Is there a strong legal guarantee that the U.S. can give to another country that it won't attack them?
Why does Russia see NATO as an aggressor when the Istanbul document signed by Russia grants each participant the right to chose its allies separately?
Is there a country (apart from Israel) where all of its land neighboring countries consider it an enemy?
Does the U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff have any means to force Ukraine into negotiating peace with Russia? Does the U.S.?
Is it unusual for foreign leaders to congratulate US presidential candidates before their opponents have conceded?
What is the motivation for the expansion of NATO in Eastern Europe, including Ukraine, at the risk of starting a hot war with Russia?
Why is the USA able to damage the Russian economy by imposing sanctions but Russia can't do the same?
Why is Biden's "(Putin) ...cannot remain in power" widely considered a gaffe to be walked back while previous US presidents have said similar?
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