Denunciation of Vladimir Putin’s Essay on History of Russia and Ukraine is Unwarranted

by Roger Annis, published on Covert Action Magazine, June 21, 2022 Far from condemning the national aspirations of Ukrainians, Putin defends them In July 2021, Vladimir Putin published a historical essay on Russia and Ukraine on the website of the President of Russia. The essay is a very informative read, written by someone with a deep knowledge of the subject.[…]

Read more

U.S. Leaders Claim to Care About Ukrainians, But Will They Step Up and Make the Compromises Necessary to End the War?

by Jack Gilroy, published on Covert Action Magazine, April 8, 2022 The U.S. media have been saturated by reports of Ukrainian suffering since the Russian invasion of February 24, 2022, and of heroic Ukrainian resistance. Even progressive media outlets and politicians have favored more arms supplies to Ukraine in this climate. When Congress passed a massive $13.6 billion aid package[…]

Read more

“Let Them Kill as Many as Possible”- United States Policy Toward Russia and its Neighbors

by Brian Terrell, published on PinkTank, March 3, 2021 In April 1941, four years before he was to become President and eight months before the United States entered World War II, Senator Harry Truman of Missouri reacted to the news that Germany had invaded the Soviet Union: “If we see that Germany is winning the war, we ought to help[…]

Read more