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This article originally appeared on RadioFreeEurope RadioLiberty

James L. Jones is a retired four-star Marine Corps general and a former NATO supreme allied commander in Europe (2003-06) and onetime national-security adviser to U.S. President Barack Obama (2009-10). He is now a consultant and frequent commentator on security issues who has strongly advocated for military and other aid to help Ukraine defend itself against the Russian invasion.

Jones talked to RFE/RL’s Georgian Service about the global reverberations of the Ukrainian war, whether providing longer-range weapons risks a wider war, and what this coming February should tell us about “donor fatigue.”

Read the full interview at RadioFreeEurope RadioLiberty.

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