Ukraine could “force Putin into a ceasefire” as China withdraws support | Michael Binyon

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“Ukraine could force Russia into a ceasefire, potentially with the help of China.”

Following the US aid package to Ukraine was approved, Michael Binyon gives his opinion on what it will take to end the war in Ukraine.

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Advocating for a frozen conflict is promising a further conflict.

billrumbley
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Why on Earth would Ukraine push Russia into a time out where the Russians could train troops and rearm????

daleamon
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Crimea has not always been russian. For most of its history it was not russian at all. The guest’s knowledge level is weak on a number of points.

davidmacdonald
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It is seriously shameful that the whole of Europe has dithered recklessly in its support of Ukraine.

charleswilliams
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This man is ignorant about Ukraine and Ukrainians.

bps
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theres a russian border to retreat back to if want ceasefire, ,

TheLucidscreamz
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Crimea is strategically very important for Ukraine. How dare you even suggest, that it cannot be recaptured.

bushpocket
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Is this Chamberlains grandson? Ukraine have said they want to liberate their land, letting Russia keep the occupied territories is a victory for Russia and a guaranteed way to ensure they will come back for the rest at a later date once they’ve regrouped and built up more military capabilities. The western economies dwarf Russia 25 to 1, victory is possible only with political will to give Ukraine weapons, and lots of them. Russia has more reason to leave than Ukraine does, they are fighting a foreign war whereas Ukraine is defending the homeland.

jjw
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This lovely gentleman has a vague understanding of Ukraine and its history. He doesn’t know basic geography either. Crimea historically was Tatar, and changed hands multiple times. Briefly it was incorporated into Soviet Union, but it’s always known to have been Ukrainian rather than Russian.

JR-mxpn
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Hmm... Mr Binyon is still following the Moscow line at every possible opportunity; fortunately for us we know he has a record of this and so can write of his doom-mongering for what it is.

ginojaco
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This guy either works for Russia or the BBC

gtjpxkp
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Ukraine has limits on all NATO weapons in that they can't and don't use things like Stormshadow missiles on the actual territory of Russia proper. As Ukraine have never broken this promise in over two years of war now Germany's worries about the Taurus seem totally imaginary.

jay
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Why did republicans change their mind? Hello Brits millions of Americans wrote their representatives and they felt the

VDD-
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I say old boy you're a tad wrong you underestimate Ukraine.

paddyneville
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Tell you who else is not happy with this war and Putler. The Russian Navy and Russian AF.

govinda
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What a lot of people, including Trump, are failing to understand is that money for the Ukrainian war effort doesn't go directly to Ukraine. Most of it goes to American arms manufacturers. And that helps the American economy. It's only Trump's ties to Putin that are holding things up. Most real Republicans actually want to help Ukraine and wanted to all along.

IusedtohaveausernameIliked
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13:22 Soviets, not necessarily "Russians" and the sad reality is some of those Soviets were Ukrainian. I understand Germany's war guilt but at times it seems misguided and it makes it that much worse that their (and our collective) inaction could lead to the next big one which if you think they have war guilt now, imagine how much they'd have if they played a role even accidentally in ushering in a new global war seems how we have them to thank for the last two.

bradburke
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Ukraine doesnt want a ceasefire. Neither does russia. China is continuing support for russia using ever more discreet methods.
I dont understand why ceasefire is being discussed at all...

pauliewalnuts
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Will the real lord haw haw please stand up.

michaelmullins
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Your guest is really making very broad sweeping statements which am not sure are basefd on facts.

jamesmaina