The success of Ukraine's counteroffensives in Kharkiv and Southern Ukraine — and the increasing ferocity of Russian attacks on civilians and critical infrastructure — have ushered in a new phase of the war. How is Ukraine adapting to this new phase of the war, as Putin threatens mass destruction and winter loom? What challenges are emerging to the resilience of Ukraine's military, its state, society, and economy? What new support does Ukraine need to persevere?
Volodymyr Dubovyk, Associate Professor, Department of International Relations, Mechnikov National University
Tanya Lokot, Associate Professor, School of Communications, Dublin City University
Hanna Shelest, Senior Fellow, Transatlantic Defense and Security, Center for European Policy Analysis
Olga Tokariuk, Fellow, Center for European Policy Analysis
Sam Greene, Director, Democratic Resilience, Center for European Policy Analysis