Short answer: no. Integral Philosophy offers no theory on how to judge actions or policies right or wrong. For issues of that sort, integralists must fall back on the best thinking of the orange-rational moral philosophies of the last 400 years. For example, Immanuel Kant’s Categorical Imperative has been hugely influential down to the present day. His CI appears in two versions:
- Act only on that maxim that you can consistently will to be a universal law.
- Always treat persons as ends in themselves, never merely as a means to your own ends.
There is endless debate about these formulations, but something like both of them are part of a wide consensus on how actions are to be morally assessed. Version 2 seems to imply that proxy wars are immoral; they involve a nation A adopting as policy the use of citizens of country B to fight a war against an enemy of country A for country A’s own ends. On that basis, the US is fighting an immoral war against Russia. Its strategic aim is to weaken Russia to the point where it is no longer a serious competitor for world, or at least European, hegemony. In the words of former ambassador Charles Freeman, characterizing US policy, “We will fight to the last Ukrainian for Ukrainian independence.”