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Put not your faith in princes

Churchill in a tee-shirt

25 June 2022

9:00 AM

25 June 2022

9:00 AM

If there is a name to conjure with in 2022, that name is surely Volodymyr Zelensky. How different he proved to be from our expectations about politicians who find themselves in similar situations. A recent example was Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani who, with American assistance, reportedly fled the country with four cars and a helicopter full of cash.

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Andrew L. Urban Chris McLeod, Zelensky: The Unlikely Ukrainian Hero Who Defied Putin and United the World, Wilkinson Publishing, Melbourne 2022, $24.99.

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