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Experts: Biden Admin Trying to Prolong Ukraine War, Destabilize Region

'A guarantor of economic order, the United States has come to mistake itself for a promulgator of international law... '

(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused the United States of prolonging the conflict between Russia and Ukraine in order to “maintain [its] hegemony” in the region, the Moscow Times reported.

As the State Department pumps close to another billion dollars in military aid into the interminable conflict, the Russian president suggested that the Biden administration is happy to use Ukrainians as “cannon fodder” as part of its plan to “destabilize the region and the world.”

Putin’s assessment tracks both with Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin‘s recent claim that the United States wants “to see Russia weakened” and with the view of several experts who argue that the aims of the Biden administration have increasingly diverged from those of the Ukrainians themselves, despite the president’s claims to the contrary.

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Sean Spoonts, a U.S. Navy veteran and editor-in-chief of Special Operations Forces Report, told Newsweek that Presidents Biden and Ukraine’s Zelenskyy are no longer on the same page.

“It seems like while Ukraine would like to end the war quickly and decisively defeat Russian forces and drive them out of their country, U.S. policy almost seems designed to prolong the conflict hoping to bring about the collapse of Russia itself, both militarily and economically,” Spoonts said.

The American lawyer Dan Kovalik told Big League Politics that the United States had been provoking conflict between Russia and Ukraine “for years” in advance of Putin’s invasion, and was not willing to give up on its long-term goals.

“Of course, the US is trying to prolong the war in Ukraine to destabilize the region,” Kovalik said. “The US has been provoking this conflict for eight years in order to draw the Russians into a war which would undermine and potentially destroy Russia.”

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According to the political commentator Christopher Caldwell, the United States’ foreign policy apparatus is desperately attempting to maintain its status within the international community.

“A guarantor of economic order, the United States has come to mistake itself for a promulgator of international law, able to consign any country, at any time, to the status of an international pariah,” Caldwell wrote. “Rival great powers see the United States actively engaged in undermining them, and sometimes they are right to.”

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