Ukraine’s foreign minister sees E.U. candidacy as a crucial step toward joining a ‘liberal empire.’

KYIV, Ukraine — As the European Union summit began in Brussels on Thursday evening, an aide to Ukraine’s foreign minister tuned into the proceedings on a laptop.

The minister, Dmytro Kuleba, whose left leg was in a tight red cast after a basketball injury, was upbeat as he watched the European Council grant his war-battered country something it had been seeking without success for years: the coveted status as a candidate to join the bloc.

It was one of the best pieces of news for Ukraine,…

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