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Ukraine Shows We Need a Third Option Besides War and Sanctions

The search for a better option must begin now

Garry Knight, via Wikimedia Commons/Public Domain

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine forces some difficult decisions on the United States. The reluctance to enter another foreign war after the debacles in Afghanistan and Iraq have created isolationism in the US not seen since before World War II.

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Mitchell Plitnick

Mitchell Plitnick

Author of "Except for Palestine," with Marc Lamont Hill. President of ReThinking Foreign Policy. Policy analyst for 20 years.

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