I agree with the author. The world missed a golden opportunity when it declined to have Nuremburg-style trials for the communist leaders of eastern Europe and the Soviet Union.
There’s a good reason for that. The communists had, and still have, many collaborators in the West, and any trials would connect them together. There was a lot of collusion going on across the Iron Curtain.
And here we are.
There is no way they would they have Nuremburg-like trials of the Commies. They were our allies in WW2 remember? Between Roosevelt and Churchill, it was the former who enjoyed being an ally with Uncle Joe the most...sad to say, me being an American. Churchill, at least, had great reservations about it.