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Opinion: Flashpoints of Potential Escalation in the Ukraine War – Inside Sources

From the American constitutional experiment in 1788 to World War I, the United States strenuously avoided being dragged into Europe’s conflicts. However, after the second and even more cataclysmic European war, caused in part by the first conflagration and America’s entry into it, the United States jumped into European affairs with both feet. Intoxicated with

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: Is Victory for Ukraine Worth Risking Nuclear War? – Patrick Buchanan

During the 70 years that the Soviet Union existed, Ukraine was an integral part of the nation. Yet this geographic and political reality posed no threat to the United States. A Russia and a Ukraine, both inside the USSR, was an accepted reality that was seen as no threat for the seven decades that they

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: US Vital Interests Dictate an End to This War – Patrick Buchanan

Speaking to Congress, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy asked for many things from the United States. He wants us to establish a no-fly zone over Ukraine. He wants the Soviet-era MiGs that NATO allies (from their Warsaw Pact days) have in their arsenals. He wants Russian-made S-300 antiaircraft systems in NATO inventories transferred to Kyiv. He

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Opinion: In Supporting Ukraine, How Far Is Too Far? – Inside Sources

It is clear Ukraine, while fighting valiantly against a massive, murderous Russian military machine, needs considerable assistance if it is to push Russia out forcibly (unlikely) or cause enough pain to force Putin to sue for peace (also unlikely but at least possible). Support likely does not include MiG fighter jets supplied by Poland, with the support

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: How Solid Are US War Guarantees? – Patrick Buchanan

When several NATO nations revealed that they had dozens of Russian-made MiG-29s, the idea arose to fly them to Ukraine and turn them over to Ukrainian pilots familiar with the MiGs. America would provide F-16s to replace the MiGs. Poland had an even better idea. Warsaw would fly its 27 MiG fighter jets to the

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