Opinion | Why does the media seem so hungry for war with Russia?
WORLD · POLITICS · MEDIA
May 1, 20228 min read1571 words
Published: May 1, 2022  |  8 min read1571 words
Ever since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, President Joe Biden has sought to punish Moscow through economic sanctions and military aid to Ukraine. But he has also repeatedly made it clear that the U.S. has no intention of entering the war. That position on declining to take up arm...
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May 3
Even though it’s an op-Ed it seems to be well sourced
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May 2
Wow, what a fantastic and hard-hitting article that brings some sign of logical and rational thinking to the media's drumbeating for war against Russia. The author even correctly calls out the U.S.'s hypocrisy saying "swept under the rug other countries' recent misdeeds in violation of international law — like the U.S. invasion of Iraq and Saudi Arabia's U.S.-backed cold-blooded war on Yemen." An incredible piece of reporting and super insightful, a must-read.
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