Minsk II Agreement: a Tactical Compromise with the Strategic Options Being Open

thumbnail-of-Minsk II (2015-02) PB-ENGAlthough the new Minsk agreement of 12 February is more favorable for Russia than the previous one, it indicates the need for the compromise of all the negotiation parties. Neither Ukraine nor Russia was totally satisfied with the document, but both of them had strong reasons to agree on it. Germany and France had their own considerations to actively promote the agreement, even without being confident in its full implementation.

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Maksym Khylko

 

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