Sometimes it takes a long time to see the side effects of the decision to start a war. The lesson is valid, of course, for the US invasion of Iraq led by George W. Bush, which, twenty years later, mainly benefited… Iran! As the world celebrates on March 20th the 20th anniversary of this colossal strategic blunder by the world’s leading power, it’s hard not to wonder about the invasion of Ukraine by Putin’s Russia.
There is no apparent similarity between an American expeditionary force sent to the other side of the world to overthrow a dictator, and a Russian “special military operation” in a neighboring country seen as an inferior, disempowered nation. However, in either case, these are unjustified and illegal wars, unleashed by superpowers who believe that everything is permissible, and the leaders
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