On 24 February 2022, Russia launched a large scale invasion into Ukraine. This guide provides select resources on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine as well as provides places to get current and background information on the countries.
This guide is a work in progress. If you have recommendations of sources to add, please contact the OCC Librarians.
Thank you to the OCC Global Engagement Center for assisting with resources.
HistoryExtra (BBC History Magazine): 9 milestone 9 milestone moments in history that explain today’s invasion
Washington Post: "What is the historical relationship between Russia and Ukraine?"
The New York Review: "Ivan Ilyin, Putin’s Philosopher of Russian Fascism" by Timothy Snyder
The Ukrainian name for their capital city is Київ, which is usually transliterated Kyiv and pronounced KEE-eve.
The Russians call this city Киев, which transliterated Kiev and pronounced KEE-yev.
Mark Rice-Oxley of The Guardian explains why the correct pronunciation matters.