Ukrainian Genocide: A Reasonable Claim Dealing with an Unreasonable and Anachronistic Definition.

A photo shows massive destruction in the area of conflict in Bucha town after it was liberated from the Russian army in Ukraine. (Photo credit: Metin Aktas/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) ANADOLU AGENCY VIA GETTY IMAGES

We are currently writing history filled with distortions, falsifications, and acts that lack contrition. It consists of both committing and befogging us from the most heinous crime called genocide. The word “genocide” disheartens my spirit and adjures dreadful visions of horror and devastation against those mercilessly wiped…




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Sakshi Kharbanda, Ph.D.

Sakshi Kharbanda, Ph.D.

Learner| Researcher| Writer. Writes on Democracy, Capitalism and Inclusion. Fascinated by Mathematics and Mathematicians.

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