Chomsky: Our Priority on Ukraine Should Be Saving Lives, Not Punishing Russia

Ukrainian soldier takes a rest during a patrol of a destroyed village near the front lines of Mykolaiv, Ukraine.

Nearly two months into the war in Ukraine, and peace is nowhere in sight. In fact, the level of destruction has intensified and both sides seem to have little hope for a peaceful settlement anytime soon. Furthermore, the international situation is also heating up as some European neutral countries are thinking of joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), a development that prompted the Kremlin to respond with threats of deploying nuclear weapons in the Baltic region should such a move take place

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