Hello, and welcome back to The Best & The Brightest, your Tuesday foreign policy edition. I am currently on my way back from Europe and en route to the Aspen Security Forum, the annual gathering of national security grandees and those of us who write about them—the kind of place where you end up asking the head of MI6 to get out of the way so you can get to the water cooler. I’ll send you a readout from the mountains next week, but in the meantime, here’slast year’s letter from Aspen and a report on what’s really going on with the Ukrainian offensive.
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On Monday, an explosion ripped up a section of road across the Kerch Strait bridge, Putin’s pet project linking the Russian mainland with illegally annexed Crimea. It was the second time the bridge was hit in less than a year. The last time, in October, a truck bomb ruined part of the rail lines. This time, the damage was the work of...
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