Ukraine war — what to expect in 2023
04 January 2023 | 7:34 am
The Ukrainian leader delivered a defiant New Year's message, calling 2022 the "year of Ukrainians" and vowing to fight on in 2023.
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All sides are closely watching whether China would respond by staging another round of large-scale military exercises near the self-ruled democratic island.
Germany's old-fashioned peace movement is increasingly divided on how to respond to the war in Ukraine. Their traditional Easter marches are growing less and less relevant to younger generations.
Ireland is militarily neutral, but the country has been providing non-lethal assistance to Ukraine, sparking debate in Dublin. What comes next for Irish neutrality?
King Charles will be presented to "the people" - a tradition dating back to Anglo-Saxon times. Standing beside the 700-year-old Coronation Chair, the King will turn to face the four sides of the abbey and be proclaimed the "undoubted King" before the congregation is asked to show their homage and service.
The annual inflation rate in the Eurozone dipped sharply in May to 6.1 percent, its lowest level since Russia invaded Ukraine last year. Despite this, European Central Bank Chief Christine Lagarde hinted at further, more gradual interest rate hikes to bring inflation down to its target of 2 percent.
The war in Ukraine is stirring debate in one of Europe's last neutral states. Switzerland is certainly not looking to scrap neutrality, it’s just not sure what it actually means.
War reporting in the digital age: The flood of video footage from frontline trenches in Ukraine makes covering the war for journalists even more complex.
During her visit to South Africa, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock wants to push for greater efforts to end Russia's war of aggression against Ukraine.
Germany's foreign minister, Annalena Baerbock, is visiting South Africa, where she's expected to push for a stronger commitment to help end Russia's war in Ukraine. Pretoria's claim of neutrality has come under scrutiny, not least after US claims it supplied arms to Russia.
Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga said on Tuesday Africa 'must take a stand' on the Russia Ukraine war. He was speaking as African leaders prepared to head to St Petersburg to attend the Russia-Africa summit on July 27-29, as Moscow and the West compete for influence in Africa.
Russia is not taking part in the the two-day meeting. Kyiv said the delegates would look into a 10-point peace formula pushed by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Russia's new school history textbooks aim to present a different perspective on the Ukraine conflict. With a focus on "special military operations," the line between education and propaganda blurs.
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Josep Borrell, the EU's high representative for foreign and security policy, speaks to Talking Europe from New York, where he is attending the annual United Nations General Assembly. We discuss the big issues facing the EU in the world: Ukrainian grain exports and food security; the conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia; the EU's strategy in the Sahel, and migration.