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What Ukraine Urgently Needs to Defend Itself

After Russian aggression in Crimea and Russia’s support for the separatist forces in eastern Ukraine, there are many who believe the United States should take further action to help Ukraine defend itself. Indeed, since 2014, the United States has provided approximately $600 million in security assistance to Ukraine, among other forms of aid. After Russian military activities in Syria, there are reports that European and U.
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