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SFL Alumni in Ukraine Condemn Russia’s Aggressions

As the situation in Ukraine heats up, SFL alumni Tania Rak and Maria Chaplia raise their voices.

Dear readers, 

As the Russian government continues to threaten Ukraine’s sovereignty and the well-being of the Ukrainian people, Students For Liberty alumni from Ukraine raise their voices and speak out about the situation.

We Must Stand with Ukraine

Achieving peace in Ukraine is vital to Europe’s Future

Dear readers, 

Since 1939, there has never been a greater chance of war between two major countries in Europe than the one we face today. 

Ukraine: The time after Petro Poroshenko

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