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Redefining Success in Ukraine

A New Strategy Must Balance Means and Ends By Richard Haass and Charles Kupchan Ukraine’s counteroffensive appears to have stalled, just as wet and cold weather brings to a close the second fighting season in Kyiv’s effort to reverse Russian aggression. At the same time, the political willingness to continue providing military and economic support to Ukraine has begun to erode in both the United States and Europe. These circumstances necessitate a comprehensive reappraisal of the current strategy that Ukraine and its partners are pursuing.

Biden's role in Ukraine peace is clear now

It's not enough for Washington to urge talks from behind the scenes, while insisting in public that only Kyiv can negotiate. Anatol LievenNov 29, 2023 Biden's role in Ukraine peace is clear now It is now clear that the Ukrainian offensive of the summer and fall of 2023 has failed, with minimal gains and enormous losses. There has been no repeat of the sweeping Ukrainian victories of 2022. Ukrainian army chief General Valery Zaluzhny has admitted that the war has now entered a stalemate.