Ukraine’s recovery depends on security guarantees

NATO membership may be off the table, but long-term investment will only come with effective deterrence against future Russian aggression, writes John Lough.

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There is no shortage of creative thinking in Kyiv and western capitals about how Ukraine should rebuild itself when Russia’s war ends. The first international conference on Ukraine’s recovery in Lugano last July emphasized the possibilities for new approaches, including digital transformation and a move to green energy as part of a process to modernize society providing for gender equality and respect for human rights.

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