How should the U.S. respond if Russia invades Ukraine, again?

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In this image provided by The White House, President Joe Biden speaks as he meets virtually via a secure video conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin from the Situation Room at the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021. At far left is White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan along with Secretary of State Antony Blinken, right, national security council senior director for Russian and Central Asia, Eric Green. Biden says the U.S. would take a more direct role in diplomacy to address Vladimir Putin’s issues with Ukraine and Europe at large, if Putin forgoes any new invasion of Ukraine. Adam Schultz/The White House / AP Photo
US Russia Ukraine
In this image provided by The White House, President Joe Biden speaks as he meets virtually via a secure video conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin from the Situation Room at the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2021. At far left is White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan along with Secretary of State Antony Blinken, right, national security council senior director for Russian and Central Asia, Eric Green. Biden says the U.S. would take a more direct role in diplomacy to address Vladimir Putin’s issues with Ukraine and Europe at large, if Putin forgoes any new invasion of Ukraine. Adam Schultz/The White House / AP Photo

How should the U.S. respond if Russia invades Ukraine, again?

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