RUSSIA: WHAT NEXT?
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Great perspective that offers insight from a historians’ catalogue of world events. I’ve been reading many news reports about the current events in Ukraine, and none offered a more unique point of view than Mr. van Tuyll’s. EXCELLENT!
Great article. Putin respects only strength. What the Alliance has projected is a weak, tepid, and belated response. Imagine what eighty-five billion dollars of modern military weaponry and equipment, abandoned to the Taliban, would have provided the courageous Ukrainian people to defend their homeland.
Well done Hubert. Russia’s geography and historic experience propels her as with most nations. More recently the United States has abandoned that survival tendency.
The fly in this ointment is China’s synchronized invasion plans of Tiawan in conjunction with Russia’s invasion plans.
Russia is not going this alone.
“Russia and China Unveil a Pact Against America and the West”
But everything should work out if we can just finish discharging tens of thousands of our own valuable, experienced military members from our already depleted forces for not getting vaccinated before the invasions begin .