By Angela Stent, Adrianna PitaTensions in the Russia-Ukraine conflict are escalating as Russia and Belarus engage in several days of military exercises, while U.S. and NATO allies continue a flurry of high-level diplomatic activity. Angela Stent evaluates the recent efforts to de-escalate the present crisis and Putin’s willingness to play the conflict as a long game even after the military maneuvers end.
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PITA: Russia and Belarus are engaging in several days of joint military exercises U.S. and European allies continue diplomatic efforts to de-escalate Russia’s buildup of armed forces on Ukraine’s border. With us here to talk about the status of the Russian-Ukraine crisis and the diplomatic efforts to resolve that is Angela Stent, a nonresident senior fellow …read more