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December 4, 2021 | View in Browser

Ukraine has long held an ambiguous position between Russia and the West. Serhii Plokhy and M. E. Sarotte detail how Ukraine has been a stumbling block in U.S. foreign policy since the end of the Cold War—and argue that the failure to settle its role in the Eurasian order has turned the country into a dangerous arena.

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