Russia’s absurd claims about ‘smart’ landmines show it’s high time the world put limits on autonomous weapons.
Here are five books to help you understand what’s happening in Ukraine and Russia, from a must-read history of Ukraine to insights into the Russian soul.
Putin has left his fan club of European right-wing populists squirming. United in embarrassment and politically sidelined.
It’s time for a new brand of democratic liberalism that understands and harnesses power of markets for social and economic good.
There are no measures to prevent Russian market participants from using cryptocurrencies to dodge economic sanctions, says UNSW Business School's Elvira Sojli.
Alphabet, Apple, Meta, Amazon and Microsoft have each taken some form of action against Russia – but the actual impact it will have isn’t clear.
While some oligarchs have broken ranks with the Kremlin, there is no sign yet other elites are so discontented as to take action against Putin.
UNSW academics warn that 21st century battles are now being fought digitally, as well as with missiles on land, sea and air.
For the first time since World War II, a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council has employed force to appropriate territory of another UN Member State.
UNSW has experts available for comment on the Ukraine invasion.