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Revising, or Rejecting, ‘Reasonable Prospect of Success’ in Just Wars? Lessons From Ukraine

At the outset of the invasion, analysts doubted Ukraine’s likelihood of winning a war against Russia. But as the conflict enters its second year, Ukraine’s resistance prompts a challenge to revisionist and traditionalist conceptions of “just war”—specifically, for the condition of “success.”


Constructive Ambiguity of the Budapest Memorandum at 28: Making Sense of the Controversial Agreement

The 1994 Budapest Memorandum was purposefully designed to be ambiguous to allow its signatories to achieve significant goals. It is an important tool in the discourse on the current war waged by Russia in violation of the memorandum.

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