The Attack on Ukraine

Faculty and staff experts and students talk with Dartmouth News about the Russian invasion of Ukraine. “It is an unconscionable, awful act of senseless aggression. I feel grief, anger, shame, sorrow, fear, anxiety, and guilt. I stand with Ukraine,” says senior lecturer Svetlana Grushina.
 

Dartmouth Stands With Ukraine

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Sign that reads "Stop War: Stand With Ukraine"
Scores of protesters, many holding signs, took to the Green on March 4 to rally support for Ukraine as deadly attacks continued following the Russian invasion last month. (Photo by Eli Burakian ’00)

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The Costs of War

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More photos from Provostial Fellow James Nachtwey ’70 show the deadly destruction and brutality in Bucha, Kharkiv, Irpin, and elsewhere in Ukraine.
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Londongrad Is Falling Down

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Professor of Sociology Brooke Harrington is quoted about pressures on oligarchs from sanctions, noting they are “more thin-skinned than the average bear…What motivates them is being respected or feared or envied by other oligarchs.”
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Collecting Bodies in Bucha

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Photography by Provostial Fellow James Nachtwey ’70 is featured in a New Yorker story about the massacre discovered in the Ukrainian city of Bucha after Russian troops withdrew from the Kyiv suburb.