Dian Septiari (The Jakarta Publish)
Sat, March 5 2022
Greater than every week since Russia launched its self-justified invasion of Ukraine, strategic thinkers from Southeast Asia have began to replicate on the potential affect the battle might need on the periphery, together with within the Indo-Pacific.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s order to conduct a “particular army operation” in Ukraine on Feb. 24 has sparked widespread condemnation, together with from Russians themselves, however Moscow’s relentless assaults since then have sparked fears that the battle might have knock-on results on different elements of the world.
Kishore Mahbubani, the director of the Asian Peace Program on the Nationwide College of Singapore (NUS), mentioned that whereas it was nonetheless too early to inform what the end result of Russia’s invasion can be, a disaster in Europe would undoubtedly have implications in Asia.
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