1. Fragmenting world order, untied nations: The impact of the Ukraine war on global interconnectedness is a cause for worry in the post-World War order, writes our Diplomatic Affairs Editor Suhasini Haidar
  2. Are United Nations votes black and white? Delegations do not vote for or against other countries; they vote for themselves, seasoned diplomat T.P. Sreenivasan argues
  3. Srinivasan Ramani writes on Kyiv, ‘The epicentre of Ukrainian resistance’. The Russian bid to envelope the capital city appears to be stalled, even though the invading troops have made advances in the east and south, he explains in this piece
  4. Can the developed world respond to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine — a flagrant violation of international law — by adopting measures not rooted in international law? – academic Prabhash Ranjan’s piece
  5. New Delhi should note President Zelensky’s constructive rethink and also drop its silence on Ukraine’s suffering, writes Chinmaya R. Gharekhan, India’s former Permanent Representative to the United Nations