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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.

Russia-Ukraine War

The Case for Designating the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Militias as Foreign Terrorist Organizations

As Russian occupation of four Ukrainian territories rages on, the U.S. may have an additional tool in its arsenal: designating the Russian-backed separatist forces, the Donetsk People’s Militia and the Luhansk People’s Militia, as foreign terrorist organizations.

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