Lessons of Ukraine War: Rethinking America’s Footprint in Europe
Washington needs a new approach that structures America’s actions and commitments to match its vital interests.
In all theaters, the U.S. needs the capacity and capability to protect its vital interests. But the global footprint we lay down ought to be designed to respond to what is going on in the world and shaped to deliver what we need to protect U.S. interests in the future.
A Heritage Foundation vice president, James Jay Carafano directs the think tank’s research on matters of national security and foreign relations.