NYT編集委員会は明確なウクライナ戦略を持っていなかったためにバイデンを打つ, 米国はロシアとの戦争を煽るべきではないと警告する

木曜日に公開された作品で, タイムズは、ウクライナとロシアの間で進行中の戦争が次の方向にシフトする可能性があるというDNIアブリルヘインズからの警告を繰り返した “より予測不可能で潜在的にエスカレートする軌道” and while Congress passed another $ 40 billion in emergency aid for Ukraine, the bipartisan nature is on shaky grounds as some Republicans are decrying a potential never-ending conflict for the U.S. to be involved in.

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These are extraordinary costs and serious dangers, and yet there are many questions that President Biden has yet to answer for the American public with regard to the continued involvement of the United States in this conflict,” the editorial board wrote.

ワシントン, DC - イングルウッド 28: U.S President Joe Biden gives remarks at a Black History Month celebration event in the East Room of the White House on February 28, 2022 DCントンで, DC. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

ワシントン, DC – イングルウッド 28: U.S President Joe Biden gives remarks at a Black History Month celebration event in the East Room of the White House on February 28, 2022 ワシントンで, DC. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images) (Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

The board revived its message back in March about supporting a commitment to Ukraine’s freedom and that the U.S. must lead in providing support for the country suffering from Russia’s unprovoked invasion.

That goal cannot shift, but in the end, it is still not in America’s best interest to plunge into an all-out war with Russia, even if a negotiated peace may require Ukraine to make some hard decisions,” the Times told readers. “And the U.S. aims and strategy in this war have become harder to discern, as the parameters of the mission appear to have changed.

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The Times laid out several questions for the Biden administration like is the U.S. “trying to help bring an end to this conflictthrough a peace agreement or is ittrying to weaken Russia permanently,” whether the U.S. will hold Russian President Vladimir Putinaccountable as a war criminal” そして “is the goal to try to avoid a wider war — and if so, how does crowing about providing U.S. intelligence to kill Russians and sink one of their ships achieve this?”

KYIV, UKRAINE - 行進 11, 2022 - President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy is pictured during his regular address to the nation, これは他の会社です。, capital of Ukraine. The head of state said that we had already reached a strategic turning point and were moving towards our victory. The custom-size photo is courtesy of the press service of the Office of the President of Ukraine.

KYIV, UKRAINE – 行進 11, 2022 – President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy is pictured during his regular address to the nation, これは他の会社です。, capital of Ukraine. The head of state said that we had already reached a strategic turning point and were moving towards our victory. The custom-size photo is courtesy of the press service of the Office of the President of Ukraine. (UKRINFORM/ Ukrinform/Future Publishing via Getty Images | getty)

Without clarity on these questions, the White House not only risks losing Americans’ interest in supporting Ukrainians — who continue to suffer the loss of lives and livelihoods — but also jeopardizes long-term peace and security on the European continent,” the board warned the Biden administration. “Americans have been galvanized by Ukraine’s suffering, but popular support for a war far from U.S. shores will not continue indefinitely. Inflation is a much bigger issue for American voters than Ukraine, and the disruptions to global food and energy markets are likely to intensify.

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The board urged Bidento make the case to American votersahead of the November midterms that helping Ukraine is supportingdemocratic valuesand self-defense of a nation’s own sovereignty while stressing thatpeace and security remain the ideal outcome in this war.

It also called out Biden’s declaration that Putincannot remain in power,” Defense Sec. Lloyd Austin’s comment that Russia must beweakened,” as well as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s vow that the U.S. will back Ukraineuntil victory is won,” saying such commentsdo not bring negotiations any closer.

我ら. President Joe Biden speaks during an event at the Royal Castle, amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, in Warsaw, Poland March 26, 2022. Slawomir Kaminski /Agencja Wyborcza.pl via REUTERS

我ら. President Joe Biden speaks during an event at the Royal Castle, amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, in Warsaw, Poland March 26, 2022. Slawomir Kaminski /Agencja Wyborcza.pl via REUTERS (ロイター)

“最終的には, it is the Ukrainians who must make the hard decisions: They are the ones fighting, dying and losing their homes to Russian aggression, and it is they who must decide what an end to the war might look like. If the conflict does lead to real negotiations, it will be Ukrainian leaders who will have to make the painful territorial decisions that any compromise will demand,” the Times wrote.

But as the war continues, 氏. Biden should also make clear to President Volodymyr Zelensky and his people that there is a limit to how far the United States and NATO will go to confront Russia, and limits to the arms, money and political support they can muster. It is imperative that the Ukrainian government’s decisions be based on a realistic assessment of its means and how much more destruction Ukraine can sustain.

The Times continued, “Confronting this reality may be painful, but it is not appeasement. This is what governments are duty bound to do, not chase after an illusory ‘win.’ Russia will be feeling the pain of isolation and debilitating economic sanctions for years to come, and Mr. Putin will go down in history as a butcher. The challenge now is to shake off the euphoria, stop the taunting and focus on defining and completing the mission. America’s support for Ukraine is a test of its place in the world in the 21st century, and Mr. Biden has an opportunity and an obligation to help define what that will be.

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