Two years on from Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, let’s examine and debunk some of the bogus justifications put forth by the fascist regime in Moscow and Putin’s alternative “history” that he uses in his attempts to delegitimize the Ukrainian nation.
War, a tragic yet perennial facet of human history, has long been a subject of intense debate. Many philosophers and political thinkers have grappled with the ethical, moral, and strategic implications of war. Within this nuanced landscape, the perspectives of three influential thinkers offer a fascinating contrast…
Leaders on both sides of the conflict in Sudan have inflicted political repression as they strive to maintain their grip on power. Activists, journalists, and civil society organizations face harassment, arrests, and imprisonment, effectively undermining their right to political participation.
A libertarian’s opposition to American military involvement in this war should not be because of edgy nonsense about Russia being provoked, or the historically ignorant idea that Ukraine is only defending itself because it’s taking orders from the West.
Saturday is Armed Forces Day, which honors Americans serving in the five military branches – the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, and Coast Guard. Their contributions to defending American freedom deserve honor every day of the year. But part of honoring the Armed Forces also means recognizing that they should only be put in […]