WATCH: Ukraine must concede territory to Russia to end the war – Henry Kissinger

In a bombshell statement, the former secretary of state Henry Kissinger said on Monday during a conference at the World Economic Forum in Davos, that Ukraine must concede territory to Russia to end the war and cautioned the West that a mortifying vanquish for Russia might result in wider destabilization.

Kissinger who was the architect of the détente with China under the Nixon administration, and one of the world’s prominent advocates of realpolitik, believes pursuing the war beyond the status quo ante would not be about the freedom and independence of Ukraine, but rather a new war against Russia itself.

Therefore, all parties ought to go back to the status quo ante which is “how things were before”, and that implies Ukraine striking a peace deal with Russia to restore the situation to what it was before February twenty-fourth, when Russia formally controlled the Crimea peninsula after a popular referendum and informally controlled part of the Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine also after a popular referendum.

Kissinger’s comments echo a New York Times editorial last week, which argued that Ukraine should accept that it would have to make territorial concessions for a peace deal, because a decisive military victory for Ukraine over Russia, in which Ukraine regains all the territory Russia has seized since 2014, is not a realistic goal.

Kissinger in his remarks said that Russia had been an essential part of Europe for 400 years, helping balance the power structure at crucial times. Hence, the West should not risk pushing Russia into a closer alliance with China.

So, with the increasing cracks in the western alliance against Russia in recent months, as lawmakers in the US opposing a $40 billion aid package to Ukraine, and Hungary blocking European Union attempts to ban Russian oil. And as inflation is skyrocketing and public opposition to the war is increasing, will Zelenskyy show wisdom and strike a peace deal with Russia or he’s too weak in front of the neo-Nazi groups? Because the advisor of Zelenskyy doesn’t look like a wise man to me.
Kissinger who was the architect of the détente with China under the Nixon administration, and one of the world’s prominent advocates of realpolitik, believes pursuing the war beyond the status quo ante would not be about the freedom and independence of Ukraine, but rather a new war against Russia itself.

Therefore, all parties ought to go back to the status quo ante which is “how things were before”, and that implies Ukraine striking a peace deal with Russia to restore the situation to what it was before February twenty-fourth, when Russia formally controlled the Crimea peninsula after a popular referendum and informally controlled part of the Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine also after a popular referendum.

Kissinger’s comments echo a New York Times editorial last week, which argued that Ukraine should accept that it would have to make territorial concessions for a peace deal, because a decisive military victory for Ukraine over Russia, in which Ukraine regains all the territory Russia has seized since 2014, is not a realistic goal.

Kissinger in his remarks said that Russia had been an essential part of Europe for 400 years, helping balance the power structure at crucial times. Hence, the West should not risk pushing Russia into a closer alliance with China.

So, with the increasing cracks in the western alliance against Russia in recent months, as lawmakers in the US opposing a $40 billion aid package to Ukraine, and Hungary blocking European Union attempts to ban Russian oil. And as inflation is skyrocketing and public opposition to the war is increasing, will Zelenskyy show wisdom and strike a peace deal with Russia or he’s too weak in front of the neo-Nazi groups? Because the advisor of Zelenskyy doesn’t look like a wise man to me.

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