“In the short term… Russia’s appetite for any confrontation with NATO is drastically suppressed”

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Still mired in Ukraine, “Russia’s appetite for any confrontation with NATO is significantly suppressed,” says Lt. Col. (Retired) Alexander Vindman, fmr. Director of the NSC for European Affairs. But he warns that could change if Putin invests more resources in the war and “puts enough skin in the game”. The US sending rocket systems to Ukraine as part of the latest $700 million military aid is positive, says Vindman, but so far there has been “very slow progress to deliver these weapons”, and time might run out.

Michael J. Chiaramonte