Biden to escalate in Ukraine: NYT
According to a report published in the NYT citing an anonymous US official, the US in the Ukrainian conflict appears to have grown more audacious as Washington grows restless to reclaim the lands lost to Russia since the start of the special military operation.
According to a report published in The New York Times citing an anonymous US official, the US in the Ukrainian conflict appears to have grown more audacious as Washington grows restless to reclaim the lands lost to Russia since the start of the special military operation.
According to the report, the US wants to see a Ukrainian victory since that would entail reclaiming the territories lost to Russia. As Moscow doesn't appear to be determined to keep the new regions, the Biden administration will reportedly be working with more grit to assist Ukraine.
The article added that in light of the recent audacious change in the US’ strategy, the threshold for escalation will be raised significantly.
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