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May 15, 2022
Not War Alone
London Review of Books
The global food crisis
May 11, 2022
When Should We Stop Excusing the Russian Invasion?
Bill Fletcher Jr., Bill Gallegos and Jamala Rogers
Ukraine, Self-determination, and the National Question
May 4, 2022
The Coming Old New Order
Regardless of the outcome in Ukraine—a Russian occupation of the eastern regions, an unending insurgency, or a Ukrainian victory—the European security order will continue along an East-West divide.
April 25, 2022
The New Nuclear Reality
The New Yorker
Russia’s war in Ukraine has reawakened fears about the bomb—and endangered the principle of deterrence.
April 20, 2022
How To End the War in Ukraine
A Solution Beyond Sanctions
April 13, 2022
Russia’s Success in Syria’s Civil War Doesn’t Mean Much for Its Chances in Vast, United Ukraine
One parallel between Syria and Ukraine which works all too well is that modern urban warfare everywhere inevitably involves heavy civilian casualties
March 31, 2022
‘Everything Has Changed Except Our Thinking’ – Ukraine Is a Wake Up Call About Today’s World
The Russian invasion of Ukraine spotlights the interconnected crises facing humanity—and the need to link global movements if we are to survive them.
March 23, 2022
War Crimes and the Lie of American Innocence
Our hypocrisy on war crimes makes a rules-based world, one that abides by international law, impossible.
March 26, 2022
Is It OK To Mention NATO Expansionism When We Discuss the Russian Invasion of Ukraine?
The anti-war movement needs to raise the issue of NATO expansion.
March 21, 2022
Covering War Without Prejudice
Ukrainians deserve our compassion. So do victims of war everywhere else.
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