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Jun 07 2022
“Russia's invasion of Ukraine entered its 100th day [last] Friday with no end in sight to the fighting that has killed thousands, uprooted millions and reduced cities to rubble.” (Reuters)
Many on both sides stress that the US must maintain realistic goals in the conflict.The Flip Side
Mar 07 2022
“Fighting stopped about 200,000 people from evacuating the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol for a second day in a row on Sunday, as Russian President Vladimir Putin vowed to press ahead with his invasion unless Kyiv surrendered… The invasion has drawn widespread condemnation around the world, sent more than 1.5 million Ukrainians fleeing from the country, and triggered sweeping WesternThe Flip Side
May 02 2022
“A long-awaited evacuation of civilians from a besieged steel plant in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol was under way Sunday, as U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi revealed that she visited Ukraine’s president to show unflinching American support for the country’s defense against Russia’s invasion.” (AP News)
Many on both sides call for a long-term strategy against ongoing RussianThe Flip Side
Mar 24 2022
“The Biden administration on Wednesday made a formal determination that Russian troops have committed war crimes in Ukraine and said it would work with others to prosecute offenders, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said… He cited attacks on the civilian population in the besieged city of Mariupol and elsewhere. Neither Russia nor the U.S. recognizes the authority of the InternationalThe Flip Side
Mar 01 2022
Last Thursday, “Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky dialed into the [emergency EU summit] via teleconference with a bracing appeal that left some of the world-weary politicians with watery eyes. In just five minutes, Zelensky — speaking from the battlefield of Kyiv — pleaded with European leaders… Before ending the video call, Zelensky told the gathering matter-of-factly that it might beThe Flip Side
Mar 03 2022
“The number of people sent fleeing Ukraine by Russia’s invasion topped 1 million on Wednesday, the swiftest refugee exodus this century, the United Nations said, as Russian forces kept up their bombardment of the country’s second-biggest city, Kharkiv, and laid siege to two strategic seaports… Moscow’s isolation deepened when most of the world lined up against it at the United Nations toThe Flip Side
May 10 2022
Last week, sources leaked to The New York Times that, in Ukraine's targeting and killing of Russian generals and the sinking of Russia's Black Sea flagship, the Moskva, U.S. intelligence played an indispensable role.
Apparently, our intel people identified and located for the Ukrainian forces what became the targets of their deadly attacks.
Why U.S. intelligence would do thisPat Buchanan
Apr 12 2022
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says that Ukrainian troops are preparing for an attack from Russian forces in the eastern Donbas region.
He is again appealing for outside support as a large Russian convoy of vehicles, troops and equipment head toward the region. The warning of an attack comes as fears mount of a Russian effort to target nonmilitary sites in the east and southWashington Times ABC News (Online) BBC News
Jun 26 2022
The battlefield that is Ukraine is in the midst of another war. Yet, against expectations and with the current war in Ukraine starting its fifth month, no outcome is apparent. What is clear is how little things have changed.
The potential fate of Ukraine, if Vladimir Putin prevails, can be seen in its past, especially the modern history of the region and how it fared under generationsNational Review
Apr 01 2022
“Russia announced Tuesday it will significantly scale back military operations near Ukraine’s capital and a northern city… While Moscow portrayed it as a goodwill gesture, its ground troops have become bogged down and taken heavy losses in their bid to seize Kyiv and other cities. Last week and again on Tuesday, the Kremlin seemed to lower its war aims, saying its ‘main goal’ now is gainingThe Flip Side