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Vietnam Veterans Speak out on Ukraine

Ukraine’s military forces haven’t had to show their mettle for outside commentators to seek a Vietnam War analogy. In fact, the war didn’t have...

Despite Russia’s Warning, Finland and Sweden Will Likely Join NATO

The eastward expansion of NATO after the Cold War was one of the justifications that Russian President Vladimir Putin has indicated to start the...

To Arrive at the Same Conclusions with New Delhi, Berlin Must Shed Its Reluctance & Widen Its Horizon

When German National Security Advisor Jens Glötner visited India on March 30, 2022, he had stated that he was not in New Delhi to...

Dug Into A Ukrainian Hole

Russian forces last week flowed into Ukraine’s capital, Kiev, quickly suppressing any remnants of those criminals that have had the country by the throat...

Humanitarian Corridors and the Rule of Law Can Help Keep Civilians Safe in Ukraine

The war in Ukraine has quickly descended into a bloody encirclement of cities and towns, with Russian forces conducting targeted and indiscriminate attacks on...

Those Declining and Those Watching

We have all been eagerly watching events unfold in Ukraine for the last number of weeks. But do you know who else is watching?...

Russian Embarrassment in Ukraine – Lessons for China and Next Steps

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is slowly unravelling due to strategic and logistical incompetence, low morale, and fierce Ukrainian resistance. It is an embarrassing mess...

Germany’s Revolutionary Policy Shift: Post-Merkel Era

Europe is witnessing its biggest conflict since world war two. The conflict in Ukraine has completely overturned the existing global rules-based order. On Feb....

A Realist Perspective: Russia and Ukraine

The current war between Russia and Ukraine can be traced back to 2014 and upon closer inspection, well before the turn of the 21st...

War in Ukraine: What Lies Ahead

Whatever the outcome of the war on the ground, Ukrainian resistance to Russian aggression has guaranteed the end of Vladimir Putin's kleptocracy that was...

The Humanitarian Crisis in Ukraine Is a Litmus Test for the International Community and the Rule of Law

The invasion of Ukraine is now into its fourth week and civilian casualties are mounting. With the international community so far refusing to be...

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