RPSS Statement on the Russian War Against Ukraine
On February 24, 2022, on the order of Vladimir Putin, Russian armed forces invaded the souverain country of Ukraine. This assault is accompanied by a barrage of lies and historical falsehood to justify Russian aggression.
The faculty of Russian and Post-Soviet Studies Program strongly condemn this war, which has brought death and suffering to the people of Ukraine, which could undermine Ukraine’s statehood, and which threatens the security and peace in the region.
We stand with Ukraine! Нет войне!
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