Henry Olsen: Far too many conservatives remain critical of U.S. support for Ukraine, despite Russia's obvious aggression. Ask them why, and you'll likely hear much criticism of past American misadventures abroad. What you won't hear is a coherent approach to the Ukraine crisis or even future U.S. foreign policy. read more
Tatiana Perebyynis and her children Alise and Nikita were killed when a humanitarian corridor for civilians to safely leave the city of Irpin was apparently shelled.
China warned the U.S. against trying to build what it called a Pacific version of NATO, while declaring that security disputes over Taiwan and Ukraine were "not comparable at all."
Millions around the world watch, outraged, and ask, "Are we just going to let this happen? Is the world allowing a large, powerful country to swallow up a smaller, weaker one?" And so many people can't believe the world is allowing it to happen. But we are. And we usually have.
Four hundred soldiers with Russia's Wagner Group are now in Ukraine, The Times of London reported. read more