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🇺🇸🇪🇺🇺🇦🇵🇱 I was asked by @TVPWorld_com about my thoughts on the concept of so-called “Ukraine fatigue” growing among global democracies.

My response:

"Refusing entry to Russians may look like an appealing policy, but it could hurt the West’s friends and help its enemies." @KirkseniyaSF https://cepa.org/visa-bans-help-our-russian-friends-punish-our-enemies/

Evaluating Chinese influence in the CEE is an important step in understanding the Chinese strategy and will work as a foundation for building resilience against China’s efforts to increase its political power in the region. @edwardlucas #CCPinCEE https://cepa.org/chinese-influence-in-central-and-eastern-europe/

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