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Getting Away with It; On Message, Out of Tune; Its Complicated

Getting Away with It The threats of sanctions did not deter Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and there is no reason to believe their implementation will now reverse the situation. The aggression has created much for the transatlantic alliance to ponder. First and foremost is China, which supposedly is on the sidelines but insists that Ukraine is not Taiwan as it bullies Taipei by sending more warplanes into Taiwan’s airspace. President Trump was a terrible messenger, but he was not wrong to warn Germany against dependence on Russian gas, and he was not wrong to demand that Europeans spend more on defense. In the wake of the invasion, German Army chief Alfons Mais wrote on LinkedIn, “The Bundeswehr, the army I am allow...

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