Russian President Vladimir Putin has so far failed to weaken US and European support for Ukraine. Meanwhile, despite punishing Russian air strikes, Ukraine is successfully ejecting the invading army.
Ukraine doesn't want to "cut its wins" in order to negotiate a peace deal. Is it wrong?
Now that we are on the brink of nuclear war, some think it is time to sit back and enjoy the speculative thrill it offers.
Joe Biden promised to avoid war with Russia. However, the US and NATO are increasingly involved in Ukraine. The escalation of war is increasing the danger of nuclear war.
Hovering between renewal and definitive demise, Obama’s vaunted Iran deal, canceled by Donald Trump, has become an ongoing enigma.
The number of madrassas has surged in Afghanistan. The Taliban is making them a safe haven for terrorists and threatening the security of the region and the world.
As the Russian army continues its chaotic retreat, questions are being asked, opportunities being examined as Putin’s warrior image takes a heavy beating.
The US and the UK torpedoed peace negotiations between Russia and Ukraine in March. They have continued to adopt a hawkish policy against Russia but misgivings against the war are on the rise not only in Europe but also in the US. Negotiations are the only way forward.