Rebuilding Ukraine – Institutionalization of Feedback
Daniel Klyuchnikov
Rebuilding Ukraine – Institutionalization of Feedback
A lack of honest, unbiased, and regular feedback from Ukraine’s senior leadership is a massive barrier to their effectiveness and overall organizational performance.
How Evangelicals Are Changing the Republican Party’s Posture on Ukraine Aid
Gary Marx
How Evangelicals Are Changing the Republican Party’s Posture on Ukraine Aid
Despite MAGA’s antipathy to the Ukrainian cause, Evangelicals realize that true Christian ideals coincide with beleaguered Ukrainians rather than Putin apologists.
Overcoming the Dementia of the Free World
Andrei Piontkovsky
Overcoming the Dementia of the Free World
Kamala Harris should seek the presidency and include the Republicans’ “Proposed Plan for Victory in Ukraine” as part of her platform.
‘Through a Mirror Darkly’ – Medvedev’s Twisted Take on Kyiv’s Search for Peace
Steve Brown
‘Through a Mirror Darkly’ – Medvedev’s Twisted Take on Kyiv’s Search for Peace
In his latest Telegram post the deputy chairman of Russia’s Security Council gives his customary warped analysis of NATO’s Washington summit and what peace negotiations would mean to Moscow.
NATO's Nemesis
Diane Francis
NATO's Nemesis
Now there is a terrible war in Europe and no excuse for hesitancy to fully help or reward Ukrainians for defending Europe’s eastern flank from being overrun by Kremlin cannon fodder.
NATO and the Ever-Elusive Ukrainian Victory
Hans Petter Midttun
NATO and the Ever-Elusive Ukrainian Victory
President Zelensky says that defining what constitutes victory is central to building a war-winning strategy but acknowledges that others may understand victory differently from him.
If You Want Peace, Prepare for War EXCLUSIVE
Oleh Dunda
If You Want Peace, Prepare for War
“Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum,” ancient Roman historian Cornelius Nepotus was said to have summed up an idea of Plato’s. Nothing could be more timely for NATO.
Western Uncertainty Emboldens Russian Imperialist Aggression
Eugene Czolij
Western Uncertainty Emboldens Russian Imperialist Aggression
The West needs to take specific and concrete steps now to help Ukraine grind the Kremlin’s brutal geopolitical conquest to a halt and prevent a Third World War.
Ukraine’s Foreign Flying Legion That Wasn’t
Jeffrey Fischer
Ukraine’s Foreign Flying Legion That Wasn’t
A Foreign Flying Legion may be Ukraine’s best chance – much like WWI’s French Lafayette Escadrille or WWII’s Flying Tigers in China, private US citizens could bring a significant impact to the war.
Britain is Suddenly a Beacon of Stability in Europe – Now it’s France that’s in Turmoil
Timothy Garton Ash
Britain is Suddenly a Beacon of Stability in Europe – Now it’s France that’s in Turmoil
Sunday’s surprising election result prompted an international sigh of relief, but Emmanuel Macron’s gamble has weakened him and Europe
Transatlantic Divides and the Looming Trump Factor at the NATO Summit
Stepan Stepanenko
Transatlantic Divides and the Looming Trump Factor at the NATO Summit
With the domestic sands shifting among all of Ukraine’s partners in the Russo-Ukrainian war, a new geopolitical configuration is preparing itself for the likelihood of a new Trump era.
NATO at 75: Whistling Past the Graveyard
Kurt Volker
NATO at 75: Whistling Past the Graveyard
As NATO leaders meet in Washington, the existential issues of US leadership and defeating Putin in Europe are not on the formal agenda.