This isn't the first time that Washington has been OK with "collateral damage".
I see some parallels mentioned in this article, but I’m a little lost.
Didn’t Putin just break a ceasefire of his own making a few weeks ago? What evidence is there to indicate he is willing to negotiate on a good faith basis? This is the article I read recently:
For context: I am someone who is highly critical of the military industrial complex and US foreign policy in general. I don’t think they can be trusted either by any stretch of the imagination. But I want to try to understand both sides of this debate.
It is also interesting to consider cases where the shoe is on the other foot as when NATO country Turkey seized part of Cyprus or the mostly Albanian part of Serbia went for independence backrf up by US bombing of Belgrade and building a major American base, Camp Bondsteel, in Kosova and then threatening to protect Kosova against any invasion (by Serbia).
I'm still waiting for the day that you write an article about Ukraine that blames russia for this war and its continuation instead of blaming Ukraine and the West.