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29 Nov
Sporadic protests, arson attacks on enlistment offices and an open letter signed by dozens of local officials calling for Vladimir Putin's resignation: these are just some of the ways ordinary Russians are resisting the war in Ukraine.
2 Nov
Suella Braverman has also defended London's treatment of refugees after critics blamed her for the "wretched'' conditions endured by thousands of of newly arrived migrants.
9 Sep
K41 was one of the hottest nightspots in Ukraine. The techno club in Kyiv hosted DJs from all over the world before the Russian invasion temporarily closed its doors. Now, six months later, K41 has reopened outdoors.
3 Aug 2022
In an exclusive interview, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell told DW that the European Union is continuously working on reducing its dependency on Russian gas. However, he says, EU member states can't be asked to cut off those gas supplies "overnight."
13 Apr 2022
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12 Apr 2022
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8 Apr 2022
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2 Apr 2022
Does 22 years in power change a man? Or was this Vladimir Putin's grand design all along? In justifying his invasion of Ukraine, the master of the Kremlin talked of "denazification" and how Russians and Ukrainians are the same people. Now, with the ground offensive failing to net a quick win, Moscow is reportedly dialling back the "denazification" part. We ask if it's true.
1 Apr 2022
On March 30, Russia's foreign minister made his first visit to China since the start of the war in Ukraine, declaring that Moscow and Beijing will move towards a "multipolar, just, democratic world order". US President Joe Biden, meanwhile, told a business roundtable meeting that the US must lead what he described as a "new world order". So what does Russia's invasion of Ukraine say about the new global balance of power? Michael Cox, Emeritus Professor of International Relations at the London School of Economics, joined us for Perspective to tell us more.
31 Mar 2022
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30 Mar 2022
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