ADVERTISEMENT

Russia-Ukraine warfare information: Austin discusses Russia, China at Shangri-La Dialogue

74
SHARES
1.2k
VIEWS
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

ADVERTISEMENT


U.S. Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin invoked the Russian invasion of Ukraine as a reminder that safety or prosperity in Asia “can’t be taken as a right” in a speech on the annual Shangri-La Dialogue protection talks in Singapore, throughout which he additionally mentioned tensions with China.

“Russia’s stunning aggression” reveals “folks in all places how harmful our world would develop into if massive nations might simply invade their peaceable neighbors with impunity,” he mentioned. “Russia’s invasion reveals us all the risks of dysfunction and the price of chaos.”

Right here’s the most recent on the warfare and its ripple results throughout the globe.

U.S. rebuffs cease-fire calls in its strategy for Ukraine resilience: Laying out the long-term U.S. technique for Ukraine, Secretary of State Antony Blinken mentioned for a “simply and lasting peace,” Russia have to be ready to respect Ukraine’s territorial integrity and put together to face accountability for warfare crimes, Missy Ryan studies. He rebuffed cease-fires or concessions of Ukrainian land in any “land for peace” formulation, saying they’d signify a “Potemkin peace.”

“A cease-fire that merely freezes present traces in place — and allows Putin to consolidate management over the territory he has seized, and relaxation, rearm, and re-attack — just isn’t a simply and lasting peace,” Blinken mentioned. “It could legitimize Russia’s land seize. It could reward the aggressor and punish the sufferer.”

Gaze week

Gaze week

it is world news site that provides up-to-date news and information about world happenings and happenings. It covers a range of topics including politics, economics, technology, entertainment, and more. The site aims to provide unbiased and accurate information from credible sources around the world.

Recommended For You

Next Post

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Are you sure want to unlock this post?
Unlock left : 0
Are you sure want to cancel subscription?