The West must realize that more is at stake with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine than just who controls eastern Ukraine
J. Daryl CharlesSeptember 22, 2023
Perhaps Meir, who supposedly believed Russia never changes, would also note that Russia never learns.
Mark TooleySeptember 12, 2023
America never recognized the USSR’s occupation of the Baltics, but didn’t let it derail our diplomacy. This should be our approach with Ukraine and Crimea.
Robert MorrisonAugust 16, 2023
The use of cluster munitions is not inherently immoral.
Edward G. StaffordAugust 14, 2023
Re-foresting The Slash between the United States and Canada could be the model for a Slash between Russia and Ukraine.
Robert MorrisonJuly 31, 2023
The Biden administration and the permanent bureaucracy are chained to an idea of foreign affairs that fails to protect American interests in an era of Great Power conflict.
Mike CotéJuly 19, 2023
Kissinger the Centenarian continues to amaze – his wisdom is a national treasure in this troubled twenty-first century.
Robert MorrisonJune 20, 2023
Ukraine’s fate, most assuredly, will determine the West’s – and America’s – authority in the world.
J. Daryl CharlesJune 19, 2023
Peace with Russia, as in Soviet times, has always been unpalatable but necessary.
Robert MorrisonMay 16, 2023
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