We’ve all heard much talk of whether or not the U.S. should establish a ‘no-fly zone’ over Ukraine to protect the country from attack from Russian planes. Representative Adam Kinzinger was among the first to call for a limited no-fly zone and since then, others have jumped on the bandwagon. Even Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy has asked NATO to establish such a no-fly zone. But is it really a good idea? I’ve read the pros and cons and I think Nicholas Kristof sums it up best in his latest newsletter …
Here’s Why I’m Against a No-Fly Zone
It increases the risk of a Russian-American war, even of a nuclear exchange. That doesn’t seem worth it.
Nicholas Kristof, March 10
Almost nothing would be as satisfying right now as shooting down a Russian Mig that was bombing a Ukrainian apartment block or hospital. So it’s understandable that there are growing calls…
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