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David Carment and Dani Belo

David Carment is a fellow at the Institute for Peace and Diplomacy and the Canadian Global Affairs Institute and editor of Canadian Foreign Policy Journal and Palgrave’s Canada and International Affairs Book Series. Dani Belo is an assistant professor of international relations at Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S., and a fellow at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs in Ottawa, Canada. His research focuses on hybrid and gray-zone conflicts, transatlantic security, grand strategy, the evolution of NATO–Russia relations, ethnic conflicts, and the post-Soviet region.

U.S. President Joe Biden, left, and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The U.S. goal to end the Putin regime by over-extending and unbalancing Russia has thus far not succeeded. For those nations both directly and indirectly affected by America’s escalatory actions, there is clearly a lot at stake should the U.S. succeed, write David Carment and Dani Belo. Photographs courtesy of Commons Wikimedia
U.S. President Joe Biden, left, and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The U.S. goal to end the Putin regime by over-extending and unbalancing Russia has thus far not succeeded. For those nations both directly and indirectly affected by America’s escalatory actions, there is clearly a lot at stake should the U.S. succeed, write David Carment and Dani Belo. Photographs courtesy of Commons Wikimedia