@JustinTLogan joined on the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We gave the latest updates and analysis that you won’t get on cable news – with the depth you can’t find on Twitter or social media.
Logan says, “the US military cannot — and will not — come to Ukraine’s aid.” Is there any role for western intervention? What should we make of the apparent bullying by Putin’s Russia.
As usual, restraint and insight are rare commodities.
We went deeper than the superficial narratives and media coverage thus far.
Justin Logan is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute. He is an expert on U.S. grand strategy, international relations theory, and American foreign policy. His current research focuses on the shifting balance of power in Asia-specifically with regard to China-and the limited relevance of the Middle East to U.S.
Sanctioning Russia is justified and sensible, but as punishment, without much hope of reversing or deterring further Russian action in Ukraine. Putin has made clear for a decade and a half that the alignment of Ukraine is of all‐consuming concern for him, and no one should hope that sanctions can limit his fears or ambitions.