History shifted course in the glow of missiles falling on Kyiv.
Putin's attack on Ukraine will bring unexpected consequences, as the past tells us.
The invasion will likely overturn the European order that's ruled since the Soviet Union's collapse in 1989. Declining Russia might seek to regain all of its former Soviet countries, now allied with NATO. Old enemies France and Germany could unite in a land battle against the Russian military. If that happens, the United States will join in. England will recycle its Crimean War strategies. Theirs is not to reason why, theirs is but to do or die
Perhaps the crisis will prove a minor event in the long march of history. Or it'll bring monumental changes like the 30 Years War, World War I and World War II.
Hey, Chairman Xi, stop salivating over Taiwan. Call your buddy Putin and tell him to withdraw. Promise to buy all of Russia's oil and gas, and build Russia back.
As young soldiers die in a blood-soaked land, the world holds its breath, hoping the nuclear deterrent hasn't run out.
Dr. Strangelove looks all too real again