Sergey Radchenko

Zelensky is in a serious bind

Can he keep Ukrainian morale high without alienating his allies?

(Photo: Getty)

The recent spat between Kyiv and Warsaw over grain – with Ukraine suing Poland at the WTO – has come at bad time. In normal times, a trade dispute (however meaningful for those directly affected) would barely register. At a time of mortal danger, however, rifts between allies are grounds for profound concern.

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Sergey Radchenko
Sergey Radchenko is a professor at the Kissinger Center, School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University in Washington D.C.

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