Many who faced the pessimism of Austrian President Carl Neymar after his meeting with Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Monday have wondered how far the Russian president is prepared to go.
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As Luke LaVoy put it on the “La Jude” show, “If we ask ourselves how far Putin can go, I no longer know.
For Mathieu Bock-Côté, the Russian president’s intentions for Ukraine were never clear.
What is the purpose of Vladimir Putin’s war? We never know, that’s the problem, “said David Cook, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.
However, Joster believes that the Russian president has “abandoned the idea of a kind of reconciliation” with Ukraine.
“We are on a policy of destruction. Something has changed in his software, but how far does he want to go? We still have questions in our heads, ”said Matthew Bock-Code.
Elsie Lefebvre, for her part, believes that the period of conflict will benefit Russia.
“The problem is, the conflict drags on […]. Internationally, the conflict loses its absolute priority and leaves little game for Vladimir Bowden, “he declared.
Luke Lavoie believes that the inaction of other countries, especially fear of nuclear weapons, will encourage Vladimir Putin to continue his attacks in other countries.
“If we follow this logic, where will he go next time? I do not understand how far he will go, ”he argues.
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