It’s too much to hope for that Ukraine repulses Russia’s invasion — you have to assume that Russia’s overwhelming advantage will tell.
But the Ukrainian resistance to this point has achieved some important things. A good thread:
I think the likeliest outcome is still Russian conventional victory due to overmatch. The advances in the south are concerning. But in a country the size of Ukraine, territorial losses are acceptable so long as defenders don’t suffer catastrophic defeats – defence in depth.
— Tobias Schneider (@tobiaschneider) February 27, 2022
She reacted with a lot of sneering and ad hominem argumentation and nothing of substance.
This collective moment was a warning to the Covid regime that its strictures won’t stand much longer.
Russia’s got 170,000 troops, tons of armor, artillery, warplanes, and missiles. But right now, 44 million Ukrainians hate their guts and want to kill them.
Not learning from the stagflationary past may lead to a stagflationary future.
The more we learn about the administration’s withdrawal, the more it becomes clear that its decisions were driven by political considerations and panic.
As Noam Blum has discovered, Trevor Noah is attacking Joe Rogan for something he did himself — and for which Rogan defended him.
Ninety-seven percent of CPAC attendees said they approve of Trump, with 83 percent saying they strongly approve.
Putin said Russian nuclear deterrent forces were on high alert in response to sanctions and ‘aggressive statements’ from NATO leaders.
‘Joe Biden has turned calm into chaos, competence into incompetence, stability into anarchy, and security into catastrophe,’ Trump said.
Far from ‘praising’ Russia’s strongman, the former secretary of state was warning that we underestimate him at our peril.
Russian forces entered Kharkiv before dawn on Sunday, engaging in urban combat and blowing up a gas pipeline in the city.
The week of February 21: the need to reconnect energy policy with geopolitical reality, antitrust, Ukraine, inflation, and much, much more.