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Capitulation in Minsk

Last week I tried to imagine Vladimir Putin’s endgame in Ukraine: exactly what objectives was he after in waging war on his neighbor? Then, on Monday, as peace talks in Minsk were bruited about, I wrote that, given a confluence of powerful ideological, domestic political and geostrategic imperatives, only a complete fulfillment of the “endgame’s” aims would compel Putin to agree to a “peace” (or at least a break in the aggression).For this to happen, however, the West would have to “deliver” Kiev by “squeezing” from it concessions on all of Russia’s key conditions. With such a “peace” tantamount to …read more

Source: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research

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