REUTERS/Gleb Garanich - Ukrainian servicemen detain a local resident near a checkpoint in Debaltseve, September 9, 2014.


How to Avoid a New Cold War

October 2014, Samuel Charap and Jeremy Shapiro

This year, the tragedies and outrages of the Ukraine crisis have dominated headlines and thinking about Western relations with Russia. Samuel Charap and Jeremy Shapiro argue that there can be little doubt that the United States and its European allies and partners need a response to the Russian annexation of Crimea, to the destabilization of eastern Ukraine, to the separatists’ downing of a civilian airliner—and to the threat to global order that all of these actions represent, but note that not just any response will do.

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