Russia’s invasion of Ukraine: International impact and changing global images


Since World War II, the biggest problem in Europe has been Russia’s war on Ukraine. It may have been a year since this attack, but its impact is being felt even today. As a result of this war, there have been changes in global alliances, regardless of the war-torn regions, which have led to economic difficulties.

Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022. As the war began, Ukrainians began fleeing the country. Young Russians were now trying to avoid conscription. Furthermore, as a result of the attack, Russia, Finland and Sweden, which had been neutral for so many years, were vying for NATO membership.

Food and Economy:
African and Central Asian countries were largely dependent on wheat, barley, corn and edible oils supplied by Russia and Ukraine. Turkey and the United Nations allowed Ukraine to move its grain through Black Sea ports. But Russia continues to disrupt this traffic even today. Russia is the world’s largest producer of fertilizers and petroleum products, and Russia’s disruption of these products has led to food and gas shortages in Chad, Tunisia, and Sri Lanka.

Displaced people:
World Health Organization According to , the migration of Ukrainians during this war was the largest in Europe since World War II. More than eight million people have already fled the country. Many of them were forcibly relocated by Russia. The rest of the population has become dependent on the resources of Germany and Poland for education and hospital services.

Global Politics: Even Nuclear Powers Like Russia
europe Involved in the current ongoing war. As a result, global nations are reorganizing, which has raised concerns for NATO, the European Union, and the United States. Due to this war, there was a lot of upheaval in diplomatic relations. For example, Turkey, a NATO member, is now strengthening trade ties with Russia and opposes Sweden and Finland’s entry into NATO.

energy resources:
Russia is the world’s largest oil and gas producer. European countries were mostly dependent on Russia for oil, gas and diesel. Initially, oil and gas prices rose as a result of the war. But the increase in prices was under control as European countries searched for alternative energy sources and the European winter at this time was quite warm. For all these reasons, prices have now returned to pre-war levels.

Russia has the largest number of nuclear weapons compared to all other countries. Russia’s aggressive stance on Ukraine has reinvigorated NATO. Because of that, the US and other NATO member states have committed billions of dollars to purchase military equipment for Ukraine. Javelins, American-made anti-tank rockets, were important in the early military aid provided to Ukraine. In the latest development, Germany, Britain and the US are set to supply modern tanks to Ukraine.

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