Russian President Vladimir Putin has acknowledged the rising risks of inflation and has urged the government and central bank to keep the situation under control, as soaring prices could pose a threat to living standards and his upcoming re-election bid, while Russia's budget is also strained due to its military operation in Ukraine.
Senator Tommy Tuberville expressed frustration with U.S. aid to Ukraine and claimed that the U.S. is responsible for getting Ukraine into its current predicament with the ongoing Russian invasion.
Ukraine's Ministry of Foreign Affairs accuses Russian President Vladimir Putin of having deep-rooted antisemitism, claiming that his obsession with Ukrainian President Zelenskyy's Jewish origin is indicative of this.
The US has announced over $1bn in new aid for Ukraine, including $665m in military assistance, as Secretary of State Antony Blinken praises Ukraine's counteroffensive against Russian forces in the southeast.
Reports of corruption and mismanagement of funds in Ukraine could potentially harm Western support for the country's war effort, despite the Biden administration's announcement of a new round of assistance worth up to $1 billion.
Ukraine's military is making "very tangible progress" in its counteroffensive against Russian forces, according to Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who visited the country to showcase U.S. support.
Former U.S. President George W. Bush believes Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is tough like a Texan and warns that if Russia's President Vladimir Putin is not stopped in Ukraine, the U.S. will have to be involved in supporting neighboring countries like Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia.
Ukrainian President Zelensky criticizes Russian leadership and rejects the idea of negotiating peace, citing the death of a rebel leader as a warning against dealing with Vladimir Putin.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has called for renewed efforts to impose further punitive measures on Russia due to the easing of sanctions by Ukraine's allies and Russia's attempts to evade sanctions.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warns that a weakened Vladimir Putin will resort to nuclear threats and winter bombings, but urges Western leaders not to panic and emphasizes Ukraine's determination to prevail in the conflict.
Summary: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy expresses frustration over Russian air superiority and slow Western support, while Elon Musk reveals he refused a Ukrainian request to activate Starlink in Crimea for an attack on Russia's fleet.
The West's reluctance to provide sufficient military aid to Ukraine and growing concerns over corruption may lead to a Russian victory and a defeat for NATO, necessitating a robust damage-limitation strategy and continued economic warfare against Russia.
Ukraine's president, Volodymyr Zelensky, believes that the West must continue its support for the country in order to counter Russia's attempts to exhaust Ukraine and wear out its partners' resolve, as a long war would weaken both Russia and its leader, Vladimir Putin.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has announced advances made by Ukrainian troops in the counter offensive against Russian occupying forces in the southern and eastern fronts, confirming assessments of gains in those regions.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says his country "waited too long" to launch a counteroffensive against Russia due to delays in receiving promised weapons from its Western allies.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has requested weapons and support from North Korea amid the invasion of Ukraine, but experts doubt it will significantly impact the war, according to Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Russian President Vladimir Putin indicated that he is preparing for a prolonged war in Ukraine, stating that Kyiv could potentially use any ceasefire to rearm and that the US will continue to view Russia as an enemy regardless of the outcome of the 2024 US election.
The claim that Russian President Vladimir Putin's decision to invade Ukraine was non-rational is flawed, as rationality in international politics is not solely defined by success or adherence to moral standards, but rather by the ability to make sense of the world, employ credible theories, and engage in a deliberative process to achieve certain goals. Putin and his advisers viewed the West's efforts to make Ukraine a bulwark as an existential threat, leading them to believe that the invasion was a war of self-defense aimed at preventing an adverse shift in the balance of power.
Ukraine's military offensive against Russian forces in the south and east has made limited progress, prompting discussions about whether the US and other Western countries should provide more powerful weapons or seek a negotiated settlement.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is scheduled to visit Washington in an effort to reinforce Congress to grant the White House's budget request for over $24 billion in aid to Ukraine, as tensions and disagreements within the Republican Party and some Democrats over supporting Ukraine continue to grow.
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock express their long-term support for Ukraine and discuss the issue of Russia's war against Ukraine during their meeting in Washington.
Former President Donald Trump welcomes Russian President Vladimir Putin's support for his plan to end the war in Ukraine, causing concern among Ukrainian leaders who fear it would involve giving Ukrainian land to Russia.
Ukrainian President Zelenskyy emphasized the need for Ukrainian defenders to continue moving forward in the slow counteroffensive against Russia, stating that even short distances must be gained to prevent giving Putin a break and liberate territory.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warns that Russian President Vladimir Putin could ignite World War III unless more assistance is provided, comparing Putin to "a second Hitler" and emphasizing the need to stop him from invading other countries.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will address the United Nations General Assembly and meet with President Biden and members of Congress to emphasize that supporting Ukraine is supporting democracy, stability, and peace, while also addressing concerns about the length and extent of the conflict with Russia.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy calls on the United Nations to answer for allowing Russia a seat at the tables of power, as he visits wounded Ukrainian soldiers in New York before addressing world leaders at the U.N. General Assembly.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warns that a potential defeat against Russia could lead to World War III and calls for continued US support in an interview with CBS's "60 Minutes."
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy seeks additional funding for the war with Russia during his visit to Washington, while Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell makes a case for continued aid to Ukraine.
Ukraine's special services are likely responsible for drone strikes on Wagner-backed forces in Sudan, raising concerns about the escalation of Russia-Ukraine conflict beyond the frontlines; Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell defends Ukraine's request for more aid ahead of Ukrainian President Zelensky's visit to the US Capitol; President Zelensky warns the UN General Assembly that Russia's invasion of Ukraine is not only about Ukraine but also about weaponizing food and energy and turning other countries' power plants into "dirty bombs"; Zelensky calls for global unity to defeat Russia's aggression and accuses Russia of kidnapping Ukrainian children and weaponizing the food supply; Russian President Putin is seeking support from North Korea and Iran while Ukraine continues to gain support from numerous countries.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy demanded support for his country's war effort against Russia in a somber address to the U.N. General Assembly, accusing Russia of endangering the sovereignty of its neighbors and the international rules-based order.
Ukraine's President Zelenskiy faces renewed accusations of corruption and shielding a lawyer, Oleh Tatarov, who is alleged to have organized bribes, threatening the country's reputation for fighting corruption as it seeks foreign aid and EU membership.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky calls on Donald Trump to provide concrete details and take action on his promise to end the Russian invasion of Ukraine, stating that simply giving up Ukrainian land is not a peace formula.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is set to meet with top finance professionals, business leaders, diplomats, and even a chef in New York City to discuss attracting private sector money for the reconstruction of war-torn Ukraine, with JPMorgan serving as his financial adviser for the effort.
The United States has provided over $100 billion in aid to Ukraine in its efforts to resist Russia's invasion, but there is growing Republican skepticism about continuing to fund the war effort.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky criticizes the U.N.'s lack of action on Russia's invasion, while also seeking financial support in Washington to repel the invasion; the Biden administration grants legal status to 470,000 Venezuelans in the U.S.; despite a blockade, Air Force Gen. Charles Brown Jr. is confirmed as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; the U.S. government resumes the provision of free coronavirus tests; and wildfire smoke reverses two decades of air quality progress.
Senator Rand Paul criticized Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky, claiming that Ukraine is corrupt, has a bloated government, and is not a true democracy, while also questioning why the US has not tried to secure the release of an American journalist imprisoned in Ukraine.
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers suggests using Russia's frozen funds to help Ukraine instead of relying on US budget, as it would be financially and politically detrimental for the US to fund Ukraine's needs directly.
The Biden administration announced an aid package of up to $325 million for Ukraine to support its critical security and defense needs in its fight against Russia, coinciding with Ukrainian President Zelensky's visit to Washington, D.C.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky visits Canada after his trip to the United States, expressing gratitude to President Biden for approving military aid and making a case for additional aid to U.S. lawmakers.