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      Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic Aspiration and the Russian Challenge
      Feb07

      Ukraine’s Euro-Atlantic Aspiration and the Russian Challenge

      Sorry, this page doesn’t exist.Please refer to the IT version …read more Source:: Istituto Affari...

      Living in impeachment land: A Ukrainian perspective
      Feb06

      Living in impeachment land: A Ukrainian perspective

      The post Living in impeachment land: A Ukrainian perspective appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      US-Ukraine Relations: Ways Forward
      Feb06

      US-Ukraine Relations: Ways Forward

      The post US-Ukraine Relations: Ways Forward appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Zelenskyy must not miss his chance to change Ukraine
      Feb06

      Zelenskyy must not miss his chance to change Ukraine

      The post Zelenskyy must not miss his chance to change Ukraine appeared first on Atlantic Council. …read more Source:: Atlantic...

      Why Both Republicans and Democrats Want Russia to Become the Enemy of Choice
      Feb06

      Why Both Republicans and Democrats Want Russia to Become the Enemy of Choice

      One of the more interesting aspects of the nauseating impeachment trial in the Senate was the repeated vilification of Russia and its President Vladimir Putin. To hate Russia has become dogma on both sides of the political aisle, in part because no politician has really wanted to confront the lesson of the 2016 election, which was that most...

      Democrats Failed to Impeach Trump, But They Won’t Give Up Trying – It’s All They’ve Got
      Feb06

      Democrats Failed to Impeach Trump, But They Won’t Give Up Trying – It’s All They’ve Got

      Even before Donald Trump was elected US president, Democrats began talking about impeachment. Now that it has failed, will they finally accept the result of the 2016 election? Don’t get your hopes up. Trump’s acquittal in the Senate on Wednesday was a foregone conclusion, given as it takes two thirds of the senators present to...

      Ukraine: Conflict at the Crossroads of Europe and Russia
      Feb06

      Ukraine: Conflict at the Crossroads of Europe and Russia

      Introduction Ukraine has long played an important, yet s …read more Source:: Council on Foreign...

      There’s No ‘Great American Comeback’
      Feb05

      There’s No ‘Great American Comeback’

      There’s an image burned into my brain from childhood: the graffitied train tracks along the intersection of Fifth and Patterson in downtown Dayton, Ohio. It’s a slightly shabby landscape dotted by warehouses, churches, fast food restaurants, and — at the margins — an old arthouse theater. If you look closely, you can see the building...

      The Bright Side of Ukraine’s Government Crisis
      Feb05

      The Bright Side of Ukraine’s Government Crisis

      …read more Source:: Project Syndicate (Czech...

      Claims that John Bolton’s book disclosures are ‘top secret’ ring hollow
      Feb05

      Claims that John Bolton’s book disclosures are ‘top secret’ ring hollow

      Ever since the 9/11 attacks, Republicans and Democrats have conspired to keep Americans increasingly ignorant of what the federal government does. The number of secret federal documents skyrocketed, and any information classified was treated like a political holy relic that could not be exposed without dooming the nation. Ironically, the fate of...

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