Ukraine, Briefly

Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia were unanimously accepted as EU candidates by the European Parliament on Thursday, the Independent wrote. The vote comes about four months after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the invasion of Ukraine. Although it demonstrates popular support for the nations' applications...

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Ukraine, Briefly

Russian and Russian proxy troops in Ukraine's Donetsk area have sustained substantial fatalities, according to British intelligence officials, the BBC noted. Officials believe that the Donetsk militia has lost 55 percent of its initial force. According to Ukrainian commanders, Russian soldiers are intent on...

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Truth and Consequences

Renowned historian Timothy Snyder recently warned in his Substack newsletter that giving Russian President Vladimir Putin an “off-ramp” to quit the war in Ukraine after, say, a military challenge or a diplomatic or economic inducement, is folly. If he wants an off-ramp, argued Snyder, Putin...

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Ukraine, Briefly

Ukrainian authorities uncovered another mass grave in a forest near the town of Bucha, where Russian troops allegedly committed mass atrocities against its residents following Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine, the Associated Press reported Tuesday. Officials said they have discovered the bodies of 1,316 individuals...

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Ukraine, Briefly

Russian forces now control the majority of Sievierodonetsk, the battleground for Ukraine's eastern Donbas area, according to CNN. Street fighting raged on Saturday in the eastern city, where Russian and Ukrainian troops remain engaged in combat. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said he was trying...

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Ukraine, Briefly

The United Kingdom said it will supply long-range missiles to Ukraine, joining the United States in reinforcing the country's defense systems despite Russian threats, the Hill reported. British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace announced the delivery of multiple-launch rocket systems (MLRS), which can hit targets...

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Ukraine, Briefly

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Thursday that Russian forces control roughly one-fifth of Ukraine, as fighting in the Donbas region continued, the Evening Standard reported. His remarks came as Russian soldiers were consolidating control of the industrial city of Sievierodonetsk following days of escalated...

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