All my life the U.S. has been at war somewhere in the world. The big ones — Vietnam, the Middle East, Afghanistan — were all failures. To the extent that past performance can predict future outcomes, our proxy war against Russia in Ukraine may prove a failure, too.
But one also can forecast outcomes from present facts on the ground. The article at hand points out that Ukraine’s ability to wage war is degrading. Ukraine’s military may soon have to divide itself to fight on multiple fronts. And it is unlikely that NATO can resupply Ukraine any time soon.
This is a message idealists and warmongers in the West don’t want to hear. But not wanting to hear at this point has become irrelevant.