20 stories about Ukraine
מוסף שבועי 22.2.24  אלכסיי נבלני בצעדת מחאה במוסקבה

Navalny’s murder: The final stage of Putin’s transformation of Russia into a fascist state

22.02.24|Yigal Liverant
Each stage of Vladimir Putin's struggle with the charismatic opposition leader Alexei Navalny symbolized with chilling precision Russia's transformation from a young and flawed democracy to a hardening autocracy, and finally to a fascist totalitarian state
הקברניט סטארלינק לוויין רוסיה יירוט

In Musk we trust? Starlink is a double-edged sword in modern warfare

28.09.23|Omer Kabir
The geopolitical implications of a single individual controlling a worldwide communication system are far-reaching and concerning
חייל אוקראיני מטפל ברחפן

Starlink Wars: Musk controls battlefield from his office chair

02.08.23|Omer Kabir
Starlink, Elon Musk's Internet satellite company, dominates its sector and, among other things, enables the Ukrainian army to fight against Russia. The problem: one person holds extraordinary power to connect or disconnect large areas of the world
David's Sling קלע דוד

We'll always have Paris: Geopolitical shakeup means big business for Israel's defense sector

26.06.23|Yuval Azulay
Israel Aerospace Industries, Rafael, Elbit and others showed out in full force in the Paris Air Show after a record year in which Israel exported a record $12.5 billion in defense products
Irena Ben-Yakar  Deloitte Israel

For companies, ESG efforts invite both celebration and scrutiny

01.08.22|James Spiro
Environmental, Social, and corporate Governance is becoming a mainstay for companies - to the delight and ire of many
Melanie Garson Tony Blair

The internet is “at risk of fracturing” amid geopolitical unrest and unregulated tech companies

10.07.22|James Spiro
Technology is both the underlying problem and solution to the world’s biggest challenges off and on the internet, explains Dr. Melanie Garson of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change
מוסף שבועי 11.7.19 ארקדי וולוז' נשיא יאנדקס העולמית

Israel's missed opportunity to recruit Ukrainian and Russian tech employees

22.05.22|Sophie Shulman
While the Israeli government is busy debating whether or not to grant Russian and Ukrainian tech workers work visas, they have already been granted entry by Turkey and Poland who are beating Israel in solving the tech worker shortage
ילדים במחנה פליטים באוקראינה משתמשים בקסדות V

Israel's field hospital in Ukraine using VR to treat refugees

10.04.22|Omer Kabir
The staff of Israeli field hospital “Kohav Meir” visited a refugee camp for Ukrainians displaced from their homes equipped with advanced VR goggles, and telehealth devices to diagnose patients remotely
מוסף שבועי 10.3.22 ולדימיר פוטין והאוליגרכים

These are the Russian oligarchs circling Putin

14.03.22|Sophie Shulman
Toy soldiers or a hope for a coup? Here's a rundown of the oligarchs surrounding the Russian president and why the West should lower their expectations of them
Dan Fishel OurCrowd

4 ways the war in Europe will change global tech

04.03.22|Dan Fishel
How might the war between Russia and Ukraine affect the global tech ecosystem in case of a protracted conflict, asks Dan Fishel of OurCrowd
מימין ויקטור וקסלברג רומן אברמוביץ' ו מיכאיל פרידמן

From Russia with Money: Amid Ukraine invasion investors look toward Israel

02.03.22|Sophie Shulman
Panic-stricken wealthy Russian Jews, many of whom have already fled in private planes or on yachts for homes abroad, are realizing that Israel is an attractive and important investment option
סטיבה והצוות

Despite Russia-Ukraine tensions, Axiom Space mission is “ready to fly”

01.03.22|Yafit Ovadia
“Ax-1 is really a path finder for new commercial opportunities in low-Earth orbit, and the research will lead to space exploration becoming fully commercial,” says Axiom Space Director
עולים על רכבת חילוץ ב קייב

Russia-Ukraine conflict presenting Israeli tech with real-world challenges

27.02.22|Sophie Shulman
While the world’s eyes are glued to the news, Israeli high-tech companies with centers in the Ukraine attempt to move hundreds of their workers out of the country
Nadav Arbel Dudu Jansenson CYREBRO

As Russia-Ukraine violence escalates, CYREBRO’s security efforts cross the digital into the physical

24.02.22|James Spiro
The company, which usually helps clients with their cybersecurity needs, is facing its second crisis in its second country in its second year
הפגנה בקייב

Israeli tech companies are bracing for Ukrainian crisis escalation

15.02.22|Maayan Manela
Numerous Israeli companies have R&D centers in Ukraine and some are already relocating employees due to the fear from a potential Russian invasion
Farm Vertical Field

Vertical Field prepares to launch its topsy-turvy farms in Ukraine

06.01.21|James Spiro
The country’s national distributor, Moderntrendo SRO, will promote the fields to more than 260,000 daily customers