Dr. Ramzy Baroud calls for an end to the NATO-Russia proxy war in Ukraine.
“A year after the war, more fuel has been added to the fire, as if the main goal behind the war is prolonging it. Concurrently, very few proposals for peace talks have been advanced or considered. Even a proposal made by former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, hardly a peacenik, was dismissed almost immediately by the pro-Ukraine camp.”
He explains how the debate around culpability in the proxy war has made deescalation from the potential for a nuclear exchange a near-impossibility. Meanwhile, millions around the world face extreme poverty and political instability, and the war has only made their problems worse.
Advocates for human rights must call for the war in Ukraine to end, he argues, to alleviate the suffering of the masses.