Macron Pushes War Against Russia

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CNN reported Macron’s comments this way: Macron said that “he and the other 21 European leaders present did not agree on deploying military personnel [to Ukraine], [but] the prospect was discussed openly. “Nothing should

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Europe’s Strategic Moment

It’s been two years since Russia invaded Ukraine, so it’s time to lay out the strategic situation as I see it. In February 2022, I argued that Russia invaded Ukraine primarily to

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Ceasefire Unlikely in Ukraine

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Don’t expect a ceasefire in Ukraine, despite the buzz now rippling through European capitals and Washington.  The reason is simple: there is no incentive for Russia to stop the war. It is quite true

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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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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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