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Also read CREEES' Statement of Solidarity with Ukraine. For more information, one can also look into the UT Libraries Guide on Russian Invasion of Ukraine (includes archives) resource.

Background

Reliable News Outlets

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How to Help

Thank you to Brigitte Le NormandAndrea Orzoff, and Nataliya Bugayova for help in compiling these resources.

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Student/Scholar Resources

During a challenging time like this, International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) and other campus resources are available to support you.

Advisors in ISSS are here for you. Please reach out for any support you may need.

IIE’s Emergency Student Fund will rush aid to Ukrainian students in need who are studying at U.S. colleges and universities. Support IIE’s Emergency Student Fund to rush financial assistance to these students.

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Faculty/Staff Recommendations

An excellent analysis, by a career military historian, of how weak Russia's position in Ukraine is in the face of Ukraine's coordinated resistance. 

Harvard’s Ukrainian Research Institute. They note: “Russia’s war in Ukraine began in 2014 and has continued for the past eight years. On February 24, Russia invaded Ukraine, initiating a full-scale war and elevating the crisis to a new level. What is motivating Putin’s moves now, and what background do we need to understand why? The resources on this page help explain.”

Terrell Jermaine Starr is a journalist and scholar who specializes in the subject of race in Russia, Ukraine, and Georgia. He is currently based in Ukraine right now and last week was featured on the NPR show 1A. This episode is a bit dated at this point but many may find the roundtable conversation helpful plus Starr’s analyses (including those from his social media accounts) provide nuanced discussions about race. Follow him on Twitter: @terrelljstarr

UT Affilated Faculty and Students in Media

Also view the UT CREEES YouTube Channel.

Global Disinformation Lab Director and CREEES Assistant Professor Kiril Avramov: 
Professor Jeremi Suri, LBJ School of Public Affairs:
CREEES MA Alumnus Matt Orr:
CREEES MA Alumnus Audrius Rickus:
History PhD student Rebecca Johnston:
CREEES Professor Steven Seegel:
Professor Robert Moser and Associate Professor Patrick McDonald (Government):
CREEES MA student Misha Symanovskyy:
CREEES MA Alumnus Matt Orr:
Professors Robert Moser & Jeremi Suri, Intelligence Studies Project Director Stephen Slick, Strauss Center Director Robert Chesney, Post Doctoral Fellow, Clements Center Alexandra Sukalo:  
Professor Jeremi Suri, LBJ School of Public Affairs:
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