Is Ron DeSantis suffering for Donald Trump’s foreign policy sins?
Exotic Fish and Russian Missiles
A small aquarium brings a bit of normalcy to those living near the frontlines.
SVB’s Political Fault Lines
Plus: Trump steps up his retail politics game and House Republicans demand answers over the unauthorized release of military records.
The Schism Is Here
Republicans are fracturing over Ukraine.
After the Battle for Bakhmut
On the ground as Russian forces close in on a nearby town—and some weary locals refuse to leave.
Fact Check: Did Zelensky Attend a 1999 Pride Parade in New York?
A photo has been deceptively edited.
Fact Check: Did Volodymyr Zelensky Say that U.S. Troops Would Have to Fight in Ukraine?
A video clip has been stripped of important context.
Moldova in the Middle
Russia brings war to Moldova’s border, agitators to its capital, and disinformation to its cyberspace.
How Corporate Greed Helped Save Europe
When war broke out, countries were able to wean themselves from Russian energy.
On the rise of ‘the Ukraine war is fake’ conspiracy theorists.
A Time for American Stability—and Power
Our allies are pondering whether we are still a superpower.
Our Best Stuff From the Week We Marked One Year of War in Ukraine
Plus: Marjorie Taylor Greene calls for a national divorce, Roald Dahl is bowdlerized, and more.
Russia’s war, one year later.
A Congressional Fight Against Isolationism
The For Country Caucus wants Congress to take a bigger role in foreign policy.
The Dangers of an ‘Angry Pacifism’
What America can learn from a 20th-century British political cartoon character.
Has DeSantis Gone ‘Full Trump’ on Ukraine?
Nah. Only mostly Trump.