Can Ukraine regain the momentum in its third year of war with Russia?

Retired Army Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges is among the many former U.S. military commanders who fault President Joe Biden’s administration for giving Ukraine only enough military support to keep it from losing, but not enough to win. Hodges, now retired and living in Germany, where he was once based, is a former commanding general of the U.S. Army in Europe and also a former head of NATO’s Allied Land Command in Turkey. The Washington Examiner’s Jamie McIntyre caught up with Hodges when he was in New York on a recent visit. The interview has been lightly edited for clarity.

Washington Examiner: General, you were one of the people early on who believed that Ukraine could win this war despite Russia’s numerical and technological superiority on paper. How would you assess where things stand as we enter year three?

Hodges: I absolutely believe that winning
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