Even amid the uncertainty of war, we can see the progress Ukraine has made in securing independence from Russia.
Friedrich Merz is capitalizing on the ambiguity of the German government over Russia’s aggression.
Yoon Suk-yeol wants to remake South Korea as a global player, but first he must contend with challenges from Japan and North Korea.
Mousavian came to the U.S. in 2009 and advised Obama on the nuclear deal. He claims to be a moderate but his musings contain subtle threats of violence
Putin’s nuclear blackmail has deterred America from direct intervention. Would-be aggressors around the world are watching.
China has been quiet on Russia’s war effort, but draws parallels between our assistance to Ukraine and our support of Taiwan
Use of weapons of mass destruction would create America’s greatest national security crisis in living memory.
With backing from Iran, Hamas and other terror groups vow more violence.
Next up: parliamentary elections.
Poland, Romania, and Slovakia have been especially helpful. And then there are Belarus and Hungary.
While the action heats up in the east, statements from two retired generals point to an attempt on Odesa.
What is about to transpire may devolve into a campaign of attrition.
It’s part of Russia’s attempt to ‘put things back the way they were.’
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This kind of messaging could be used to pre-justify any activities Russia might take against NATO countries.
Its tragic history is filled with regrettable decisions.