When it comes to sustained US support for Kyiv, "gloomy is probably the right word to describe what's happening," says Ivo Daalder.
Distinguished Fellow Dan Glickman, former US secretary of agriculture, says he has little worry about the status of the farm bill.
"The trains have already collided. And the remaining question is whether the region will now explode," writes Ivo Daalder.
"Public opinion is still an important form of accountability," Elizabeth Shackelford writes.
US politics, public opinion, and global implications.
"President Biden simply cannot provide new aid for Ukraine and Israel unless Congress provides that money through appropriations legislations," Jordan Tama explains.
"Fury on the Arab streets has now made the prospect of escalation more likely," writes Ivo Daalder.
Could chaos in the US House of Representatives mean chaos for Ukraine? The Council's @IvoHDaalder joins Deep State Radio to discuss.
“If the United States can’t lead by example as a defender of democracy and the rule of law at home, we’ll have a hard time defending them elsewhere,” says Elizabeth Shackelford.
The spate of civil-military crises is a product of countries dealing with their new positions in a shifting global order, Paul Poast argues.