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Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Resources

Selective list of English language resources gleaned from Ukrainian organizations and universities around the world.

Updated resources outside WVC

Thanks to university libraries, Ukrainian institutes, and journalists around the world, we are able to provide you with this very selective list of English-language resources to help you understand the conflict from a historical perspective and to keep you up-to-date on the crisis as it unfolds. Thanks to Dr. Ernest Zitser of Duke University Libraries for sharing his content and jump starting this resource guide.

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English Language Ukrainian Newspapers:

At this time, independent journalism from Russia is difficult to find. Many of their outlets have been shut down. See this release from the International Federation of Journalists.

WVC Library Resources

Films On Demand

Events (Upcoming and Past)

Twitter Feeds

Follow these Ukraine-based journalists, correspondents and Ukraine / Russia experts on Twitter:

  • Terrell Jermain Starr, non-resident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center and senior reporter at the The Root, an English-language online magazine of African-American culture.
  • Olga Tokariuk, Kyiv-based independent journalist and non-resident Fellow at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA).
  • Christopher Miller, an American retired United States Army Special Forces colonel and former acting US Secretary of Defense.
  • Natalia Gumeniuk, head of Hromadske International.
  • Illia Ponomarenko, defense reporter with The Kyiv Independent.
  • Francis Scarr, reporter for the British Broadcasting Company.
  • Neil Hauer, independent journalist in country.
  • Shaun Walker, journalist for The Guardian.
  • Christopher Miller, correspondent for BuzzFeedNews.
  • OSINTtechnical, American blogger and freelancer at UK Defense Journal, who publishes open source imagery of fighting.
  • Michael McFaul, former U.S. Ambassador to Russia; professor at Stanford.
  • Masha Gessen, Russian-American author and journalist.
  • Alexander Vinman, retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel; former White House Security Council member