This approach is about how to compensate, and save, Ukraine.
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On April 28, the Biden administration released a comprehensive proposal for a legislative package to hold the Russian government and Russian oligarchs accountable for the war against Ukraine.
A cease-fire and peace enforcement operation in areas from which the Russians have retreated would certainly not be easy but could be an initial step toward a collective path forward.
What the executive branch should not do is pretend that Russia’s money can be used to provide material support to Ukraine in the face of existing legal barriers.
By their own words, Russian leaders are condemned.
Emily Hoge is a PhD candidate at the University of California, Berkeley, writing a dissertation on Russian veterans groups from the Afghan war and their evolution over time. She wrote a recent piece in Lawfare about how these groups, which started as anti-war, anti-state, pro-veterans activist organizations, morphed into a big part of Vladimir Putin's propaganda operations.
Organizations of veterans of the Afghan War have played a central role in building domestic support for the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Those inclined to urge Finlandization as a solution for Ukraine should understand what the term actually means.
On Feb. 25, Ukraine took steps to challenge Russia’s allegations of Ukrainian-led genocide before the International Court of Justice. What has happened since?