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Should Ukraine be Protected Due to the Nuclear Disarming Agreements of 1994?


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I'd like to open the floor to discuss a topic that has been at the forefront of international politics for a number of years—Ukraine's position in the context of the nuclear disarming agreements signed in 1994, commonly known as the Budapest Memorandum.

Background

In 1994, Ukraine agreed to give up its nuclear weapons in exchange for assurances of its territorial integrity and sovereignty from the United States, the United Kingdom, and Russia. The memorandum was not a formal treaty but a diplomatic document under which these countries made commitments to respect the sovereignty and existing borders of Ukraine.

Points for Discussion

  • Moral Obligation: Given the assurances made in 1994, do nations like the United States and the United Kingdom have a moral obligation to protect Ukraine's territorial integrity?
  • International Law: Does the Budapest Memorandum have any standing in international law that could necessitate intervention from signatory nations?
  • Practical Concerns: What are the practical implications, including potential military and economic consequences, for involved countries if they decide to uphold or neglect these assurances?
  • Current Events: How do the present geopolitical tensions alter or reaffirm the commitments made back in 1994?
  • Alternative Actions: If military intervention is not advisable, what other forms of support or protection could or should be offered to Ukraine?

Please keep the conversation respectful and focused.

I look forward to hearing your well-considered opinions on this complex and important issue.

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They made a stupid deal and that is on them. They are not part of NATO and they will not be part of NATO. The unfortunate truth is the country is being used by multiple countries and their government itself is beyond corrupted, has been for years. Everything happening now has been in the making for 10+ years and most people don't even realize that. 

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On 10/8/2023 at 4:00 PM, brinxy29 said:

They made a stupid deal and that is on them. They are not part of NATO and they will not be part of NATO. The unfortunate truth is the country is being used by multiple countries and their government itself is beyond corrupted, has been for years. Everything happening now has been in the making for 10+ years and most people don't even realize that. 

Whenever you're giving up your nuclear weapons projects, it's a sign of weakness as far as I'm concerned. They shouldn't have done that for any reason whatsoever. They would have still found a way to survive with any kind of sanctions that's going to come from the World Powers. Look at what North Korea did, they made the right decision for North Korea. 

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