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US, Ukraine need to agree on goals

May 20, 2022 Lawrence J. Haas The Hill

Are the United States and its allies willing to pay the price, assume the risks, and support Ukrainian efforts not only to restore the borders of Feb. 23 but also retake Crimea? They may be. But let’s make sure there’s no misunderstanding on that score in Kyiv, Washington, or the capitals of our NATO allies.

How Not To Counter Disinformation

May 5, 2022 Ilan I. Berman Newsweek

At some point, Washington will indeed need to stand up a serious, transparent and bipartisan effort to counter the phenomenon of "fake news," but it is already clear that the Biden administration's new board isn't it.

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