Ukraine

Ukrainian soldier on guard

Ukraine and the Threat of Nuclear War Ukraine and the Threat of Nuclear War

Why do we fail to consider the danger?

Feb 8, 2022 / Ira Helfand

Ukraine soldiers near tank

Russia, Ukraine, and “The New York Times” Russia, Ukraine, and “The New York Times”

The paper of record’s coverage of the crisis has been a series of shameless provocative conjectures posing as facts.

Feb 5, 2022 / Column / David Bromwich

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The Exit From the Ukraine Crisis That’s Hiding in Plain Sight The Exit From the Ukraine Crisis That’s Hiding in Plain Sight

A 2015 agreement between Russia and Ukraine can provide the best chance at a lasting peace.

Feb 1, 2022 / Katrina vanden Heuvel

Joseph Biden Ukraine

A New “March of Folly” in Europe: Can It Be Averted? A New “March of Folly” in Europe: Can It Be Averted?

There is an urgent need for a diplomatic resolution.

Jan 25, 2022 / Editorial / Michael T. Klare for The Nation

Flag of Russian Federation with gilded coat of arms waving on the dome of Senate Palace of Moscow Kremlin

Stop the Stumble Toward War With Russia Stop the Stumble Toward War With Russia

The last thing we need is a war by proxy or, God forbid, directly with the Russians.

Jan 18, 2022 / no-paywall / Katrina vanden Heuvel

Biden at Fort Bragg

The “Credibility” Factor and Biden’s Foreign Crises The “Credibility” Factor and Biden’s Foreign Crises

The US must resist the impulse to intervene in Ukraine, Taiwan, and Iran.

Jan 12, 2022 / Michael T. Klare

Biden and Putin

What a Sensible Ukraine Policy Would Look Like 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.

Jan 4, 2022 / no-paywall / Katrina vanden Heuvel

The Confrontation in Ukraine Is Political Theater Aimed at a Domestic Audience

The Confrontation in Ukraine Is Political Theater Aimed at a Domestic Audience The Confrontation in Ukraine Is Political Theater Aimed at a Domestic Audience

But the danger of accidentally triggering a real conflagration remains terrifyingly high.

Dec 10, 2021 / Nicolai N. Petro

Ukraine: The Most Dangerous Problem in the World

Ukraine: The Most Dangerous Problem in the World Ukraine: The Most Dangerous Problem in the World

But there’s already a solution.

Nov 15, 2021 / Feature / Anatol Lieven

Secretary Blinken Faces a Big Test in Ukraine, Where Nazis and Their Sympathizers Are Glorified

Secretary Blinken Faces a Big Test in Ukraine, Where Nazis and Their Sympathizers Are Glorified 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.

May 6, 2021 / Lev Golinkin

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