Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky delivers a speech via video conference during a Nato summit on Monday. Photo: Ukraine Presidency / Planet Pix via Zuma Press Wire/ dpa
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky delivers a speech via video conference during a Nato summit on Monday. Photo: Ukraine Presidency / Planet Pix via Zuma Press Wire/ dpa
Sameed Basha
Opinion

Opinion

Sameed Basha

A weary West may push Ukraine to the negotiating table with Russia

  • Western support for a full Ukrainian military victory may be wavering amid dwindling weapons supplies in the US and fears in Europe of a winter freeze
  • The US may instead try to persuade Kyiv to leverage its recent territorial gains to kick-start peace talks with Moscow

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky delivers a speech via video conference during a Nato summit on Monday. Photo: Ukraine Presidency / Planet Pix via Zuma Press Wire/ dpa
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky delivers a speech via video conference during a Nato summit on Monday. Photo: Ukraine Presidency / Planet Pix via Zuma Press Wire/ dpa
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