The only route to a sustainable peace in Ukraine is Ukrainian military victory.
Russia has admitted failure in its quest to replace Ukraine's government and destroy the country's independence. Can it do any better with more limited aims?
Just as the international community is trying to halt the military occupation of Ukraine, Spain is moving towards recognition of a previous illicit conquest.
South Australia's government loses badly despite an apparently successful record in combating Covid-19. Are voters ready to move on to other things?
Among the various historical precedents for the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the Winter War of 1939-40 between the Soviet Union and Finland is perhaps the most noteworthy.
The UN general assembly leaves Russia in no doubt about the world's view on the invasion of Ukraine. A lot has changed in eight years.
Peace in Ukraine may depend on Vladimir Putin's friends telling him to back down. It turns out, however, that he doesn't have a lot of friends left.
Is the "neoliberal" era ending, and was there ever such a thing to start with?
Russia moves towards annexation of the rebel-controlled Donbas. It's a gross violation of international law, but it's probably also a step away from the threat of full-scale war.
P.J. O'Rourke leaves behind a wonderful body of work but also an ambiguous moral legacy.