In the post-Soviet period, US foreign policy and media establishments have overhyped Ukrainian positives, while disproportionately highlighting the negatives in Russia and Belarus, Michael Averko writes.
By supplying the weapons that Special Representative Volker talked about in his interview, the US will become an accomplice to a conflict that has nothing to do with its national security.
The credibility of the Kiev regime imploded emphatically this week. But so too has the credibility of Western governments and news media imploded.
Washington and Moscow have no core security interests in conflict with each other, especially in Ukraine.