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Ukrainian Heroism Amidst U.S. Political Challenges

04.7.24

The framing of the war in Ukraine as a U.S.-Russia proxy war has ultimately put the lives of over 40 million people at risk, as well as threatened the safety and security of the European continent.

International Relations and Security

Superhumans Center: How One Prosthetics Clinic is Rebuilding Ukraine

05.29.23

More than 400 days ago, 39-year-old Petro Buriak was driving a truck abroad and dreaming about playing dolls with his 5-year-old daughter when his route brought him home to Ukraine. That all changed for Buriak and 41 million Ukrainians when Russian President Vladimir Putin did the unthinkable and launched a full-scale war in Ukraine on […]

Interview with Dr. Youssef Chahed

02.28.23

On February 28, 2023, Ryan Zoellner sat down with Dr. Youssef Chahed (Former Prime Minister of Tunisia) to discuss world events and international relations.

International Relations and Security

The War on Ukraine: Time for a Feminist Foreign Policy?

03.8.22

On February 26, two days after Russia invaded Ukraine, a friend’s roommate took shelter in a bunker in Kyiv. There, she witnessed the birth of a baby boy. Luckily, a doctor was amongst those present. Handing the newborn to the young father, the doctor told him, “The next time you have a baby, I hope […]

International Relations and Security

Ukraine should matter to Americans, even if for selfish reasons

02.25.22

President Joe Biden said on Feb. 15 that supporting Ukraine against Russia matters because it means standing up for what America believes in: liberty and a country’s freedom of choice. He is correct, but some Americans still believe that Ukraine’s struggle with Russia is none of their business. While studying at the Harvard Kennedy School […]

International Relations and Security

Building Shared Resilience in the EU and Ukraine as a Path to Counter Russia

01.20.22

The best strategy for the EU and NATO to contain Putin’s regime is by focusing on strengthening Ukraine’s resilience and making Ukraine a successful state. In creating more economic opportunities and prosperity in Ukraine, the West will stimulate the Russian people to demand better living conditions for themselves.

International Relations and Security

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