New poll evidence shows that Russian and Ukrainian TV viewers have starkly different beliefs about who downed Flight MH17.
New scholarly research suggests Ukraine’s incomplete transition from authoritarianism was to blame for the violence of Euromaidan and subsequent events.
Casualties are never taken lightly by any ruler, but academic research suggests conditions under which the public can be more willing to tolerate battlefield deaths.
New survey evidence from the Ukraine and Crimea show high levels of mistrust towards both the Ukrainian and Russian governments' interest in peace.
The Carnegie Corporation of New York's "Rebuilding U.S.-Russian Relations" is a valuable source for expert commentary – here are a few examples.
As more women are becoming combatants in major armed conflicts around the globe, will our understanding of their impact keep pace?
New original survey research provides little evidence of mass support for separatism in Ukraine’s southern and eastern regions.
Putin's saber rattling may indicate real action in eastern Ukraine.
The Russian prime minister has hinted that his country might go to war if Russian banks are frozen out of the SWIFT messaging system. Why does Russia care so much?
The increase in conventional and symmetric non-conventional wars appears to account for some of the changing patterns in civil war duration, severity and termination.