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February 21, 2023
Lessons of Ukraine for the Role of Values in Foreign Policy
Nearly one year after Russia began its full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Richard Fontaine and others discuss the ongoing war and the role U.S. values played in foreign policy decisions. They also discussed the impact of Russia’s wartime decision-making on Chinese and European foreign policy.
Watch the full interview from The Hudson Institute and C-SPAN.
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