Ukraine: Keep an Eye on Kupyansk

It is still to early to say whether the direction of the Ukraine war has changed, but there is increasing evidence that Ukraine’s inability to penetrate Russian defenses along the southern line,

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Is the War in Ukraine Mutating?

No matter what pronunciamentos may come from Washington, the Russian government is expecting greater attacks on Russian territory, especially Moscow and maybe Russian ports, to try and destabilize the Putin government.  The Pentagon says

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Glimpses of an endgame in Ukraine

The problem with the war in Ukraine is that it has been all smoke and mirrors. The Russian objectives of “demilitarisation” and “de-Nazification” of Ukraine wore a surreal look. The western narrative

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When We Let War In, We Win

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There are no results from the Ukrainian counteroffensive. It is exactly like that. It is not just our propaganda, it is an objective fact that cannot be smeared and relativised by any

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The Prigozhin Enigma

One of my readers took note that I was wrong about Prigozhin. I had argued that Prigozhin was no longer the leader of Wagner and had been sidelined and was missing. But

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World Hunger and the War in Ukraine

On Monday, June 17, Dmitry Peskov, the spokesperson for Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, announced, “The Black Sea agreements are no longer in effect.” This was a blunt statement to suspend the Black Sea

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