NATO’s response should consist in the strengthening of air defense in Poland and other frontline countries, to limit the risk of similar incidents and other casualties in the future
Media mentions – Wider Europe
There is no consensus among European capitals about how the war might end. Despite this, Europeans are no longer clinging to the old international order, which Russia’s invasion bust apart.
Western governments are fighting an economic rather than military competition. They talk about victory, but their slowness in delivering weapons makes one doubt the seriousness of their claims.
By attacking Kiev, Putin cut ties with Brussels, causing Europeans’ disgust towards his country
The bilateral relations between Bulgaria and North Macedonia have been misused for domestic messaging of populist politicians in Bulgaria
I believe Ukraine will be the one deciding when and what kind of peace to support
As a representative of EU countries, Michel seems to make up for Germany’s lack of leadership on the Ukrainian issue
In the last 30 days, Poland has changed its attitude towards both the EU and the US. With the US it was in open conflict, this war is changing that.
If the West wants to follow what Putin demands, the contracts must be renegotiated
The most likely outcome now is that Putin will intensify his efforts and switch to a ‘dirty’ war strategy to increase the human cost for Ukrainians and force them to capitulate