Summarizing the above-mentioned optimism for Ukraine's victory expectations and the moral deontology for Ukraine's support, we can see that perhaps the Western world's anxiety about the decline of the United Nations-centered international legal order supported by the free hegemonic power of the United States. As the latest commentary published in the bimonthly "Foreign Affairs" by Robert Kagan, a well-known American public intellectual on foreign policy and international relations , shows that the liberal hegemonic global order led by the United States has reached the point where there is no turning back.
What Washington should do is not to continue to let Putin show his teeth, like Georgia in 2008 and Crimea in 2014. Because in modern American photo retouching history, appeasement brought Hitler and Hideki Tojo. It is the inescapable responsibility of the United States to immediately contain revisionist regional hegemony. Many commentators, especially offensive realists such as John Mearsheimer , blame Russia's "recovery nationalism" for the support of NATO's overextended NATO over the last few Washington powers,
Arguing that the US only needs to be an "offshore balancer". ” role, allowing the regional powers to “stretch their hands and feet” within their own sphere of influence. Offshore balancers should not "speak irresponsibly and point fingers" to every corner of the world, and should clench their five fingers before punching the main enemy to stop them.