With several new reports emerging about the conditions in Ukraine, many key narratives the U.S. government and mainstream media have long reported as fact should be questioned and examined for potential media bias.
Leaders from the 31 members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) met in Lithuania this week to discuss the goals and future of the alliance as war continues on the European continent.
Wagner mercenaries briefly marched on Moscow last weekend after the group's leader claimed they were attacked by Russian missiles.
Protestors recently took to the streets in Tbilisi, Georgia to express their discontent with a new law that they believed would impede their chances at a European future.
There have been mounting calls from Ukrainian and other activists and political leaders to prosecute Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes in Ukraine, including authorizing attacks on civilians. There has also been public skepticism that this could actually happen.
The war in Ukraine risks creating global food shortages, inflating prices even higher, and putting farmers at a severe disadvantage in combating climate change.
Updates on unconfirmed stories, disputed claims, and examples of propaganda and disinformation relating to the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict.
The apparently intentional killings of Ukrainian civilians by Russian troops led to new sanctions and harsh condemnations from world leaders this week.
Missile strikes continued this week around the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, despite claims from Russia that its objectives there were complete.
Good-faith actors must step up in this time of crisis. Here’s what we at AllSides are doing.
As war continues in Ukraine, Senate confirmation hearings were held for Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson this week.
For the first few weeks of the war, rooting for Ukraine was painless for most Americans. But it’s about to get a lot more difficult.
Already-high energy costs in the U.S. are rising more as the global economy responds to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
The first casualty of war, says historian Ronald Suny, is not just the truth. Often, he says, “it is what is left out.”
Russia is bombing civilian areas and trying to overtake major Ukrainian cities, but is being met with resistance and heavy sanctions.
Putin's ordering of his nation’s troops into Ukraine also overturned the White House's plans for Biden’s re-coming out party.
If you’re just tuning in, Russia’s missile strikes and troop movements in Ukraine may seem like a sudden and shocking development. However, the attacks are a culmination of months of rising tensions between Russia and the West. Here at AllSides, we vigilantly monitor the news cycle for...
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced what he called a "special military operation" in Ukraine, as other nations accused him of launching war in Europe.