TDC President for The Hill: Has Ukraine won a timely triumph or lost due to a delay?

Maksym Skrypchenko, President of the Transatlantic Dialogue Center, recently wrote an opinion article for The Hill.

In the article, he examines the recent congressional approval of a $60.8 billion aid package for Ukraine amidst its ongoing war with Russia. Drawing parallels with historical instances of American reluctance to intervene in global conflicts, the expert highlights the partisan divisions within Congress and the urgency of providing timely support. The text underscores the real-world implications of delays in aid delivery, stressing that each day’s hesitation translates directly into more casualties and advantages for the aggressor.

The author concludes with a call to action, urging the U.S. to lead with urgency and commitment to justice and peace, emphasizing the strategic importance of the aid package in deterring further aggression and upholding international stability.

Feel free to find the opinion via the link: Has Ukraine just won a timely triumph, or lost due to a tragic delay? | The Hill