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War in Ukraine

This guide presents both trusted sources to find news about the ongoing war in Ukraine, and historical background.

Bloomberg terminals

The Bloomberg terminals in both NYC and Pleasantville libraries allow users to find not just financial data but also information on Ukraine.

You can use the following commands:

NI UKR <GO> Command ... News Topics Ukraine 

WSL RU <GO> Command ... Worksheet Sample Library 

UKRAIN <GOVT> Key <GO> Command... Ukraine Government International Bonds

UKRGB <GOVT> Key <GO> Command...Ukraine Government Bonds 

SANC <GO> Command... Sanctions Report 

NI QUICK <GO> Command... Russia/Ukraine Related Sanctions 

Economist Intelligence Unit 
(retrieve reports from Bloomberg Terminals) 

For more information on using the Bloomberg terminals see the guide below:

Avoiding misinformation and disinformation

There is a great deal of misinformation and deliberate disinformation online about the war in Ukraine.  Below you will find links to trusted information sources recommended by Pace library staff.

For more information on the Russian disinformation campaign, see these articles:

Russian disinformation is part of its war effort in Ukraine. How can the West respond? (Northeastern University)

Russia's Information War Is Being Waged on Social Media Platforms (Scientific American)

The Russian "Firehose of Falsehood" Propaganda Model (2016 analysis from the Rand Corporation)

For more information on finding reliable information and sifting out misinformation, see the guides below created by Pace librarians and resources from the NewsLiteracy Project.

Trusted news sources

Ukrainian sites

Source: Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies Resources guide by Dan Pennell, University of Pittsburgh

  News sites:

Guide Editors

David Callahan, Reference Librarian

Jennifer Rosenstein, Director, Beekman Library NYC

Ellen Sowchek, University Archivist