Fiona Hill: Putin’s Running Out of Time
A top Russia advisor to three U.S. presidents explains why the world shouldn’t fall for Moscow’s narrative that it can wait out the West in Ukraine.
One of the reasons why it’s so difficult to predict how the war in Ukraine will end is because Russian President Vladimir Putin has designed it as such. He kept the world guessing in the days leading up to the war; policymakers around the world are still trying to figure out when he might declare an end to his so-called special military operation.
Ravi Agrawal is the editor in chief of Foreign Policy. Twitter: @RaviReports
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