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by | Dec 6, 2022

If you are reading this back home in the United States, or anywhere else beyond Ireland’s borders, it is not all that likely that you have heard about the several protests in East Wall — a neighborhood in North Dublin….

by | Nov 30, 2022

Pope Francis has walked on eggshells to avoid the wrath of Vladimir Putin and, likewise, of the Russian Orthodox Church, which has long presented an altogether intractable if not impossible set of challenges for the Roman Catholic Church, recently rearing…

by | Nov 29, 2022

Two retired U.S. Army colonels and combat veterans, Daniel Davis and Douglas Macgregor, writing separately in 19FortyFive and the American Conservative, respectively, warn that Russia has deployed a half-million combat forces in southern Ukraine, Belarus, and western Russia, including 1,000…

by | Nov 16, 2022

“There is no indication that this was a deliberate Russian aggression on NATO,” affirmed Jens Stoltenberg, the Western military alliance’s secretary general, on Wednesday, following the explosion of a missile in the Polish border town of Przewodów. He said that…

by | Oct 30, 2022

France’s President Emmanuel Macron may have a penchant for ambivalence — he often adds en meme temps (“at the same time”) to a declarative sentence — but, on the matter of Armageddon, he is unambiguous, as in his remarks on…

by | Oct 22, 2022

Russian President Vladimir Putin first took power in 2000. He succeeded Boris Yeltsin in Russia’s first peaceful transition of power from one democratically elected leader to the next — ever. It was a historic moment for Russia. Putin, however, had…

by | Oct 13, 2022

“Prediction is difficult, especially about the future.” That line is often misattributed to professional baseball player Yogi Berra, but it actually is a Danish proverb that was repeated by Niels Bohr, the scientist who figured out the structure of the…

by | Sep 25, 2022

In a recent Economist article examining whether Ukrainian refugees will stay in Poland, the author grumbles: “Literature classes deal overwhelmingly with Polish writers. History classes concentrate on Poland’s struggles with Russia, Germany and Austria-Hungary.… Ukraine, a nation that long lacked…

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