An international security researcher makes the case.
David C. Speedie
As Americans ingest the constant feed of dire reports and heartbreaking photographs from the war in Ukraine, it behooves us to look at Europe’s views of a European conflict.
There is significant division among the NATO members over the situation in Ukraine, and over relations with Russia.
The latest tranche of $150 million also seems to include U.S. training personnel at Ukrainian air bases.
Volodymyr Zelensky’s action before his visit with President Biden is both inflammatory and short-sighted.