Senior Advisor Andrew Weiss, alongside Eugene Rumer, is in the Wall Street Journal this week with a sober outlook on Russia's war efforts in Ukraine:
"The U.S. and its allies need to be clear about the long-term nature of this undertaking. The war’s end, whenever that happens, is unlikely to quell the confrontation between Russia and the rest of Europe. Ukrainians and their friends rightfully want to see the rise of a prosperous, independent Ukraine that is secure and fully integrated into the political and economic life of the continent. Putin and his successors would see that as Russia’s ultimate defeat. They will do everything in their power to prevent it."
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