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The latest news, analysis and opinion on the War in Ukraine.
A visual guide to the war
Political division and turmoil at home are undermining US leadership overseas
Just an hour’s boat ride away sits a haven from economic instability — with increasingly attractive tax breaks for foreigners
Purchase of hundreds of all-terrain vehicles made by Shandong Odes could put exports to west at risk
Diplomat tells FT western sanctions will continue ‘for years to come’ to curb Moscow’s war machine
The conflict in Ukraine highlights the need for governments and private companies to collaborate on national security
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Securities depository holds up payments due to disagreement over debt status
Nato's secretary-general says Russia has been stockpiling missiles for a winter attack on Ukraine
Jens Stoltenberg urges allies not to ‘underestimate’ Moscow and its war economy
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‘Transshipment’ of liquefied natural gas, crucial for Moscow’s Arctic fleet, is banned by UK and Netherlands
Helsinki says tactic by Moscow is deliberate and poses ‘serious threat to national security’
Several officers also undergoing medical treatment after contamination with heavy metal substances, say officers
Growth in shipments of restricted parts fuels western suspicions that Turkish companies are conduit for Moscow
Ukraine fears start of Moscow winter campaign aimed at destroying energy infrastructure
Kyiv seeks to persuade younger recruits with better endurance and higher skills to join up
Five people wounded in barrage that hit residential buildings and energy infrastructure
Protest spreads to main crossing with long queues forming as temperatures drop
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Foreign minister warns Brussels not to look at Balkans ‘with a magnifying glass’ and at Kyiv ‘with rose-tinted glasses’
For all their stoical resistance Ukrainians are increasingly riven between those who stayed and those who left, those who fought and those who didn’t
Germany will receive 25 decommissioned Leopard 2 tanks on condition it will not send them to Ukraine
Kyiv worries that war fatigue is growing in the US and the EU
The onus is on European allies to step up support and chart a path for Kyiv towards Nato and EU membership