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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Lenin on Israel and Ukraine Battlefields

It is now a century since Vladimir Lenin’s death, and more than three decades since his Bolshevik project collapsed. But while much of his political life was highly problematic from today’s perspective,

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Biden’s New Ukraine Policy

The Biden administration wants the Ukraine war to continue at least until after US Presidential elections next November.  But there is a lurking danger that won’t be possible, especially if Russia mounts

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Nuland leaves sense of foreboding in Kiev

The commencement of political upheavals in world affairs sometimes lies with a seemingly obscure event. This is not to say that the shooting down of a Russian Ilyushin-76 military transport plane carrying

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Who Shot Down Russia’s IL-76?

The shootdown of IL-76 has raised serious questions over who ordered the shoot down. Was the shootdown on orders of Ukrainian military intelligence (GUR), and was Kyrylo Budanov in any way involved?

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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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