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Ukraine news and analysis from The Nation
May 6, 2021
Secretary Blinken Faces a Big Test in Ukraine, Where Nazis and Their Sympathizers Are Glorified
One week after hundreds marched in Kyiv to honor a Nazi SS division, the US secretary of state has a chance to stand up for Holocaust survivors.
April 5, 2021
Gogol’s Bullshit Jobs
His biting satires of Russian bureaucracy examined the random cruelty and arbitrary hierarchy of an empire in crisis.
September 30, 2020
Stephen F. Cohen Kept the Faith
Steve’s insistence on speaking the truth about Ukraine and US-Russia relations cost him—but he never gave up.
August 20, 2020
What Belarus Stands to Lose
Fixing the country’s broken democratic process can’t come at the cost of the inequality and corruption other former Soviet republics are now facing.
March 6, 2020
How Rudy Giuliani Became Trump’s Shadow Secretary of State
Through his travels from Iran to Ukraine, Giulani has become a walking, talking conflict-of-interest machine.
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January 31, 2020
Democrats Need to Break Their Cold War–Addled Impeachment Fever
When liberals start rallying around John Bolton, you know something is off.
January 28, 2020
Trump Acts Like a Mafia Don—and GOP Senators Yawn
Day by day, tweet by presidential tweet, the country retreats from its democratic premise, yet the grandees of the GOP decline to intervene.
January 27, 2020
Bolton’s Bombshell Will Take Time to Explode
Revelations from Bolton’s new book make congressional Republicans look like accomplices.
January 22, 2020
McConnell Rules? Not So Much.
On day one of the impeachment trial, the Senate majority leader caved on several proposed rules, while Schumer’s pushback gave House impeachment managers many extra hours to make their case against Trump.
January 17, 2020
How Does This White House Stop Lying? By Not Talking at All.
That must be why there hasn’t been a regular press briefing in 300 days.