Ukraine War: In this issue, we explore the continuing nightmare to which Ukrainians wake up each day.
Ukrainian poet Iya Kiva raises questions for Russian invaders and her fellow countrymen as Ukraine continues to endure unending war and hardships: 'what have you got there, brothers...ask our dead'
In an interview with Outlook Editor Chinki Sinha, Ukrainian poet Boris Dralyuk talks about a poet’s role in a war
Jeffrey Witsoe tells us how the civil society of Kyiv has joined hands to fight the world’s second largest army
Cocking a snook at their mighty foe, the museum put together by citizens of central Kyiv proudly displays burnt and battered Russian tanks and war equipment
Poetry, with its maximum frankness and emotionality, breaks all the check valves that allow you to experience the war as a huge trauma and not go crazy
Two Ukrainian shutterbugs, Alessio Mamo and Franceso Malavolta, are capturing and documenting the horrors of the Ukraine war and the pain and the suffering it has brought upon a nation through their craft
Russian propaganda can claim Ukraine is a fake state, but Ukrainians know the truth: they can steal our history, they can rewrite our books, but they cannot rewrite our memory, writes Mariia Shuvalova
Bohdana Sakhno tells how Ukrainians look up to the poet, artist, ethnographer, thinker, activist of the national movement and, in modern terms, a dissident. There is no truer cultural genius in Ukraine than Shevchenko
After decades of calm between Russia and the U.S.-led western nations, the intense Cold War era rivalry between the two blocks has now been revived
Amit Lath recalls how the Indian diaspora worked overtime with the Indian embassy to bring home hundreds of students stranded on the border after they fled Ukraine amid bombing and shelling by the Russian troops
Civil society members come together to form Aerorozvidka, a drone infotech initiative, to bolster Ukraine’s defence effort and outwit the Russians
Driven by the everyday bravery and resilience of ordinary Ukrainians, the truculent artists of the country have the same vision of victory as their those responding to the invasion on the frontlines.
With the war protracting, a fatigue is setting in Poland, and many like Marek Kubicki, who is a doctor and provides free medical aid to refugees, are now excited more about the FIFA World Cup 2022 than what’s happening in Ukraine
Filmmaking has become a casualty of the Russian war on Ukraine, with filmmakers finding it difficult to work on their craft, owing to a funding crunch, and make ends meet.
In his War Diary, poet Ilya Kaminsky, the author of Deaf Republic, describes the horrors of war and its paradoxes through his incisive tweets