Sources about the Russian invasion

There are a lot of good sources, mostly in English, to follow Russia’s 2022 invasion of Ukraine. By far and away, Twitter has the best and most up-to-date info.

Michael Koffman is a US-based academic and Russian military analyst who’s been chillingly pessimistic and grim from the start. He’s been dead right on everything so far, he’s the best person to follow for the big picture on the Russian military.

Max Seddon is the Moscow bureau chief for Ft. Good insights and retweets of on the ground events.

Christopher Miller is a BuzzFeed reporter in Ukraine. No joke, BuzzFeed does serious journalism in Ukraine.

Rob Lee is a military analyst that catalogues OSINT and other local sources while adding his own analysis.

The Kyiv Independent is the best English-language news source in Ukraine by far.

Illia Ponomarenko is a journalist for the Kyiv Independent and also worth following.

Thomas van Linge aggregates from many other sources, also good to follow.

The best Western journalist to cover the war in 2014 is Simon Ostrovsky, his Russian Roulette series is the best background to the war that had been simmering in Eastern Ukraine for almost a decade.