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Ukraine news and analysis from The Nation
January 12, 2022
The “Credibility” Factor and Biden’s Foreign Crises
The US must resist the impulse to intervene in Ukraine, Taiwan, and Iran.
Michael T. Klare
January 4, 2022
What a Sensible Ukraine Policy Would Look Like
Despite all the bellicose blather, the real security interests of Americans are clear. Ukraine is not among them.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
December 10, 2021
The Confrontation in Ukraine Is Political Theater Aimed at a Domestic Audience
But the danger of accidentally triggering a real conflagration remains terrifyingly high.
Nicolai N. Petro
November 15, 2021
Ukraine: The Most Dangerous Problem in the World
But there’s already a solution.
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.
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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.
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.