James Marson Correspondent
  • Brussels
  • The Wall Street Journal

James Marson is European Security Correspondent for The Wall Street Journal, based in Brussels. He previously worked as deputy bureau chief in Moscow and as a correspondent in Kyiv.

Focus Areas

  • European Security

114 Articles
20 days ago
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In Kherson, Celebration Turns to Apprehension Amid Food, Power Shortages

In the recently retaken southern Ukrainian capital, the celebratory dancing to music on the main square has been repl...

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22 days ago
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MH17 Verdict to Be a Test in Efforts to Bring Russians to Justice

Prosecutors say four men murdered 298 passengers and crew with a missile from Russia. Moscow and the suspects deny wr...

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25 days ago
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Ukraine Races to Restore Power, Water in Kherson After Russian Withdrawal

Ukrainian forces that swept into the southern city over the weekend were greeted by jubilant crowds, but a municipal ...

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29 days ago
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Russia Announces a Withdrawal From Kherson, Only Regional Ukrainian Capital It Held

Ukrainian forces have advanced town by town on Kherson in recent weeks, using long-range artillery to strike bridges ...

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about 2 months ago
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How Ukrainian Strategy Is Running Circles Around Russia’s Lumbering Military

Classic military operations and nimble battlefield decision-making are exploiting the incompetence and top-down comma...

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3 months ago
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Ukraine’s Zelensky Visits Recaptured City, Calls for More Help From Western Allies

The Ukrainian president made his first trip to the Kharkiv region since Ukrainian forces recaptured thousands of squa...

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3 months ago
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Ukraine Claims Fresh Gains Against Russian Forces in Country’s East

Ukrainian forces have retaken more than 1,000 square miles in the Kharkiv region in recent days, according to the cou...

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3 months ago
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Ukrainian Forces Punch Forward in East, Threatening Russian Supply Lines

Ukraine’s military advanced as much as 30 miles in the country’s east and liberated more than 20 villages and towns, ...

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3 months ago
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Ukrainian Troops Advance in East, Threatening Russian Supply Route

An unexpected Ukrainian military offensive in the east near the country’s second-largest city of Kharkiv is gaining g...

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3 months ago
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Ukraine’s Zelensky Hails Small Advances in South, East

Ukraine’s military indicated it had expanded a bridgehead across the Inhulets River in the country’s south, where it ...

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3 months ago
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U.N. Inspectors Leave Kyiv for Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant

An International Atomic Energy Agency team headed to the Russian-occupied nuclear-power plant early Wednesday, pledgi...

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3 months ago
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Ukraine Tries to Make Southern Offensive a Turning Point in War

Kyiv is looking to prove that its forces can retake territory and evict Russian forces from land seized early in the ...

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