A monarch dies in the new century and a nation clatters on | Opinion
In a moment with little to say, eloquence must suffice.
With counter-offensive, a change of momentum in Ukraine | Opinion
The Russian troops exposed in Kherson are Ukraine’s best chance to knock the support out from under Putin and perhaps bring the war to an end.
Brittney Griner will be released in about 30 days, not 9 years | Michael Coard
International law regarding prisoner swaps doesn’t apply until a person is formally sentenced, which occurred on Aug. 4.
What will the next generation of military leaders learn from our years of upheaval? | Opinion
From the pandemic to Jan. 6 and the Ukraine War, there has been no shortage of lessons.
Mastriano-penned 2002 paper justifying civilian casualties raises eyebrows among war scholars
The GOP gov hopeful, a vet, argued that the U.S. military’s 'hypersensitivity' to civilian deaths is an 'enormous weakness.'
Biden to ask Congress for more Ukraine aid after earlier U.S. funding runs dry
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden is preparing to ask Congress for billions more in aid to Ukraine as the war shifts to the Eastern regions of the country, following Russia’s failure to take the capital city of Kyiv. “I’m asking the Defense Department to put together what they think we need,” Biden said this week. […]
A pro-Putin president of France? Quelle horreur | Dick Polman
Are the voters in France as stupid or oblivious as the fatal plurality of Americans were in 2016? Vladimir Putin is counting on it.
The Butchers of Bucha will never face justice. That’s the lesson of history | Opinion
True justice only comes when perpetrators admit to their acts and lay out for courts and for history the crimes they committed.
The world always wants to look away. That’s why war correspondents always matter | Opinion
Those who commit war crimes always say they didn't do it. We need to hold it up to the light. Always.
In Ukraine, a month that has shaken the world | John Nagl
While we were slow to recognize the peril Putin presented, we can no longer shirk our responsibility.
Biden’s toughest choices on Ukraine, Russia lie ahead of him | Fletcher McClellan
It's only a matter of time before Americans decide Biden is spending too much time on foreign affairs and not enough on domestic issues.
There are limits to the American Renaissance over Ukraine | Bruce Ledewitz
American public life remains as unhealthy as it was before Vladimir Putin's brutal invasion.