POLITICO MAGAZINE: Ukraine Needs More Than Just Weapons to Win. That’s Where I Come In.

I drive donated equipment to Ukraine’s frontlines. Here’s a photo diary of my deliveries.

When Vladimir Putin’s Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, I was a long way away, scuba diving in Madagascar. Having decided to stop reporting on conflicts, I was writing a book on Cuba. But when the war broke out next door to my native Poland, I was overwhelmed by the scale of the monstrosity and couldn’t stay away.Click here to read more.

MOTHER JONES: She Was on the Front Lines of Whale Conservation. Now She’s on the Front Lines of War

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine upended Olga Shpak’s life—and a generation of science.

ALASKAN PUBLIC MEDIA | PBS NPR | With Alaskans’ help, Ukrainian woman gets much-needed supplies to her war-torn country

With Alaskans’ help, Ukrainian woman gets much-needed supplies to her war-torn country

CNN PODCAST | The People Fueling Ukraine’s ‘Will to Win’

The People Fueling Ukraine’s ‘Will to Win’

It’s been one year since Russia invaded Ukraine, setting off the bloodiest land war in Europe since World War II. Since then, the bravery and ingenuity of the Ukrainian people has been on full display while its military has defied the odds and inflicted staggering losses on the Russian army. In today’s episode, we hear some of their stories and look at what comes next as the conflict drags on.

Guest: Clarissa Ward, CNN Chief International Correspondent

To read the full CNN transcript of this story click here.