Russia's unjustifiable war of aggression in Ukraine

Since Russia never pulled its troops out, as the agreement demanded, they had no intention of implementing it either.

So what's your point?
Bit disingenuous the West accussing Russia of bad faith when they themselves had no intention to abide by agreement, kinda like the promise given to Russia that NATO would not expand any further east.
 
Bit disingenuous the West accussing Russia of bad faith when they themselves had no intention to abide by agreement, kinda like the promise given to Russia that NATO would not expand any further east.
Provide a link to the written and signed version of the promise that NATO would not expand. While you’re at it, prove that NATO was ever an aggressive military threat to Russia.

Meanwhile, Russian troops should not have been involved in the first place. Also, you have provided no proof for your assertion. As usual.
 
Provide a link to the written and signed version of the promise that NATO would not expand. While you’re at it, prove that NATO was ever an aggressive military threat to Russia.

Meanwhile, Russian troops should not have been involved in the first place. Also, you have provided no proof for your assertion. As usual.




"Not one inch eastward".
 


"Not one inch eastward".
Johnson. Definitely a man who can be trusted. 😂

As for Gorbachev, pillow talk doesn’t count. And shit that happened a third of a century ago doesn’t give Putin any right now to do anything at all.

You fail again.
 
My prediction is a peace agreement reached next autumn. Russia keeps Crimea. (Unfortunately). Everything else goes back to Ukraine. Ukraine joins Nato and builds a vast defensive barrier (ground and air) all along its Russia/Belarus border.
Russia cutoff from the developed world indefinitely and slowly disintegrates from within.

That's a fairly decent stab at predicting the outcome IMO.

But for Putin to give up everything apart from Crimea would require him to take an absolute hammering this year. The big question is whether he would launch a nuclear strike in Ukraine in such circumstances.
 
There was a really good 3 part documentary started on BBC 2 on Monday last. It's available on U Tube (search Putin v The West BBC 2)

Part 1 gave a really good account of the lead in to the invasion of Crimea and the follow up including how the Minsk deal was agreed. Excellent interviews with many of the players.

Well worth checking out and recording part 2 & 3
 
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