Yes, if there is a court order obliging you to pay the premiums for your ex-spouse. Please consult a tax attorney if you need to know whether your ex-spouse should be paying taxes on the premiums.
I do not think it would be "alimony". However, a CPA would be able to tell you if it is deductible.
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