... for peace in Ukraine is for Ukraine to take a humble look at the situation, to accept its position in world politics, and to stop provoking the country it perceives to be a threat, expecting the West to bail them out.
1 - ACLED: Bringing Clarity to Crisis. Regional Overview: Europe 6-12 September. ACLED, 2020. https://acleddata.com/2020/09/17/regional-overview-europe6-12-september-2020/. 2 - Markedonov, Sergey. De facto statehood in Eurasia: a political and security phenomenon. Caucasus Survey, ...
- 17.05.2021 11:25:41
... but also because in the past allied forces - especially Turkish ones - attacked Syrian objectives on multiple occasions.
This could lead to an escalation that would involve the United States and Russia, which has always been a concern during this crisis. Now that the American administration is about to change, there is a chance that things may ameliorate on that front, but it is quite too early to assess if elected President Trump will follow through with his program of relaxing relations with ...
- 28.11.2016 00:14:00
... of disaster, where it remained, precariously-balanced, for thirteen – seemingly never-ending – days. Fast forwarding to half a century later, it is 2015 and it is impossible not to notice how the hard-learned lesson of the Cuban Missile Crisis appears to have been forgotten. Although the current “Cold War II” hasn't reached the same dangerous peaks of its former incarnation, I maintain that it shows all the signs of a conflict escalating so rapidly, that a revival ...
- 01.07.2015 21:05:00