Recently, a Washington, DC, newspaper published a 10,000-word essay on the Ukraine crisis entitled, "Road to war: US struggled to convince allies, and Zelensky, of risk of invasion," by Shane Harris, Karen DeYoung, Isabelle Khurshudyan, Ashley Parker, and Liz Sly. The article’s central point, however, is misleading. The narrative paints the Biden administration's national security and foreign policy before Russia's unprovoked attack on Ukraine as a "struggle" to convince Kyiv of the imminent invasion. The takeaways are often misrepresented as the Biden team's legitimate policy pains to bring allies and Ukraine's President Zelensky to a realistic understanding of the impending peril of the Kremlin at Kyiv's doorstep.
That is not what the American people or US allies observed from the Biden administration. When Zelensky pleaded for NATO to take notice of the build-up of Russian combat t...
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