Here’s how US, allies make Putin pay for war of aggression against Ukraine

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Russian President Vladimir Putin’s effort to conquer Ukraine is a clear violation of the international order, which was established with the founding of the United Nations in 1945. 

The brutality and viciousness of the Russian attack constitute massive violations of international law. Russian forces have violated and slaughtered civilians, kidnapped children and indiscriminately bombed noncombatants. 

In Russia and across the globe, Putin’s persecution, imprisonment and poisoning of political opponents make even clearer how his dictatorship operates outside the boundaries of civilized behavior. 

By any standard, Russian President Vladimir Putin is war criminal. (Mikhail Metzel/Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP)

By any plausible standard, Putin is a war criminal. 

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