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Putin’s March of Folly in Ukraine

Vladimir Putin may have calculated that the fear of war in Ukraine would force the U.S. and NATO to compromise, but the Biden administration has surprised him with its firm resolve

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Anyone with a working knowledge of diplomacy, an understanding of the fundamentals of deterrence and familiarity with patterns of negotiations knew that the moment Vladimir Putin made public and unequivocal his demands regarding NATO’s purported expansion into Ukraine, he did not have any intention of seriously negotiating.

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