War in Ukraine
One year on
At the one-year mark of the invasion, Atlantic Council experts took stock of what has changed and what’s next for Russia, Ukraine, NATO, and more.
UkraineAlert Jun 6, 2023
Ukraine’s summer counteroffensive is a key moment but long-term resolve remains crucial
Ukraine’s summer counteroffensive is an important moment in the war with Russia but it is critical to maintain a sense of perspective and underline the need for long-term Western backing, writes Tennyson Dearing.
New Atlanticist Jun 6, 2023
Three questions (and expert answers) about the dam collapse in Ukraine
By Atlantic Council experts
Atlantic Council experts answer pressing questions about the broken Nova Kakhovka dam in southern Ukraine, including what it means for the ongoing war and if damaging it amounts to a war crime.
#ACFrontPage events with Andriy Yermak
New Atlanticist Jun 22, 2023
Will Ukraine join NATO? Here’s a top Ukrainian official and former NATO leader’s game plan for the Vilnius summit.
By Katherine Walla
Andriy Yermak and Anders Fogh Rasmussen detail what they expect from the Alliance at the Vilnius summit, from security guarantees to a clear pathway for membership.
New Atlanticist Mar 25, 2022
Zelenskyy’s chief of staff: Ukraine needs ‘more bravery’ from NATO
By Dan Peleschuk
In this exclusive Atlantic Council event, Andriy Yermak called for more weapons, wider sanctions against Russia, and a tougher global stance against Russian President Vladimir Putin.
New Atlanticist Jan 14, 2022
Top Ukrainian official: Get the presidents of Ukraine, Russia, and the US together
By Dan Peleschuk
Andriy Yermak, chief of staff to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, appeared at an Atlantic Council Front Page event Friday to discuss his country’s security at a perilous moment.
Dive into the data
The Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center, in partnership with Razom for Ukraine, summarizes the $8.5 billion supplied by the United States to Ukraine in direct budget support. From pensions for seniors to salaries for first responders, US budget support has helped to guarantee Ukrainian society’s ability to wage war.