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Re: Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky makes a speech in Kyiv, Ukraine on February 28, 2022. (Photo by Presidency of Ukraine/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky makes a speech in Kyiv, Ukraine on February 28, 2022. (Photo by Presidency of Ukraine/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is irrevocably changing the world in real time. As Putin escalates his campaign of destruction, Hudson’s Re: Ukraine newsletter highlights what you need to know about the shifting balances of power across politics, national security, technology, and the economy.

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July
* What Russia’s Retreat from Snake Island Means

April
* Ukraine Needs US Tech to Gain the Upper Hand in Donbass
*
Russia's Spiraling Defense Industry
* Failing To Take Kyiv, Putin Begins His Brutal Plan B
* An Irrevocable Blow: What Happens if Russia Conquers Odesa?

March
* Could Putin Use Weapons of Mass Destruction?
* 5 Ways to Protect Ukraine's Black Sea Coastline & Bolster NATO Deterrence
* 3 Key Priorities for Biden's Trip to Europe
* 5 Ways America's Actions Could Embolden Russia & Iran in the Middle East
* No Fly Zone Alternatives for Ukraine
* Why Hasn't Putin Unleashed Major Cyber and Electronic Warfare in Ukraine?
* 5 Insights Re: the Russian Oil Ban’s Cascading Effects
* China and Russia's Uneasy Partnership
* 5 Ways Putin’s War is Remaking NATO and Nuclear Deterrence
* Putin’s War Gambit Already Changing the Middle East
* The Strategic Implications Re: Putin's Nuclear Threat

February
* Targeting Putin's Henchmen
* "The fight is here; I need ammunition, not a ride." – President Zelensky
* 5 Insights Re: the Black Sea's Role in a Russian Invasion of Ukraine
* 5 Scenarios Re: Russia and Ukraine
* 5 Insights Re: Germany Toward Ukraine, Russia
* 12 US Policy Options Re: Ukraine and Countering Russian Aggression
* What to Look for Re: Ukraine and a Russian Hybrid Campaign

January
* What to Look for Re: Ukraine