The war in Ukraine is nearing a year, and while there seems to be some hope with governments sending in tanks, the battles are still raging on. I hope that, soon, there will be peace.
Strangely, lots of chatter on my feed today about Putin's first intervention in Ukraine in 2014. I can't respond to all, but I wrote about these events in detail in this book.
Last night, Russia launched a brazen attack on the people of Ukraine, in violation of international law and basic principles of human decency. Here’s my statement on what it means, and what should happen next.
Zelensky to Putin: "Good Lord, what do you want? Leave our land. If you don't want to leave now, sit down with me at the negotiating table. But not from 30 meters away, like with Macron and Scholz. Sit down with me and talk. What are you afraid of? We're no threat to anyone."
Great World Cup. Question for President Trump as he meets Putin: Do you know which team you play for?