Was Vox Political article the blueprint for Russo-Ukrainian peace?

The negotiators: it may look as dull as ditchwater but it seems peace may break out as a result of what has been happening in this room.

Even This Writer can’t seriously make the claim in the headline.

But isn’t it curious that negotiators have come up with a 15-point plan for peace, after This Site published its own naive – I thoughtconcepts of what might work.

The one element that seems to be public knowledge at the time of writing is that Ukraine would give up its bid to join Nato, becoming neutral but able to call on protection from allies like the US, UK and Turkey.

That’s very close to my suggestion that Ukraine remain outside Nato but be able to call on the organisation for protection if its borders were violated – isn’t it?

Perhaps the negotiators could take up my ideas about the breakaway eastern territories and those seized by Russia in 2014 too?

This Writer’s biggest concern is that sanctions imposed by other nations against Russia become a sticking-point in international relations.

Logically, any that have been imposed by the UK will be dropped with indecent speed by Boris Johnson, because he’ll want to restore his funding stream.

But Russia’s claim that Western sanctions against Russia are “aggression and war with economic, political, information means” is a cause for concern.

Sanity may be breaking out between Russia and Ukraine, but is there any hope that it may spread elsewhere as well?

Source: Ukraine war: Reports ’15-point’ peace deal being ‘seriously discussed’ as Putin says he’s ‘ready to talk’ | World News | Sky News

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1 thought on “Was Vox Political article the blueprint for Russo-Ukrainian peace?

  1. El Dee

    I believe that for the past few years the US has been trying to restart the Cold War. This New Cold War is to include China too. Notably they have been trying to push for sanctions against any country not actively condemning Russia, something that doesn’t allow for any country to maintain a neutral status which I notice that Switzerland seems to have abandoned now.

    I don’t foresee the sanctions being lifted by the US. Russia has been successfully demonised in the eyes of the public and they have their pretext for the New Cold War. Of course Russia’s invasion cannot be excused but Ukraine has reneged on every agreement it made with Russia and the agreements made over NATO encroachment have all been thrown out too.

    The press have been keen to push the nuclear war angle and it now seems we will be spending much more on ‘offensive defense’ than before, no doubt to come out of the money that was supposed to be building hospitals??

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