022]
Jack Detsch, Foreign Policy

On the Front Lines of Ukraine's War With Russia  [20/01/2022]
Mattias Carlsson & Niclas Hammarstrom, Newlines

Biden predicts Russia will invade Ukraine [19/01/2022]
Yuliya Talmazan, Tatyana Chistikova & Teaganne Finn, NBC

Facing Arrest, Ex-Leader Returns to 'Defend Ukraine' from Russia [17/01/2022]
Olga Shylenko, Moscow Times

Russia Thins Out Its Embassy in Ukraine, a Possible Clue to Putin’s Next Move [17/01/2022]
Michael Schwirtz & David E. Sanger, New York Times

Is Russia preparing to invade Ukraine? And other questions [15/01/2022]
Paul Kirby, BBC News

A Week of Russia-West Diplomacy Ends in Deadlock [14/01/2022]
Felix Light, Moscow Times

Russia is preparing a pretext for invading Ukraine: US official [14/01/2022]
Al Jazeera

Deep Divides Remain After Russia-NATO Talks on Ukraine Crisis [12/01/2022]
New York Times

Putin is Threatening a War. Are Russians Willing to Fight It? [12/01/2022]
Uliana Pavlova, Politico

Russia Neither Accepts Nor Rejects NATO’s Offer To Restart Talks [12/01/2022]
Jacqueline Feldscher, Defense One

U.S.-Russia Conclude 'Difficult' Geneva Talks On Ukraine, European Security [10/01/2022]
RFE

U.S. and Russia still poles apart on Ukraine after Geneva talks [10/01/2022]
Emma Farge, Reuters

Ukraine crisis: tense talks between US and Russia open in Geneva [10/01/2022]
Julian Borgen, The Guardian

With Russian guns pointed at Ukraine, West and Moscow dive into talks [10/01/2022]
David M. Herszenhorn, Politico

Exposed: Who were Russia's spies at Nato HQ? [10/01/2022]
Andrew Rettman, EU Observer

U.S. tamps down expectations for talks with Russia amid Ukraine crisis [09/01/2022]
Reuters

The West has a few bargaining chips to stop Russia from invading Ukraine [09/01/2022]
Ellen Ioanes, Vox

Russia Warns That U.S. Doesn’t Understand Its Goals on Ukraine [09/01/2022]
Anton Troianovski & David E. Sanger, New York Times

Putin puts out fires across a former Soviet empire clamoring for change [08/01/2022]
Eva Hartog, Politico

First Thing: Biden and Putin exchange warnings amid Ukraine tensions [31/12/2021]
Vivian Ho, The Guardian

Putin says Russia doesn't want Ukraine war but needs 'immediate' guarantees [23/12/2021]
France 24

Why Putin has such a hard time accepting Ukrainian sovereignty [21/12/2021]
Jacob Lassin & Emily Channell-Justice, The Conversation

Russia publishes ‘red line’ security demands for Nato and US [17/12/2021]
Max Seddon, Henry Foy & Aime Williams, Financial Times

Fraud Conviction Appears to Reveal Russian Troop Deployment in East Ukraine [16/12/2021]
Moscow Times

Why Is Russia Threatening to Invade Ukraine? [16/12/2021]
Joshua Yaffa, The New Yorker

EU summit to warn Russia of 'severe cost' over Ukraine [16/12/2021]
Eszter Zalan, EU Observer

Russia planning massive military offensive against Ukraine involving 175,000 troops, U.S. intelligence warns [16/12/2021]
Shane Harris & Paul Sonne, Washington Post

Wait, is Russia going to invade Ukraine? [08/12/2021]
Jen Kirby, Vox

Biden told Putin that 'things we did not do in 2014, we are prepared to do now' if Russia escalates in Ukraine, top adviser says [08/12/2021]
Maegan Vazquez, CNN

US says Russia could invade Ukraine in early 2022 [04/12/2021]
James Politi, Katrina Manson,Demetri Sevastopulo & Polina Ivanova, Financial Times

Ukraine has uncovered Russian-linked coup plot, says president [27/11/2021]
Patrick Wintour, The Guardian

U.S. ‘Escalating’ Russia-Ukraine Tensions by Arming Kiev – Kremlin [23/11/2021]
Moscow Times

U.S. huddles with allies over possible Russian invasion of Ukraine [12/11/2021]
Nahal Toosi & Paul Mcleary, Politico

Weapons tracing study implicates Russia in Ukraine conflict [04/11/2021]
Andrew E. Kramer, Kyiv Post

Explainer: Why Are Tensions Between Russia and Ukraine Ratcheting Up? [02/04/2021]
Moscow Times

 

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