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by and | Nov 28, 2022

Maria Katchmar was 7 when the troops came to her farm.  The soldiers entered her home in Cherkasy Oblast — a region of Ukraine along the Dnieper River — and immediately began to break everything. Windows and doors. Paintings and…

by | Oct 13, 2022

We are approaching one of the horrible milestones in human history — the birth of the Gulag a century ago. Sometime during the autumn of 1922, Soviet officials decided to establish a system of forced labor camps for both political…

by | Apr 11, 2022

Nations, like people, have psychologies that make their behavior more predictable than they would otherwise be. Russia has since at least the late 17th century been an imperialist state willing to subjugate its neighbors by force of arms or by…

by | Apr 8, 2022

Above the bank of the Dniepr the midnight cross of St Vladimir thrust itself above the sinful, bloodstained, snowbound earth towards the grim, black sky. From far away it looked as if the crosspiece had vanished, had merged with the…

by | Apr 5, 2022

Bucha is a small town 20 miles from Kyiv. Last year, my girlfriend and I took a walk in a cozy park there. Generally, many Kyiv residents went to Bucha on weekends to get a break from the capital’s noise….

by | Mar 15, 2022

It was late in the evening of May 24, 2014, and the Tatar activist Ervin Ibragimov was taking a stroll through the picturesque streets of his central Crimean hometown of Bakhchysarai. Whether he needed some time alone with his thoughts,…

by | Feb 28, 2022

The images from Ukraine in recent days have been shocking, but Russian President Vladimir Putin will have to descend even lower into the realm of pure evil than he’s already gone if he hopes to do to the Ukrainian people…

by | Feb 9, 2022

Whoopi Goldberg won a two-week suspension and public spanking from The View because she waded into the teeth of a global moral consensus: the Holocaust was genocide and thus, unmitigated evil. Goldberg did not deny the evil. But her denial…

by | Sep 6, 2020

Kaing Guek Eav, the Cambodian communist prison chieftain known as Duch who was serving a life sentence for his crimes, has died. The commandant of the notorious Tuol Sleng prison compound in Phnom Penh more than four decades ago later…

by | Jul 20, 2020

Recent developments add to an already glaring case that China is persecuting Uyghur Muslims. Earlier this month, the New York Times reported that China has been using malware in cell phones to spy on and track the movement of Uyghurs…

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