Ukraine

What Will Become of Good and Evil? – Reflections on Ukraine at the Two-Year Mark

Supporting Ukraine should not be viewed as charity. Rather, it is the first and most important part of U.S. foreign policy

Ukrainian Film and the Chronic Ineffectiveness of International Law

Putin has learned to create just enough seditious mayhem to subvert international law, but not enough to provoke war

Planning for Ukrainian Victory

American military planners have not given the Ukrainians the tools they need to win and win now

From the Peloponnesian War to Putin 

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine echoes Athens’ invasion of Melos in the Peloponnesian War

Russia: Orthodox by Culture, Imperialist by Nature

How Russia’s national security doctrine gobbled up the orthodox church.

Ukraine, the U.S., and the Budapest Memorandum

The cost of aiding Ukraine may be high, but the cost of not is probably higher

Russia’s March Elections Will Tell Who Wants Victory in Ukraine More

Putin is in more danger of losing support in Russia over Ukraine than many believe

Four Endings to the War in Ukraine

What terms will Ukraine, Russia, and the West ultimately come to?

The Real Threat to Religious Freedom in Ukraine

Accusations against Ukraine of religious persecution ignore collaboration between the Russian Orthodox Church and Putin