When the Empire of Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii in 1941, the Roosevelt administration embarked on an epic crackdown on Japanese Americans to limit their ability to spy for the enemy.
Success in keeping world peace has never been long or flawless. When NATO bombers flew over former Yugoslavia in 1999 to end the slaughter of innocent civilians by Slobodan Milosevic’s forces, they
“We must provide Ukraine with the means to push Russia out. Tanks are necessary for Ukrainian forces to break through the current stalemate of trench warfare, and to regain the momentum they
Vladimir Putin, the architect of the war in Ukraine, is taking his anger out on civilians and the country’s major energy infrastructure, firing scores of missiles at major cities, killing dozens and
The world must condemn Vladimir Putin’s acts of aggression so he can no longer jeopardise global energy and food security, said Erika Olson, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Southern Europe.
Cyprus’ influential Orthodox Church leader Tuesday criticised Russian President Vladimir Putin for waging an “unchristian and nonsensical” war against the people of Ukraine. Archbishop Chrysostomos II publicly criticised the invasion of Ukraine
By Craig Erlam European stocks posted losses of 1% on Wednesday, paring some of the gains we’ve seen over the last couple of weeks. We’ve clearly seen an improvement in sentiment recently
The impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is now reflecting in the net worth of the country’s elite business people known to control vast fortunes, as the economic sanctions imposed by the
In the early hours of February 24, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin announced his long anticipated war in Ukraine. In his address to the Russian people he said, “I am referring to what
By Danny Kemp and Emmanuel Duparcq Ukraine’s leader on Wednesday issued an emotive appeal to US lawmakers for greater Western intervention against Russia, which insisted its invasion was going “successfully” despite the