28 February 2022
Find the latest information on what the University is doing for Ukrainian academics and students, and resources for staff and students on Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Comprehensive new support package will help those who have been forced to leave Ukraine or are unable to return, as well as those who have remained.
Writing for the Atlantic, Dr Rory Finnin looks at how Crimean Tatars have long helped shape Ukraine's identity and sense of self.
Prof Bill Hurst from the Centre for Geopolitics looks at how China is grappling with consequences of the invasion of Ukraine, plus the wider...
The humanitarian tragedy unfolding in Ukraine continues to galvanise our community. Led by the Ukraine Taskforce, the Collegiate University has...
Russia's years-long information war has failed to build support among Russian-speaking Ukrainians, especially in Donbas, argues Dr Jon Roozenbeek.
A study of the propaganda that flooded Donbas for years reveals a failure to build pro-Russian 'in-group' identities in the region, despite Putin’s...
Watch the all-day event that saw experts from Cambridge and beyond give lectures on the culture, history and economics of Ukraine.
Words shape our world. We must see Russia's war on Ukraine for what it is and stop appeasing Putin with our words, write Dr Rory Finnin and Dr Thomas...
A Cambridge Ukrainian Studies event saw Ukrainian journalists and analysts explore the role of propaganda as part of Russia’s hybrid warfare strategy.
A team of mediation experts led by Prof Marc Weller have launched a new resource in support of a peace settlement for Ukraine.
Jonathan Haslam writes for the Financial Times on how Russia’s invasion threatens to complicate Beijing’s relations with the west. (£)
Cristiane Derani argues that the war, and sanctions imposed, will spread a wave of food insecurity throughout the world.
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