With all eyes on the Middle East, does the west have a viable strategy for Ukraine?
“Nobody believes in our victory like I do,” declared Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy in a recent interview with Time magazine. And he is right.
Faced with the grim reality of a stalled counteroffensive, and in the aftermath of Hamas’s bloody attack on Israel and the latter’s overwhelming response, many observers are asking whether the west still has a viable strategy for dealing with the Russian war in Europe.
Who realistically believes that Kyiv can regain territory annexed by Russia in the coming year — or two — when even General...