April 3, 2014
No War with Russia? Don't Be so Sure
Paul Saunders, The National Interest
The Associated Press
Though Moscow now appears willing to talk about Ukraine, it is far from clear that Russia’s terms will be acceptable to the United States—or, more important, to Kiev. Meanwhile, according to NATO’s commanding General Philip Breedlove, Russia’s troops could seize southern and eastern Ukraine within three to five days. With such high stakes, it’s time to reexamine some of our fundamental assumptions about war.
TAGGED: Vladimir Putin, Barack Obama Administration, Ukraine, Russia