We are at a crucial juncture in the conflict over Ukraine and the West’s relationship with Russia. President Barack Obama’s restraint has been wise at one level, but Washington’s tendency has been to move this issue to the back burner and hope it stays there. Yet there is little reason to think that it will — and also little reason to believe that a new U.S. president in 18 months, who will probably be harder-line in dealing with Vladimir Putin than President Barack Obama has been, will be able to fix the situation either.
As Gen. Joseph Dunford, the incoming Joint …read more
Source: European Voice