Tuesday, 23 July 2024
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Does Ukraine’s war with Russia end in failure?

  • If Russia invades Moldova and the Baltics and Ukraine loses its war against Vladimir Putin.
  • Viktor Orban of Hungary is impeding both this and a multibillion-pound aid package.
  • More autocrats in Iran are supplying Russia’s drones, which are attacking civilian infrastructure in Ukraine.

If Russia invades Moldova and the Baltics and Ukraine loses its war against Vladimir Putin, this week could be crucial in the end of the free world. Since the counteroffensive by Ukraine has failed, autocrats in the Gulf, China, and North Korea are supporting Russia.

There is no guarantee that President Zelenskyy will receive the billions more in military support and aid that he is begging from allies in America and Europe.

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While Russia can hold on for a year and wait for a man who isn’t interested in defending the free world to take over as leader, European leaders seem to be living in denial.

Reversing earlier promises made during the conflict, European leaders might back off from pushing Ukraine’s EU membership. Viktor Orban of Hungary, who is pro-Putin, is impeding both this and a multibillion-pound aid package. Ukraine will receive a terrible message if other leaders lack the guts to confront him and compel Ukraine to win this issue.

More autocrats in Iran are supplying Russia’s drones, which are attacking civilian infrastructure in Ukraine, leaving the country’s citizens to endure another winter without heat or electricity in their homes.

They will also be plagued by doubt since the West will not fulfill its pledge to support Ukraine for however long it takes. Moscow will be encouraged even more by Europe’s hesitation and hesitancy, just as it was earlier in the year when Russia was able to fortify itself while the West quarreled over the deployment of tanks.

There’s no denying that the message sent by European leaders this week could play a critical role in thwarting the greatest threat to international order since World War Two. We might be stuck paying the price for years to come if they lose that chance due to internal strife and petty disputes.

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