Zelenskyy will no doubt be anxiously watching U.S. midterms on Nov. 8
If a recession hits, if inflation keeps rising, despite punishing hikes in interest rates, the drum-beat for a 'negotiated' settlement to end the war in Ukraine will build. It would come at a high cost. After all, how does one negotiate with a war criminal?
In the debris field of contemporary public life, there aren’t many political heroes. Volodymyr Zelenskyy is an exception, writes Michael Harris. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/Flickr