4 reasons to label Putin's Russia a state sponsor of terrorism

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There is increased speculation that on May 9, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin will make a major announcement regarding the invasion of Ukraine, potentially including a formal declaration of war against the people of Ukraine.

The world’s response to his remarks must be consistent and firm. It is past time to label Putin’s Russia a state sponsor of terrorism under U.S. law, and we should encourage other nations to follow suit in making that declaration as well.


Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with members of the Security Council via a video conference at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, on April 29. (Mikhail Klimentyev, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)

Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is one of the most outrageous acts of the 21st century. It is nothing more than the result of a megalomaniac wanting to rewrite the map of Europe and recreate the former Russian Empire.

We are at a moment in world history where we must rise to the occasion and stop this madness.  

The case to declare Putin’s Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism is overwhelming and fits like

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