Here is the post (not be me) - and don't call me Shirley !!Shirley you jest. How about a link?
Thanks. Posting the link pretty much assured that I'd read the statement.Here is the post (not be me) - and don't call me Shirley !!
Be sure to read the entire statement . .
Sort of depends on the type of 'error' the US is willing to commit. The actual decision no doubt depends on the multi-dimensional chess that the State Department is tasked with playing. I've got no problem pursuing an immediate ceasefire whether Ukraine wants it or not, because a ceasefire would save lives, eliminate the potential for escalation, and we can use the ceasefire to re-group better than Russia can."The U.S. has a responsibility to pursue genuine diplomacy to push for an immediate ceasefire".
we do? I guess Ukraine gets to make the call on that. A cease fire rn is likely beneficial to Russia - and the suggestion that other powers: like France, Germany, or the US - should have a say in this is insulting to the country that has been invaded. in fact, your "responsibility" is seen as both arrogant and outrageous - by Ukraine.