Editorial Ta Nea: Kamikaze

Vladimir Putin knows that the possible use of nuclear weapons by his country, even on a “limited scale”, would trigger a severe backlash, not only from his opponents, but also from his remaining allies.Russia’s annexation of the occupied areas of Ukraine is a point of no return.It opens a new, even more dangerous, chapter in this war, which has already lasted for 220 days.These regions, which represent 15 percent of the national territory of Ukraine, are now under the total control of Russia, and therefore under its nuclear umbrella.Consequently, from now on, any attack on them will be treated by ...

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