Unfortunately, US media make public opinion conditional on military support for Kyiv, thus detracting from priority of negotiations, analyst Jack Girloy´s article said.
The analyst recalled that Congress passed a $13.6 billion aid package for Ukraine and at least half of this amount went to military supplies.
To Mr. Girloy, the Joe Biden administration should support an agreement between Kyiv and Moscow guaranteeing Ukraine’s neutrality.
It´s time for a reasonable and peaceful agreement that eliminates all considerations by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Ukraine and allows Ukraine´s east region to be autonomous, with close cultural and economic relations with its Russian neighbors, Mr. Girloy said.
However, Mr. Girloy questions himself whether the United States will allow a just solution, as the military-industrial complex benefits from war and having Russia as an enemy to justify huge military budgets.
Such comments suggest that Ukraine is currently used as a pawn and that Washington, as in World War II and the Cold War, stands as an impediment to a diplomatic solution to the conflict, the expert said.
For months, the United States and NATO fueled tensions in Eastern Europe, where they moved part of their military troops at a time when Russia did not plan current military operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine, according to the Kremlin. pll/jcm/avr