5 Reasons Why The US Might Start a War in 2023

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3. President Biden doesn’t want to pressure Ukraine to make concessions

Ok, let’s clear things up a bit. Everybody freaked out about the thought of “World War Three.” And it’s normal to be scared when everything around us is basically on fire. We are not right in the middle of it, but the situation can escalate in the blink of an eye. In the event that Russia and Ukraine ever reach a peace agreement, Biden reaffirmed that he “will not pressure Ukraine—in private or in public—to make any territorial concessions.” Instead, he claimed, U.S. military assistance was intended to assist Ukrainians in self-defense to “be in the strongest possible position at the negotiating table.”
Policymakers in the United States and other countries must pay attention to the mounting evidence that Zelenskyy’s commitment to continuing the fight for Ukraine truly captures Ukrainian opinions.
Zelenskyy actively seeks out regular communication with Ukrainian citizens, in stark contrast to Putin’s apparent personal seclusion (which is vividly depicted by his meetings with infrequent formal visitors over an impossibly long table).

Nobody, however, predicted or stated that a war between our country and Russia would ever break out.

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3 thoughts on “5 Reasons Why The US Might Start a War in 2023”

  1. The problem is, Biden wants to please everybody, and that is a mayor issue.
    Biden’s foreign policies are also a disaster as we write.I say ruthless at its best.
    Instead of sending Military equipment, why not try to negotiate a peace treaty?

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