President Biden has already sent American troops and NATO allies near Ukraine in a show of support.
However, the president said he would not send US forces directly to Ukraine or into combat.
On Wednesday, Local 4 News spoke with two political science professors at Monmouth College.
They gave more insight into the policy decisions President Biden faces, as well as what voters might think about the country’s role in the world and this conflict.
Jessica Vivian, Assistant Visiting Professor, wonders about the country’s future involvement.
“What do the American people want to do? Do they want to stay globally engaged or do they want to disengage? said Vivian. “Are we still going to be the defenders of democracy?
André Audette, assistant professor, thinks the crisis will have an impact on American politics.
“It’s going to change how our immediate political future might unfold,” Audette said. “We’re in the middle of a Supreme Court nomination, we’re in the middle of the State of the Union coming up and we’re also preparing for the November election, and so I think there’s will have implications for this. ”
The United States sent troops and fighter planes to Eastern European countries, including Poland and Romaniathese last weeks.