How the West Brought War to Ukraine: Understanding How U.S. and NATO Policies Led to Crisis, War, and the Risk of Nuclear Catastrophe

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How the West Brought War to Ukraine: Understanding How U.S. and NATO Policies Led to Crisis, War, and the Risk of Nuclear Catastrophe

How the West Brought War to Ukraine: Understanding How U.S. and NATO Policies Led to Crisis, War, and the Risk of Nuclear Catastrophe

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It’s pretty remarkable that states have agreed to get around the table on these issues because there’s been so much trust and good will lacking, an increase of nationalism and so on.

This is a fairly short and extremely well written book which uses palin language to demonstrate beyond any doubt that the fundamental reason to the current war in Ukraine is not Putin's madness or imperialism but a deliberate policy of USA ruling elite to create an imminent danger directly next to the heart of Russian federation. Russia’s brutal assault on Ukraine has taken a heavy toll on its citizens but has also united the country in a way not seen before. Closer to Europe, Turkiye sees itself as playing a role similar to the one that India aspires to globally. We’re up against a lot in terms of financial interest, in terms of power interest, in terms of political interest. The opportunist move, says Chatham House UK in the World Initiative director John Kampfner, is an obvious promotion of its post-Brexit ‘Global Britain’ credentials.

Moreover, around three-quarters in each of these two countries and in India believe that Russia is either stronger, or at least equally strong, compared to how they say they perceived it before the war. It also focuses on two regions that are particularly relevant for Europe: the Horn of Africa and the Sahel. This may end up being the biggest geopolitical turning point revealed by the war: that the consolidation of the West is taking place in an increasingly divided post-Western world. And their publics support such an approach, as demonstrated, for example, by their reluctance to consider problems relating to Ukraine to be any of their business. Perceptions of the European Union and Great Britain are also predominantly positive: Indians see these as either an “ally” or “partner.

To solve a dangerous and complicated problem, there has to be a willingness for open and honest debate, devoid of emotional, manipulative argument. Peace negotiations, by nature, invariably involve some compromise but there is a real risk in leaving Ukraine’s sovereignty insecure and Russia ‘sitting on the edge and threatening to regroup’ says Bronwen Maddox. The reason for this Western uncertainty probably comes from Turkiye’s flaunting of its new sovereign foreign policy while remaining, at least on paper, a member of NATO.

Before I do that, let me try to just respond briefly to something you just said, which is I think it can feel difficult to take a position from afar anytime we’re thousands of miles away.



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