CAP Senior Fellow Johan Hassel reflects on the Ukrainian-Russian war one year later.
The United States must maintain its course on Ukraine because it is essential to America’s national security interests and democratic values. A Ukraine defeat would create a more dangerous and unstable world.
Larry Korb describes the conditions that allowed Russia's forces to be overwhelmed by Ukrainian troops.
Lawrence J. Korb and Steve Cimbala argue why Russia would not be able to contain a nuclear war on Ukrainian territory.
Larry Korb discusses the challenges of nuclear arms control and U.S.-Russia relations that may arise once there is a negotiated peace settlement with Ukraine.
The extreme right brazenly supports Hungarian efforts to impede U.S. and European Union allied interests, subverting policies that would ensure corporations pay their fair share and sanction Russia for its Ukraine invasion.
Russia’s re-invasion of Ukraine and democratic backsliding at home and abroad pose threats to the freedom and security of the United States, its allies, and its partners.
John Podesta and Julian Popov discuss why—and how—the European Union and United States must transition to a clean energy economy in order to cut off funding to Russia via fossil fuels.
Gregg Bloche, Mark Fallon, and Elisa Massimino explain why Ukraine will be a proving ground for the proposition that a nation victimized by an aggressor can be capable of fairly meting out justice.
Steve Cimbala and Lawrence J. Korb examine scenarios that might lead to an end to the war in Ukraine.
Steve Cimbala and Lawrence J. Korb discuss why the war in Ukraine is not a reason for any country to develop or deploy nuclear weapons.