Canadian Foreign Policy Journal (CFPJ) is pleased to announce the release of Issue 3 of Volume 29: The War in Ukraine and its Global Implication
"The illusion of eventual success on the battlefield is founded on a mistaken idea of how to measure winning and losing."
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Thirteen ways of looking at disinformation
The Zaporizhia Summer Blockbuster
Media critic Norman Solomon on how the U.S. media keeps the human consequences of the country’s foreign policy out of view.
The U.S. public has been conned, once again, into pouring billions into another endless war.
"To paraphrase India’s foreign minister, the West’s problems are no longer the world’s problems."
We determine that Russia’s foreign policy is oriented towards the reconfiguration of its identity in the international system through the disintegration of Ukraine, and at the same time serves as a benchmark in defining Russia’s survival.
For now, the first thing to note is that, after 15 months of conflict, their work suggests Western media may at last begin to cover the Ukraine war properly.