Surprisingly, 71 percent of Democrats opposed their president’s war hysteria over Ukraine.
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Tangled Tale of NATO Expansion at the Heart of Ukraine Crisis
The U.S. response to winning the Cold War set the stage for the current crisis with Russia, reports Joe Lauria.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Russia’s Red Line
It is absolutely necessary that Moscow holds the line for the sake of a new security order in Europe and a sustainably stable world order in our time.
UKRAINE CRISIS: US ‘Toolboxes’ Are Empty
The toolbox is empty. Russia knows this. Biden knows this. Blinken knows this. CNN knows this. The only ones who aren’t aware of this are the American people, says Scott Ritter.
US-Russia Talks May Be the Last Chance
It’s crunch time in Russia-U.S. relations. High-level talks starting Monday will determine the shape of world security for decades to come, observes Tony Kevin.
2022 — Year of Major Power Conflict Over Ukraine
Russia says Europe must think about the real prospect of turning their continent into a field of military confrontation like that which existed at the height of the Cold War, writes Scott Ritter.
Putin Says Ukraine Peace Up to US
Putin told his annual press conference today that the U.S. had “tricked” Russia over NATO expansion and that it had to end, reports Len Bracken.
Understanding What Happened in Ukraine in 2014
Completely reversing the roles of the United States and Russia might help Westerners understand how the Russians see 2014 events that reverberate today.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: The US-Russia Summit
Two recent moves on Moscow’s side suggest that the encounter in Geneva will mark the start of a long and welcome process.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: America the Innocent
The American press has been in the business of keeping readers ignorant since the Cold War—its most essential responsibility turned upside-down—and in our time it gets worse, not better.