US assistance has been a key factor in Ukraine’s ability to not only survive Russia’s invasion but turn the tide in some places. But could the US have done more, and done it sooner? Some in Ukraine and in the West have critiqued the US effort as incremental and risk-averse. Is this a fair critique, and if so, is this type of policy a feature or a bug of the US policy process? FPRI’s Nikolas Gvosdev and Philip Wasielewski join host Robert Hamilton to discuss.