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Ukrainian Saga - Vista Towards Its Completion Obscurred

Reader comment on item: How Ukrainian Refugees Could Inadvertently Erase the West
in response to reader comment: Easy Tendencies to Bloodthirstiness Always Associated with Ambitions of Empire - Tools of Modern Warfare Make it Easier

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 9, 2022 at 16:58

It appearing the prosecution of persecution of the Ukraine having troubles in accomplishing the intended goals in any frame of a timely manner, the frigid terrain that is historically the Ukraine sets the stages for waiting out the next phase of finishing all of it until winter passes. But as indicated elsewhere, other objectives are potentially in the offing and the activites of others in the alliance are certainly capturing the imagination of a world that has limited vision to look out for the next breakout moment. It is noted here again, as it was inferred by Medvedev that not all the Russian's ambitions are vetted and territories are in plain sight.
It may take timing and patience but Russian may take his time before saddling up for part two, that remains to be seen.


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