The Moral and Legal Case for Sending Russia’s Frozen $300 Billion to Ukraine

From a Washington Post column by Lawrence H. Summers, Philip B. Zelikow, and Robert D. Zoellick headlined “The moral and legal case for sending Russia’s frozen $300 billion to Ukraine”:

Russia’s assault on Ukraine has become a brutal war of attrition — militarily but also economically and socially. Russian President Vladimir Putin recognizes the nature of this struggle. Ukraine, having lost one-third of its GDP, with one-third of its population already displaced and the lights flickering on and off, could win battles and still lose the war.