Arming Ukraine Makes No Sense When Russia Is Already Losing

Ukrainian army soldiers perform a weapons exercise at a training ground outside Lviv, western Ukraine, Feb. 5, 2015 (AP photo by Pavlo Palamarchuk).
Ukrainian army soldiers perform a weapons exercise at a training ground outside Lviv, western Ukraine, Feb. 5, 2015 (AP photo by Pavlo Palamarchuk).
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The talk of Washington this week was a new policy paper co-authored by a team of experts who argue forcefully that the United States “should provide Ukraine $1 billion in military assistance as soon as possible.” The report’s authors include Strobe Talbott and Steven Pifer, both former U.S. diplomats now at the Brooking Institution (Talbott is its president), who also made the case in a Washington Post op-ed last week, as well as Ivo Daalder, Michele Flournoy and other former top-ranking American officials. U.S. President Barack Obama and his national security team are reported to be considering the proposal. The […]

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