if the flooding of the frontlines by unprepared new recruits results in exorbitant Russian casualties, the true effect may be to make Russia’s armed forces look weaker than ever.
Simon MaassSeptember 26, 2022
Putin has failed to meet his objectives, but Ukraine has a difficult rebuilding process ahead, even with expected international support.
Alan DowdSeptember 21, 2022
Ukraine’s actions have been broadly reflective of the desire to protect innocents and to stop the military aggressor that is killing innocents through indiscriminate strikes.
Rebeccah HeinrichsAugust 15, 2022
Biden fears escalation; this plays into the hands of Putin, the former KGB operative, who exploits the West’s moral weakness with both cunning and barbarism.
J. Daryl CharlesAugust 8, 2022
Troubling distortions from the right wing outlet The Epoch Times on the Ukrainian Invasion.
Simon MaassAugust 3, 2022
The Russian invasion of Ukraine helped the West remember that it is fortified by a shared love of peace.
Abigail WilsonJune 30, 2022
Ukrainian refugees are driving increased human trafficking in Poland. The US plays a critical role in combatting trafficking as the backbone of NATO.
Rebecca MunsonJune 29, 2022
We should call for a “Mothers’ March on Moscow.” We should urge no violence, nothing radical, nothing revolutionary. But the idea just might take root among women in the vast Russian heartland.
Robert MorrisonJune 1, 2022
The Mosfilm war movies collection greatly enhances understanding of the political psychology of contemporary Russian external aggression, especially the otherwise almost inexplicable official framing of the Ukrainian invasion
Mark R. RoyceMay 31, 2022
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