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What do you think about the Ukrainian-Russo war?  

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1994 Budapest Memorandum gave the independence of Ukraine in exchange that Ukraine give up its nuclear weapons which had the third largest at time. 

The current conflict can be described an over-arching escalation of Russia's reclamation of its old past and glory. 

For centuries Ukraine was historically part of Russia and it was where Kievan Rus largely dominated. 

 

I would blame the international policy position on Ukraine and US foreign policy as the root causes for this conflict to escalate. 

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11 hours ago, Keza Purple said:

1994 Budapest Memorandum gave the independence of Ukraine in exchange that Ukraine give up its nuclear weapons which had the third largest at time. 

The current conflict can be described an over-arching escalation of Russia's reclamation of its old past and glory. 

For centuries Ukraine was historically part of Russia and it was where Kievan Rus largely dominated. 

 

I would blame the international policy position on Ukraine and US foreign policy as the root causes for this conflict to escalate. 

I think that another part of the problem is that countries aren’t more involved, and just care about themselves.

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2 hours ago, Kaka Canli said:

I think that another part of the problem is that countries aren’t more involved, and just care about themselves.

You say that like it's not a delicate matter that involves the potential of literal nuclear holocaust. We're talking Russia. The country that owns about half of the world's entire nuclear warhead arsenal (about 6,000 out of 12,700) while the United States has 4,000. And at this point, it's hard to tell what Putin would and would not be willing to do.

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3 hours ago, Jacob Knox said:

You say that like it's not a delicate matter that involves the potential of literal nuclear holocaust. We're talking Russia. The country that owns about half of the world's entire nuclear warhead arsenal (about 6,000 out of 12,700) while the United States has 4,000. And at this point, it's hard to tell what Putin would and would not be willing to do.

Ok, but we can’t just let Russia take Ukraine. Maybe someone should kill Putin? It’s immoral but it might work. 

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On 4/12/2022 at 2:10 PM, Kaka Canli said:

Ok, but we can’t just let Russia take Ukraine. Maybe someone should kill Putin? It’s immoral but it might work. 

It's quite likely Putin's biggest fear right now is someone from the Russian military or FSB doin' 'em in. Immoral? I'm not so sure of that.

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