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Tag: Ukraine War

The silent slaughter of the flower of Ukraine’s youth

The tragic sacrifice of thousands of young Ukrainians in an ill-advised and long delayed counteroffensive against Russian forces in Ukraine.

When will US join global call to end Ukraine War?

There are many peace initiatives to end the war in Ukraine being pursued by leaders and countries around the world as the United States clings to its dogged determination to prolong the war at great cost in Ukrainian lives and at the risk of nuclear war.

A timely call for peace in Ukraine by US national security...

This intervention by an important group of U.S. national security experts comes at a time when Ukraine is delaying its long-promised spring offensive to avoid "unacceptable" losses, and a return to the negotiating table can therefore save countless lives.

What American media won’t tell us about the Putin and Xi...

China’s moves in the Middle East and apparent endorsement of Putin’s imperialist goals in Ukraine necessitate a response from the West.

Ukraine and the lessons of the Iraq War

Only those who have failed to learn the lessons of the Iraq War would fail to make the same demand of Russia as a prerequisite for a just peace today.

Can NATO and the Pentagon find a diplomatic off-ramp from the...

The precarious fine line the United States and NATO are walking in Ukraine, caught between their commitment to an open-ended, ever-escalating war and the existential danger of nuclear war that it may lead to.

The oil and gas industry is using the war in Ukraine...

Activists warn that calls for energy independence are just “peace washing” the fossil fuels that enabled this conflict.

We must turn solidarity with Ukraine into the new normal for...

The global North’s unprecedented support for Ukrainians has revealed racist double standards. But it’s also an opportunity to extend such solidarity to everyone.

On the 3rd anniversary of the Christchurch attack, the Ukraine crisis...

Ultimately, who are Ukraine’s enemies? The Russian state? Or those who sit on the sidelines doing just enough to stay out of the war?

Why Ukraine matters

If Putinism is victorious in Ukraine, it will set a horrific precedent not only for other territorial grabs but also other attacks on democracy.

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