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How to win the Ukrainian War in just a few easy steps

Not easy steps at all, but with just about every title on the internet being made up of clickbait exaggeration, I don't see why...

Urgent UN action is required for Ukraine

Many struggle to understand world powers’ refusal to enforce a No-Fly-Zone (NFZ), at least on the western rest of Ukraine not (yet) occupied by...

A message to the Russian people

I begin to write to you in the quiet moments of the night, having been once again awakened by the wailing sirens that warn...

No room for war lies: Even in Putin’s propaganda war, one must side with the victims

In complete violation of international law and modern ethical norms, Russia's autocratic ruler, Vladimir Putin, has waged an unprovoked war of aggression on Ukraine...

The West’s disunity stems from the latent Russophilia; anti-Anglo-Americanism of key EU nations

If you personify countries by combining their politics with their national identity, it's amazing how representative the characters are. For example, the UK is...

Russia called out at the UN Security Council

The calling for a special meeting of the Security Council at the UN this past week was a long-overdue diplomatic initiative or even diplomatic...

Conflict in Ukraine and Kosovo are connected

Vladimir Putin claims that protecting ethnic Russians justifies military action against Ukraine. Putin’s concern for Ukraine’s Russian minority is bombastic. His greater global goal...

Ukrainian president seeks total control over media

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has had two options since he was elected in 2019: either to improve the reality that he faced or to...

Why it’s important to save the independent Kyiv Post

When I returned to Ukraine to work for the Kyiv Post, I had a vague plan to stay for three years. Two years of combing...

On 9/11, it’s time for a reckoning and reflection of decades of failed US national security policy

A reckoning with America’s failed national security policy is long overdue.Our calamitous misadventures in the Middle East and the global financial collapse of 2008...

Ukraine’s president is using the ‘Kremlin excuse’ to ban media that doesn’t always agree with him

On the eve of his meeting with US President Joe Biden on September 1, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky pulled the plug on the opposition...

Ukraine is a test for the West and ‘Westlessness’

The G7 foreign ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, The United Kingdom and the United States, as well as the High Representative of...

Confrontation in Ukraine

The recent unprovoked amassing of Russian troops on Ukraine’s border has overtaken a significant event that took place a few weeks earlier when Russia...

US sanctions powerful Ukrainian oligarch Kolomoisky

The US has imposed sanctions on one of Ukraine’s most powerful oligarchs, Igor Kolomoisky over corruption allegations, the US Secretary of state, Antony Blinken said...

Zelensky bans three pro-Russian TV channels

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has banned three pro-Russian television channels, labelling them as a Kremlin "propaganda tool."The Presidency said that the TV channels were...

Learning the lessons of the Holocaust means telling the whole story

I was privileged to witness the United Nations General Assembly mark the very first International Holocaust Remembrance Day in January 2006. The need to...

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