Europe On Fire: The Russo-Ukrainian War, Its Causes and Consequences

Abstract

The Russian-Ukrainian war did not arise overnight, its repercussions were over time, as Russia crosses Ukraine part of it, as it is the dividing line between it and the whole world. Therefore, when Russia saw the intention of Ukraine and NATO to join Ukraine, it immediately declared war with a forward-looking reaction to prevent this. Indeed, Putin launched a war on Ukraine on February 24, 2022, certainly the whole world persecuted it as a brutal act, and various economic sanctions were imposed on Russia to urge it to stopping the war, but in vain, Russia did not respond to anyone and did not stop the war. Does this mean that we are on the verge of a global nuclear war, given that the war includes countries with huge nuclear arsenals, or that the war could end in reconciliation one day?

Asmaa Elsherbiny (2022) Europe On Fire: The Russo-Ukrainian War, Its Causes and Consequences, Global Journal of Political Science and Administration, Vol.10, No.4, pp.71-83

Keywords: China, Europe, NATO, Russia, Russian war, Ukraine, United States, War

DOI: https://doi.org/10.37745/gjpsa.2013/vol10n47183

Article Review Status: Published

Pages: 71-83 (Download PDF)

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