Although US foreign policy tends to be much more stable than domestic policy in the aftermath of US elections, the outcome of the midterm elections could make it more difficult for President Joe Biden to pursue his desired course on a series of major issues. Republicans have stopped short of questioning Biden’s overall approach to the war in Ukraine, especially at the highest echelons of the party. However, an emboldened Republican party might make it difficult for the US to sustain the scope and speed of the military and economic support it has been providing to Ukraine. As Washington is Kyiv’s largest military donor by a wide margin, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s administration is liable to be watching the results closely.
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