Why the West is losing Ukraine

Why the West is losing Ukraine

Vladimir Putin must be enjoying this moment.
Not only did the Russian president manage to snuff-troll the Munich Security Conference with news of the death of his main political rival, Alexei Navalny (“slowly murdered” by his jailers in Siberia, according to the European Union’s top diplomat Josep Borrell); he also scored a well-timed battlefield success when, over the weekend.

Russia’s Slaughter of Indigenous People in Alaska Tells Us Something Important About Ukraine

Russia’s Slaughter of Indigenous People in Alaska Tells Us Something Important About Ukraine

Russia once controlled 20 percent of U.S. territory. That legacy helps explain its aggression against Ukraine.
In the racial-reckoning summer of 2020, local leaders in a small American town gathered for a contentious vote on whether to take down a statue that honored a man who was, as one assessment read, “steeped in racial division, violence and injustice.”

Charles Michel: Get ready by 2030 to enlarge EU

Charles Michel: Get ready by 2030 to enlarge EU

European Council President Charles Michel said Monday that he wants Europe to be ready for enlargement by 2030, as the European Union gears up for a renewed debate about its future size.
“Enlargement is no longer a dream,” the Council chief said at the Bled Strategic Forum in Slovenia, where leaders from the Western Balkans have gathered. “It is time to move forward,” he added.