The Biden administration undermines its cause with strategically witless statements.
Anything less will encourage Russian imperialism and embolden autocrats around the world.
Supporting and arming Ukraine, and accelerating the collapse of the Russian military, is the most realistic way to end the conflict.
The president’s visit to Ukraine was a gut punch to the Russian leader.
It is in the differences from past wars that insight into today’s battles lies.
Any result other than a victory for Kyiv will make the world a more dangerous place for all of us.
Russia’s war on Ukraine need not end in negotiation.
Wars are won by deeds—but also by persuasive moral arguments.
The attack on the crucial link between Russia and Crimea matters less for its tactical significance and more for what it says about the course of the war.
Yielding to Putin’s blackmail would be folly.
The West faces a simple choice: reduce aid to Ukraine and deliver Russia a victory, or else finish the job it has begun.
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It is up to liberal democracies to support a country that is fighting for all who share its values.
There will be no return to normalcy or status quo ante.
The United States and its allies can tip the balance between a costly success and a calamity.
The West must do what it takes to help Ukraine prevail.
America has become too accustomed to thinking of its side as stymied, ineffective, or incompetent.
As the leader of NATO and of the free world, the United States needs to think much bigger than it has thus far.
The U.S.-led coalition of liberal-democratic states should pursue three objectives.
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