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Narrowing Options in the Ukraine Crisis

Russian President Vladimir Putin recognized the independence of two Russian separatist republics in the Donbas region of Ukraine after…
Bradley Devlin February 22, 2022

NATO Bears Some Responsibility for the Ukraine Crisis

With the Russians massing 100,000 troops near Ukraine, and Western media continue to vilify Russian strongman Vladimir Putin, the…
Ivan Eland January 21, 2022

The Ukraine Crisis Can Be an Opportunity

The trouble with leading a great power is that, from time to time, the president is obliged to act…
Douglas Macgregor April 26, 2021

Right Now: Steve McIntyre on the Ukraine Crisis

In this week’s episode, Arthur talks to Steve McIntyre of the Climate Audit blog on the developing crisis in…
Jordan Bloom April 13, 2021

Will Ukraine Crisis Spark World War III?

Graham Allison consider it a remote possibility, but not as remote as he wishes it were. Excerpts: The rapid…
Rod Dreher May 11, 2014

Reagan and the Ukraine Crisis

The National Review editors make a typically nonsensical claim about the Ukraine crisis: This conflict, however, is one that…
Daniel Larison April 16, 2014

Here’s How to Think About Russia and the Ukraine Crisis

The Obama administration has imposed economic sanctions on Russian officials, and Russia has been suspended from the G-8. Some…
Daniel Larison March 27, 2014

Why is Ukraine’s Kerch Crisis Any of Our Business?

Upon his departure for the G-20 gathering in Buenos Aires, President Donald Trump canceled his planned weekend meeting with…
Patrick J. Buchanan November 30, 2018

The Global Fertilizer Crisis

Two months after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the global food crisis shows no signs of slowing. U.S. food prices…
John Hirschauer May 17, 2022