“You have to have Russia as an ally” to advance U.S. interests, the now-Democratic presidential hopeful said in 2015, including dealing with “the crazy Islamic world.”
Just by visiting Kyiv on the eve of talks, Giuliani has planted the seed of doubt in a public that already fears Zelensky will be compelled to make concessions to Putin.
Will leaders meeting in Paris find a way to end the war in Ukraine? Doubtful. But life goes on in the war zone amid the the sobs of exhausted adults, the wisdom of war-weary kids.
As talks to end the war in eastern Ukraine begin in Paris on Monday, President Zelensky will be fighting the impression that he's surrendering to Putin. Does he have a choice?
The White House’s former top Russia official called the impeachment inquiry legitimate, contradicting her former boss.
Vladimir Putin could not possibly envision a sweeter gift than Ukraine falling away from the West into the welcoming—albeit bloodied—hands of the Kremlin.
In 2014, almost anyone who wanted to fight the Russians in Ukraine was more than welcome. But today one volunteer battalion is accused of white-supremacist terrorism.