Biden’s Push For Ukraine In NATO Is About Dollars, Not Democracy

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The Biden administration recently signed a 10-year bilateral security agreement with Ukraine, plunging the United States and the West deeper into a proxy war with Russia.

In a statement released by the White House, President Joe Biden said that “Ukraine’s future is in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization,” reaffirming the administration’s desire to “expand their defense and security cooperation” and also their “trade and investment ties.”

Biden’s insistence on Ukraine joining NATO is deeply troubling on multiple levels, not the least of which is that Russia views the loss of Ukraine to NATO as an existential threat that could lead to rounds of escalation that end with nuclear war.

This is not hyperbole.

While liberal critics point out that Ukraine is an independent nation and can voluntarily enter into any political or security arrangement it desires, this ignores reality and history — the threat of nuclear war arose during …

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