Bloomberg’s view on Ukraine at the beginning of June 2022

Since President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, he has caused immense death and destruction for few military gains and at huge economic cost. Yet he shows no sign of cracking even as Russia’s war aims have proved illusory. Putin appealed to Ukraine’s army to “immediately lay down arms and go home” on the first day ofContinue reading “Bloomberg’s view on Ukraine at the beginning of June 2022”

The Telegraph’s Weekly view 2022 June 04 – June 10

The prolonged weekend of June 3-5 belongs to the Queen as the nation celebrates her Platinum Jubilee with the pomp and circumstance that Britain does best. Promises by the US and Britain to send long-range Multiple Launch Rocket Systems have been met with threats from Russia of severe consequences in the event of something-or-other happening.

The Guardian’s view on the world 3rd week of May 2022

The war went on in Ukraine but a first war criminal was convicted, whilst the world faced higher costs of living and the partygate scandal in the UK continued shamelessly.

The Telegraph’s Weekly view 2022 May 7-13

May 08 Live – Russia-Ukraine latest news: Vladimir Putin could dig in like a ‘cancerous growth’ in Ukraine, Ben Wallace warns SNP abandons census deadline after a quarter of Scots fail to respond Volodymyr Zelensky refused to be evacuated from Kyiv as Russian hitmen parachuted into capital May 09 Drones the new snipers of UkraineContinue reading “The Telegraph’s Weekly view 2022 May 7-13”

Russia seeks to capture all of southern Ukraine in major expansion of war goals

Russia has said it no longer wants to take northern Ukraine and the capital Kyiv. One of the current objectives for Russian troops in Ukraine is to gain full control over the Donbas and southern Ukraine.

The Guardian’s view on Ukraine for the second half of April 2022

Overview of events in and around Ukraine for the second half of April 2022

Around Ukrainians with Pesach, Roman Catholic’s Easter and Zelenskyy’s prayer on Orthodox Easter.

Two special weekends by which the Ukrainian president his prayer for Orthodox Easter could also be a good one for all Ukrainians.

Has Ukraine become a Symbol of ‘Freedom’

The West with the U.S.A. decided to do everything they can to help the Ukrainians bring this war to an end on the possible terms as quickly as possible.

The Guardian’s view on Ukraine for the first half of April 2022

The United Nations calls for an investigation into violence against women and children in Ukraine – as it happened 03 April: Russia-Ukraine war: Russian retreat from Kyiv reveals atrocities against civilians, say Ukrainians Deputy defence minister says territory is ‘liberated from the invader’ as disturbing images in Bucha show bodies had been bound and hoodedContinue reading “The Guardian’s view on Ukraine for the first half of April 2022”

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