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Ukraine news and analysis from The Nation
June 22, 2022
A Peace Settlement in Ukraine
If the war is to ever end, it will have to do so through some form of pragmatic compromise.
June 17, 2022
The US and Europe Aren’t Interested in Diplomacy
A conversation with Noam Chomsky on the war in Ukraine.
June 16, 2022
In Ukraine’s Cultural Capital, “Giselle” Goes to War
Until the Russian invasion is over, art and culture in Ukraine remain on a combat footing.
June 8, 2022
America Has Its Own Problems to Worry About
Neither Russian “fascism” nor its Chinese variant poses a significant danger to American democracy, which is actually threatened from within.
Andrew J. Bacevich
May 27, 2022
Here in Poland, “Going Green” Means Burning Even More Coal
With parents and children struggling to breathe, climate activism is a matter of life and death.
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May 25, 2022
The Arms Industry Is At It Again. Imagine That.
Does arming Ukraine really make Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, and their cohorts “defenders of democracy”?
William D. Hartung
May 24, 2022
We Need a Real Debate About the Ukraine War
Those who provide history and context around the conflict should not be silenced or smeared.
Katrina vanden Heuvel
May 24, 2022
We Need International Cooperation to Fight Climate Change, Not War
The world’s ruling elites have chosen to place their geopolitical rivalries above all other critical concerns, including planetary salvation.
Michael T. Klare
May 20, 2022
George W. Bush Stumbles Into a Moment of Truth
The former president’s gaffe reminds us that his launching of a criminal war still demands justice.
May 19, 2022
Anti-War Activists Are Facing a Moral Dilemma
In the face of war’s atrocities, the tyranny of the immediate can be overwhelming—even for those committed to peace.