A Shared Destiny Between Ukraine and Russia

On the 24th of February 2022, Russian Federation launched a full-scale war against Ukraine. This is the next – and most likely the final stage of an aggressive strategy which first revealed its talons in 2014. You can also get more info about War in Ukraine online.

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This is also an extension, more targeted this time around, of the same resentful ideology that was behind the earlier attacks. A declining President Putin as well as his entourage is on the verge of rushing to modify the post-Cold War international order and change the place of Russia within the framework. 

They want Russia – or rather an expanded Union State to be one of the most powerful states on the planet, yet each step since 2013 has resulted in more isolation and a decrease in its role on the global stage: 

Russia is no longer an official G8 member the impact of its presence is decreasing within the post-Soviet region and Central as well as Eastern European countries are receiving the benefit of a rising amount of NATO forces. 

Despite achieving results that are contrary to their goals, however, the Kremlin is continuing to add slip-ups and infractions to international rules and regulations. While blindly pursuing its goals the Russian regime has changed away from the hybrid war it engaged in against Ukraine particularly from 2014 to 2021 into a bad old-fashioned ground war against its western neighbor starting on the 24th of February 2022.