The U.S. appears dedicated to the grotesque experiment of seeing if Putin will destroy Ukraine or slink away in defeat.
To analyze Russia’s war on Ukraine, we need to discuss the propaganda wars being waged by Russia, Ukraine and the U.S.
Echoing Earth Day’s antiwar roots, veterans are pushing for an accounting and reduction of Pentagon emissions.
Unsavory though it may be, a negotiated diplomatic settlement is the only humane option for ending Putin’s invasion.
As Putin’s war on Ukraine drags on, dissenters within Russia and self-exiled Russians are working to save lives.
The task of the left is to build a mass anti-imperialist, antiwar movement capable of intervening on the side of peace.
As we rightly condemn Putin’s grave atrocities, we must also remember U.S. war crimes and vow to oppose future ones.
The groups are working to establish supply chains and long-term aid hubs in Moldova, Romania and Slovakia.
Fear of backlash has even prompted some restaurants to remove references to Russian foods on their menus.
Impacted climate activists say we need a wartime mobilization for clean energy, not a fracked gas surge to Europe.