Russia’s recognition of the separatist republics likely means that reinvigorating Minsk II is no longer on the table.
NATO's expansion humiliated Russia and put the nation on the offensive rather than securing European peace.
The tense relationship between America and Russia can be improved if Biden makes the right moves.
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Graham Allison consider it a remote possibility, but not as remote as he wishes it were. Excerpts: The rapid slide from lawlessness to violence…
The National Review editors make a typically nonsensical claim about the Ukraine crisis: This conflict, however, is one that will determine whether the West’…
Daniel Larison answers seven urgent questions about NATO, Putin's irredentism, and a second Cold War.
And are we really willing to risk war on behalf of it?
The human suffering in Ukraine is predicated on massive U.S. military aid, and is transforming an ailing country into a bankrupt failed state.
The possible outcomes from the start of the war remain the same today.