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Four ways the war in Ukraine might end

Anticipating the uncertainties that this war will bring is a critical step toward successfully navigating its possible consequences | THE INDEPENDENT | The invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces has spurred Europe’s worst security crisis in decades. But while most analysis is rightly focused on the immediate situation, it is …

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Timeline: Development of Russia-Ukraine conflict

Kiev, Ukraine | Xinhua | The Russian Armed Forces have attacked multiple locations since Russian President Vladimir Putin authorized on Thursday morning “a special military operation” in Donbass. Moscow expressed its willingness to talk with Kiev with a focus on obtaining a guarantee of neutral status and non-deployment of offensive weapons …

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Putin authorizes “special military operation” in Donbass region

Moscow, Russia | Xinhua | Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday authorized “a special military operation” in the Donbass region, and Ukraine confirmed that military targets across the country were under attack. “Our plans do not include the occupation of Ukrainian territories. We are not going to impose anything on anyone …

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The West must accept reality in Ukraine

Unless the US can show that it’ll fight, Ukraine won’t escape from Russian influence to true independence COMMENT | NANCY QIAN | The buildup of Russian forces near Ukraine’s border has led to fears of a new war. But the conflict is hardly new, and nor are Russia’s objectives. Ukraine, …

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