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By Max Abrahms
Assessing Washington’s policy towards Ukraine for The Atlantic, Senior Fellow Max Abrahms examines findings from international relations scholarship, suggesting that “the most relevant ones urge greater caution in America’s approach to countering Russia.”
The Munich analogy has been weaponized to make the case against any concessions, but we should be mindful of John Fairbank’s admonition that history is a “grab-bag from which each advocate pulls out a ‘lesson’” to advance an agenda.
Max Abrahms (@MaxAbrahms) is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Northeastern University and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Peace & Diplomacy.