Cars are seen on fire after Russia’s missile attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, on October 10. Military analysts say it’s far from clear whether the strikes mark a turning point in a war that has killed thousands of Ukrainians and sent millions fleeing from their homes. Photo: Reuters
Cars are seen on fire after Russia’s missile attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, on October 10. Military analysts say it’s far from clear whether the strikes mark a turning point in a war that has killed thousands of Ukrainians and sent millions fleeing from their homes. Photo: Reuters
Danil Bochkov
Opinion

Opinion

Danil Bochkov

Great power rivalry means Ukraine crisis is unlikely to end soon

  • The tenuous post-Cold War order appears to have fully given way to a new era, with Ukraine becoming an outlet for the accumulated acrimony between the rival great powers
  • Neither Ukraine nor Russia appear likely to back down, and none of their backers show signs of ending their support

Cars are seen on fire after Russia’s missile attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, on October 10. Military analysts say it’s far from clear whether the strikes mark a turning point in a war that has killed thousands of Ukrainians and sent millions fleeing from their homes. Photo: Reuters
Cars are seen on fire after Russia’s missile attack in Kyiv, Ukraine, on October 10. Military analysts say it’s far from clear whether the strikes mark a turning point in a war that has killed thousands of Ukrainians and sent millions fleeing from their homes. Photo: Reuters
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