Category: Ukraine

Abby Martin: Russia Today Anchor Abby Martin Speaks Out

Abby Martin reads a monolog explaining her own personal position about Russia and the United States meddling with the sovereignty of the Ukrainian people

Alan Maass: The Threat of War Hangs Over Ukraine

Some background for understanding Russia’s military intervention in Ukraine–and inter-imperialist rivalries that are coming to a head

Jack Rasmus: The Ukraine Economic Crisis: Past, Present & Future

What are the dimensions of the current economic crisis in the Ukraine? And its origins in the preceding decade?

Norman Solomon: Heard the One About Obama Denouncing a Breach of International Law?

During the last five years, no world leader has done more to undermine international law than Barack Obama

Shamus Cooke: Obama’s Far Right Foreign Policy

In order to stop the never-ending warmongering of U.S. foreign policy, the U.S. government itself must be fundamentally transformed

Frank Brodhead: The Antiwar Movement and Ukraine

We must recognize that the aspirations of people in the Ukraine are widely divergent, and will not be reconciled in the short term

Conn Hallinan: Ukraine Revolt’s Dark Side

The massive demonstrations over the past three months reflected widespread outrage at the corruption of the Yanukovych regime, but it has also unleashed a dark side of the Ukraine’s history

Maria Alyokhina: “Russia Is Repeating 1968”

A Pussy Riot founder on the occupation of Crimea—and the silence in Moscow

Steven Cohen: U.S. Has `Zero Options’ in Ukraine

What Putin did when he mobilized his forces, was to say to the United States and to Europe, you are crossing my red line and I have no choice

Ray McGovern: Ukraine: One ‘Regime Change’ Too Many?

Is “regime change” in Ukraine the bridge too far for the neoconservative “regime changers” of Official Washington and their sophomoric “responsibility-to-protect” allies?

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