Staff Writer Magdalena Kamont delves into Hungary’s stance on the Russian-Ukrainian War, which has caused a rift between Hungary and the other European Union member states over military aid to Ukraine.
In feminist thought, the gendered aspects of war cannot be overlooked. In a piece written especially for the #peaceispossible campaign, staff writer Dominique Keizer analyzes the underlying ideas in being a protector, as well as the specific challenges women face in war.
The integration of post-soviet Russia into the Western sphere is a still-pending debate. In this opinion piece, Guest writer Tarik Mert argues that change may be on the horizon when it comes to Soviet worldviews within Russia.
Staff writer Dominique Keizer writes on the Minsk I and II agreements and how the logic of the Warsaw Pact still affect today’s high politics between Russia and Eastern Europe.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine raises several questions pertaining to the provisions of international humanitarian law. In this opinion piece, Staff writer Adrian Kokk argues the importance of spreading awareness about the Russian regime’s possible war crimes in Ukraine from the perspective of International Criminal Law.
As cities are shelled and a nation is set on fire by the Russian army, there is a great need for orientation in understanding the behavior of the Kremlin. This article by Johannes Malmgren is intended as an attempt at historically situating Russia’s aggression.
On February 24th, Vladimir Putin launched a “special military operation” against Ukraine. Staff writer Magdalena Kamont analyzes what the response has been so far.