Friday, May 20

Geopolitics. Ukraine: the arm wrestling continues between East and West

Europe on the brink of armed conflict, or war in Europe. This specter has never been so close since the war in Bosnia (1992-1995) and, further afield, the Berlin crisis (1958-1963), opposing East and West. Already. The shadow of Moscow, stripped only on the surface of its Soviet uniform and chapka, once again threatens the borders of an Eastern European country, Ukraine.

As if the Cold War, six decades later, was resurfacing, along with other technological and military means. How far can climbing go? For many months, many military experts, mainly Anglo-Saxons, have been sounding the alarm about a possible Russian military intervention in Ukraine and refuting a “bluff” by Vladimir Putin. The Russian leader…

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