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Information for Ukrainians and Canadians affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine such as the immigration and passport measures.

Third, Russian strategists have long highlighted the utility of NSNW for accomplishing operational and tactical goals in the context of a conventional war that Moscow is losing. And Russia has capabilities to carry out these concepts: Its NSNW delivery systems include artillery, short-range ballistic missiles, and cruise missiles, all of which could be employed in Ukraine. There are possible benefits to protracted conflict: a further weakening of Russia and the opportunity for Ukraine to make territorial gains. But the former no longer represents a significant benefit; Russia has already been weakened dramatically. And the latter is uncertain—more time might allow Russia to make gains—and the benefit of further Ukrainian territorial control, as we will discuss next, is important for the United States but does not outweigh the consequences of a long war. Greater Ukrainian territorial control would be beneficial for the United States. The humanitarian case is compelling for liberating more Ukrainians from the horrors of Russian occupation. The international order and economic arguments for further Ukrainian territorial reconquest are less clear-cut. Policy Options to Address the Impediments to Talks The previous section summarized three factors that reinforce the parties' shared aversion to begin negotiations to end the war: mutual optimism about the future course of the war stemming from uncertainty about relative power; mutual pessimism about peace stemming from credible commitment problems; and, for Russia, the lack of a clear path to sanctions relief. These are far from the only impediments to negotiations. However, they are ones that the United States is most capable of addressing with its own policies. In this section, we describe policy options, along with their trade-offs, that are available for Washington to do so. We acknowledge that there are policies that the combatants themselves or other third parties, such as the European Union, could adopt to address these same impediments. For example, combatants could agree to bilateral measures, such as demilitarized zones, to address fears about a return to conflict. The United States could encourage other states to adopt such policies. Here, however, we focus on options that the United States could implement directly. Clarifying the Future of Aid to Ukraine A major source of uncertainty about the future course of the war is the relative lack of clarity about the future of U. and allied military assistance to Ukraine. Share on Twitter A major source of uncertainty about the future course of the war is the relative lack of clarity about the future of U. and allied military assistance to Ukraine—both arms deliveries and intelligence-sharing. Although the Ukrainian military's capabilities and effectiveness are the primary drivers of its success, external assistance has been a key factor. In both cases, Russia would control some Ukrainian territory in violation of the territorial integrity norm. Table 1. Potential Benefits of Greater Ukrainian Territorial Control for the United States Benefit Explanation Highly significant benefits blank Moderately significant benefits Fewer Ukrainians would be living under Russian occupation. The United States has a humanitarian interest in exposing fewer Ukrainians to Russian occupation. Less significant benefits Ukraine could become more economically viable and less dependent on external assistance. Areas under Russian control as of December 2022 are unlikely to prove hugely economically significant. But arms deliveries have not yet become regular, nor is there a transparent long-term plan. Western assistance continues to be calibrated in response to Russian actions, and thus Ukraine's future capabilities are uncertain. Transparent long-term plans with strong domestic and international backing could minimize the unpredictability, though they may also be less responsive to a changing threat environment. Mistrust, on its own, need not prevent an agreement; belligerents generally do not trust each other after a conflict, yet many wars end through negotiations. The real impediment to negotiations emerges if at least one of the belligerents believes that the other (1) is a determined aggressor that could gain in relative power in the future and violate any agreement once its position improves or (2) could have significantly different preferences in the future. Canada and Ukraine Compared 12 July 2023. SITUATION IN UKRAINE: Eligible applicants who are outside Canada have until July 15, 2023, to apply for a visa under the Canada-Ukraine ... For example, U. and allied long-range, highly accurate, multiple-launch rocket systems provided to Ukraine in summer 2022 caused major disruptions to Russian military logistics and resupply. Greater clarity about the future of U. and allied military assistance could be used for two purposes. First, if a clear, long-term plan were adopted with credible delivery schedules and clear capability implications, it could make Russia more pessimistic about the future of its own campaign. The United States has already taken steps in this direction with the Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative and the establishment of a component of U. European Command dedicated to the Ukraine assistance effort. LIVE: Canadian News | Weather & Traffic - Latest Sports Today's Paper · Russia-Ukraine War. liveUpdates. Sept. 21, 2023, 5:42 p.m. ET Canada · Español · 中文网. Site Information Navigation. © 2023 The New York ... Immigration measures and support for Ukrainians and their Get a full comparison between Canada vs Ukraine. Gather all the stats about their economy, geography, agriculture, energy, health... and more. Ukraine vs. England Livestream: How to Watch Euro 2024 Mar 26, 2023 — Here's all the key information on the match including kickoff time, live streaming and TV channels, lineups and betting odds. LIVE: England vs ...


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