Around 1,000 civilians, including children, are reportedly trapped following Putin’s blockade order.
As border apprehensions hit record levels, advocates say the asylum process is riddled with racism and inequality.
The U.S. can’t be successful at preventing mass atrocities with only $5 million for the Atrocities Prevention Fund.
Unsavory though it may be, a negotiated diplomatic settlement is the only humane option for ending Putin’s invasion.
The UN is urging “genuine negotiations.” Meanwhile, U.S. arms makers are benefiting from the bloody war.
In reality, Ukrainian asylum seekers face many hurdles — but less than other refugees seeking admission into the U.S.
The House minority leader said in 2020 that withholding military aid from Ukraine was the “right thing to do.”
U.S. hypocrisy is no more nakedly apparent than in the Senate’s unanimous resolution condemning Russia.
U.S. weapons manufacturers have spent $2.5 billion lobbying Congress over the past 20 years.
Russia’s former president says Russia may deploy nuclear weapons to the Baltic region if Sweden and Finland join NATO.