It is clear that NATO did not completely heed President Zelenskyy’s original call to provide Ukraine with a clear timeline for its path towards membership. That timeline would have served as a beacon of hope, invigorating Ukraine’s resolve to endure and prosper.Continue reading
This article shares the intimate experience of Joris Meiklejohn, a second year engineering student at the University of Toronto, and the time he spent in the Lithuanian army during the Covid 19 pandemic and the start of the Russian war in Ukraine.Continue reading
A “diplomatic solution” in Ukraine would be a group hug around a delusion, the only predictability being its breach.Continue reading
Here’s the backstory to the backstory of our July 31 drone strike that killed Ayman al-Zawahiri, head of al Qaeda, and the apparent connection.Continue reading
We are a group of Ukrainian academic economists who were grieved by a series of your recent interviews and commentaries on the Russian war on Ukraine. We believe that your public opinion on this matter is counter-productive to bringing an end to the unjustified Russian invasion of Ukraine and all the deaths and suffering it has brought into our home country.Continue reading
Seeking to merely “contain” Putin is not enough. We have been outplayed, outsmarted and outmaneuvered in Europe, the Middle East, Venezuela, Africa and the Arctic. And simply repeating the pattern of reacting, deterring, responding, defending will not work.Continue reading
After the Geneva Summit between Vladimir Putin and President Joe Biden, it is time to ask why the irreducible precondition to that approach was so sedulously ignored at the Summit, and afterward.Continue reading
Although bi-partisan support for American support of Ukraine remains strong, bizarrely there is a growing resistance to it by the Republican Party’s far-right.Continue reading
This article discusses the error of drawing an analogy between today’s Ukrainian crisis to the 1962 Cuban Missile crisis asserting that
due to Ukraine’s denuclearization following the Budapest Accord the situation today is different than what took place in 1962.
This article discusses the danger posed by Russian troops collecting on the Ukrainian border and the menace of Russian invasions
together with the demands put forward by Putin to Biden and NATO and how the West should respond to those demands.