David Mitchell, Trinity College Dublin The war in Ukraine has produced a disorienting array of analogies. Vladimir Putin is Hitler. Volodymyr Zelensky is a Nazi.
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Russia’s reasons for war stack up?
How do Russia’s reasons for war stack up? An expert on ‘just war’ explains Valerie Morkevicius, Colgate University War is always a tragedy. It sometimes seems
Can Wealthy Nations Stop Buying Russian Oil?
Can wealthy nations stops buying Russian oil? Amy Myers Jaffe, Tufts University One option the U.S. and other nations have for ratcheting up pressure on
How much damage could a Russian Cyberattack do in the US?
How much damage could a Russian cyberattack do in the US? Scott Jasper, Naval Postgraduate School U.S. intelligence analysts have determined that Moscow would consider a
What are false flag attacks?
What are false flag attacks – and did Russia stage any to claim justification for invading Ukraine? Scott Radnitz, University of Washington The Russian assault
Putin public approval is soaring during the Russia-Ukraine crisis
Arik Burakovsky, Tufts University : Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered troops into eastern Ukraine on Feb. 21, 2022. The invasion could lead to the biggest
Why Putin has such a hard time accepting Ukrainian sovereignty?
Jacob Lassin, Arizona State University and Emily Channell-Justice, Harvard University Ukraine is again looking warily over its eastern border as Russia threatens its territorial integrity.