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Support for Ukraine's freedom strengthens Asia's security

China, North Korea and Iran have been emboldened by Russia's invasion

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Ukrainian soldiers prepare to fire a multiple launch rocket system: Kyiv could use more help, especially from Asia.    © AP

Igor Khrestin is the Bradford M. Freeman managing director of global policy at the George W. Bush Institute in Dallas, Texas. David J. Kramer is the Bush Institute's executive director.

The U.S. Congress this week finally approved a substantial new aid package for Ukraine after months of delays. This support will be invaluable to Kyiv as it faces an onslaught from emboldened Russian forces.

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