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  3. Why Ukraine isn’t a ‘proxy war’ (yet?) - The Washington Post

    Russia says Ukraine is a proxy war, the U.S. says it isn’t. It matters. The United States and Russia have opened a new front over the biggest military conflict in Europe since World War II...

  4. Is the war in Ukraine a proxy conflict? - King's College London

    In my opinion, is the term ‘proxy war’ is applicable to what is happening in Ukraine? In short, no. While it does fit Putin’s role in provoking an insurgency in the Donbas and the so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics (DNR and LNR), it fails to properly describe the inter-state war that is currently raging.

  5. Russia's war in Ukraine: How it came to this - CBS News

    By Tucker Reals, Alex Sundby Updated on: March 23, 2022 / 8:44 AM / CBS News After Russia spent weeks building up a huge military force along its border with Ukraine and in neighboring Belarus,...

  6. The NATO vs. Russia Proxy War in Ukraine Could Become a Real War

    Blueprint for Disaster; Confusing a Proxy War and a Direct War with Russia in Ukraine: The United States has been waging a proxy war against Russia since Vladimir Putin’s government launched its ...

  7. Ukraine: Look to Afghanistan for Lessons About US Proxy Wars

    In March 2022, Ukraine’s president Volodymyr Zelensky seemed to understand Ukraine’s dire predicament as victim of a U.S.-Russia proxy war. He declared publicly that Ukraine would become a neutral country, and asked for security guarantees. He also publicly recognised that Crimea and Donbas would need some kind of special treatment.

  8. A Proxy War in Ukraine Is the Worst Possible Outcome — Except ...

    They are rarely as quick or as cheap as they initially seem, and they rarely play out without serious unintended consequences. A proxy war in Ukraine may be unavoidable. It may even be the West’s best option. But policymakers should be clear-eyed about the risks they face. The Return of Great-Power Proxy Wars

  9. One year of Ukraine invasion: Why this is a proxy war between ...

    Home News World Powered by One year of Ukraine invasion: Why this is a proxy war between the US and Russia Russia considers US's former statement of 'not an inch to the east' to be sacrosanct By Dr Joshy M Paul Updated: February 20, 2023 13:47 IST Russian President Vladimir Putin | AP