The thunder of artillery rolling across eastern Ukraine lately is hardly the sound of ragtag separatists. Russia – Moscow – is heavily engaged with the fighting – the war – in Ukraine. Now, significant American voices are being raised saying it is time for the United States to arm up Ukrainian forces to resist the Russian-backed onslaught. Speaking on WBUR On Point with Tom Ashbrook, Carnegie’s Eugene Rumer discussed the possible consequences of arming Ukraine.
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