The stakes are too high to cave into Putin’s phantasmatic imperial play, and too high to believe that this war can be won by arming Ukrainians.
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News about the struggle for better democracy in Ukraine. The remains the old system still threaten the viability of Ukraine's democracy and numerous flaws threatened voting rights. Also check out our section on World Democracy or our articles on Europe and Russia.
On February 24th, Russia started an unprovoked war against Ukraine. It has become one more attempt of the empire to demolish the Ukrainian state.
7 weeks into the Ukrainian invasion our collective media is still wasting time kvetching about Putin’s wealth and the oligarchs surrounding him.
Jon Meacham recently visited Penn State for a wide-ranging conversation on the war in Ukraine, polarization polarization, and the media landscape.
This totally mad and needless war, which Russia started on a large scale, has a long story behind it. This post will provide the historical context.
Online platforms in China are awash with Russian propaganda on the Ukraine conflict, Beijing’s attempt to stoke anti-Western feelings.
The firebrand communications expert pushing out combative messages for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was not always a politically-motivated shock jock.
Through a variety of information channels, Beijing is framing the conflict on Putin’s terms, promoting pro-Kremlin narratives.
Was the war in Ukraine inevitable? What is Vladimir Putin trying to achieve? What does the conflict say about Ukraine as a democracy?
We are interdependent in our assumed divided lands. Praise for the imprisoned Navalny. Here is a man dedicated to justice and freedom for all.