The Russian invasion of Ukraine constitutes the first major land war in Europe in decades. It threatens lives across the region, the post–Cold War international order, and the stability of the global economy.
On this page: Einaudi experts provide analysis of the Ukraine crisis that helps put our world in focus.
Einaudi Center Statement of Solidarity
Einaudi, IES, and PACS Directors Condemn Russian Attack
March 3, 2022: The invasion violates international law, the principles of national sovereignty, and basic human rights.
Global Cornell: Support and How to Help
Visit Global Cornell's War in Ukraine advocacy page for more university statements and resources for the campus community and Cornell's Ukrainian and Russian students, faculty, and staff.
Op-eds and Insights
In Monkey Cage
Rosenfeld: Russian Public Opinion on the War
On New Yorker Radio
Expert Voices at Einaudi
Explore these selected experts, and find more of our world-class regional, historical, and comparative experts at Einaudi's Institute for European Studies and Judith Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies. The Einaudi Center works closely with Cornell's Media Relations Office. Check out recent news tip sheets.
Mabel Berezin | European impacts
Dmitry Bykov | Putin, Russia's decline
Matthew Evangelista | war, Russian politics
Cristina Florea | Ukrainian history
Sarah Kreps | politics, national security
Nicholas Mulder | economic sanctions
Bryn Rosenfeld | regime transitions
Stephen Yale-Loehr | human rights, migration
Events and Videos
March 9: Counterterrorism Between the Wars: An International History
Mary Barton, a U.S. government analyst, tells a global story of the demise of empires, the rise of communism, and the cooperation between the United Kingdom and United States that would evolve into the Five Eyes intelligence alliance. The Five Eyes justice chiefs have strongly supported Ukraine's efforts to prosecute war crimes arising from Russia's invasion.