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The U.S. will send antitank weaponry to Ukraine. Here are 4 big questions.

The Trump administration last week announced updated sanctions on Russian individuals and companies, a reminder that the conflict in eastern Ukraine remains unresolved. In late December, the administration decided to begin supplying antitank missiles to Ukraine, a reversal of an Obama-era decision not to provide lethal weapons to this conflict. Since 2015, the conflict in […]
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