I joined UK outlets on Sunday to analyze the latest development around the Ukraine War, Russia, and China.

An interview with GB News started with the line, pushed by Russian propaganda and supported by some loud voices in other countries, that it is too costly to support Ukraine’s stand against Vladimir Putin’s invasion.

I replied:

In World War II, I don’t think anybody said we need to stop the war because it’s costing us money.

Why should we say that in the most serious conflict on European soil since 1945?

I discuss the current position across countries providing political, economic, and military aid for Kyiv and — in contrast — China’s balancing act to avoid being tied closely to Putin’s failing invasion.