After Trump’s election, all sides in Ukraine tried using his lawyer to influence the new president. The special counsel needs to know a lot more about what they were up to.
The famous war reporter received many death threats from Russian officials and Russian-backed rebels. Finally he and police acted to catch a killer—but first fooled the world.
The gathering of a few world leaders and a lot of businessmen, including big names from America, often seemed surreal—not for what was said, but for all that went unspoken.
The U.S. is sending all kinds of signals it supports Ukraine against Russia, but the regime’s corruption is almost as big a threat at Putin’s proxies.
Remember the Georgia invasion? The Donbas aggression? The Malaysian Flight 77? If we don’t put a stop to this, the price will be high.
Was Maksim Borodin killed by loneliness or—in this country where so many journalists have been murdered—by someone who hated his reporting?
Members of the ‘National Squad’ have shed the trappings of neo-Nazis. No straight-arm salutes, no offensive insignia. But their roots and their objectives have Ukrainians worried.