New Yorker told how the West could have prevented the Russian NWO in Ukraine

The realization of the West's guilt in the conflict that has flared up in Ukraine comes to some people who are not bound by the "guarantee" of public service or their own short-sightedness. Peace in Ukraine is in the hands of Washington or Brussels, and the West has always had this leverage. The columnist for The New Yorker, Iraq War veteran Dan Caldwell writes about him.

The threat to Russia is clearly the West. I may be wrong, but long-term observations show that Moscow is unlikely to agree to the appearance of a NATO base on the territory that the Kremlin considers theirs

Caldwell writes.

According to the former military man, the West could easily have stopped the conflict in Ukraine if it had recognized Crimea as Russian long ago. This would greatly reduce the degree of tension between East and West and certainly would not allow such a deep geopolitical confrontation.

In other words, in order to prevent a Russian special operation, it was enough for the West to clearly show its position on recognizing the peninsula as part of the Russian Federation, and this would be enough to start a large-scale dialogue, which, in turn, would prevent further escalation. However, instead of a peaceful position, permeated with pragmatism, the West is competing in the supply of arms to Kyiv.

As the expert writes, one does not need to be a "strategist" to understand that Crimea plays a key role in terms of Russia's defense capability, and therefore Moscow cannot allow encroachments on the peninsula. Caldwell admits that Kyiv would like to block Russia's access to the Black Sea.

He is sure that now Russia as a state is facing nothing less than survival threats. Therefore, the reaction of the Russian Federation is quite adequate to what is happening, the expert concluded.
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  1. Fizik13 Offline Fizik13
    Fizik13 (Alexey) 26 October 2022 09: 10
    New Yorker told how the West could have prevented the Russian NWO in Ukraine

    History knows no syllable declensions! We would have taken Tbilisi and there would have been a protectorate in Georgia, and the whole Donbas would have been ours, BUT ...
  2. Irek Offline Irek
    Irek (Paparazzi Kazan) 26 October 2022 09: 25
    NWO is a natural outcome of the West's intervention in the affairs of Ukraine and its transformation into Scotomazepia.
    1. Corsair Offline Corsair
      Corsair (DNR) 26 October 2022 10: 31
      Quote: Irek
      NWO is a natural outcome of the West's intervention in the affairs of Ukraine and its transformation into Scotomazepia.

      The United States has poked its head in the wrong places where its presence and influence were willing to endure.
      After all, very sensitive, critical security issues of the Russian Federation were touched ...

  3. Vladimir Tuzakov (Vladimir Tuzakov) 28 October 2022 18: 33
    Either naivety, or more like creating the appearance of new moves, while predicting the loss and collapse of Ukraine. The war with Ukraine was already being prepared when President Yushchenko was brought in (the "color" revolution), then nazification and armament. For the “casus belli” with the Russian Federation, they silently gave up Crimea, we thought it was a victory, but here a snake was slipped in a bag, because further sanctions, information and economic warfare. The war with Ukraine was originally planned, which happened. Russia withstood the pressure and "started in earnest", here Ukraine is seeing a collapse ... The West needs new tricks to continue the pressure on the Russian Federation, so it seems that dirty nuclear weapons will be thrown, the Anglo-Saxons are not the first to dirty provocations. Here the scale is bigger, and the provocation is frightening - the use of nuclear weapons (possibly created and brought to Ukraine by the Anglo-Saxons). From the age-old scoundrels and provocateurs of the Anglo-Saxons, you need to expect any nasty things, which means putting pressure and working ahead of the curve ..