A Tipping Point in Ukraine

We are rapidly approaching what feels like a point of no return in Ukraine, as a combination of Western disengagement, the lingering failure of Ukraine’s last major counteroffensive, and Russia’s mounting effectiveness

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Zaluzhny Out, Oleksandr Syrskyi In

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Volodymyr Zelensky has finally been successful in firing General Valerii Zaluzhny. This time, according to reporting coming from Kiev, Zaluzhny has accepted the order and has thanked Ukrainians for their sacrifice. Zelensky

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The American Dilemma of War

Many argue that the United States should not have involved itself in the Ukraine war. For some, it’s a matter of national interest; for others, it’s simply too expensive. There are those

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Ukraine 2024: Locked in Limbo

As the War in Ukraine enters its third year in February, there is much speculation about the trajectory that Europe’s most prolonged and intense conflict post the Second World War will assume

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