Friday, August 14, 2015

US's "mini-invasion" of Odessa "is asking for more trouble than the EU wants part of "

August 15, 2015, 2:00

US's "mini-invasion" of Odessa "is asking for more trouble than the EU wants part of " 


American historian and Professor Steven Cohen in the program John Batchelor said that the events in Odessa at the moment can be called a "mini-invasion" of Americans to Ukraine. This was reported by RIA Novosti.

The historian emphasizes that Odessa has played an important role in the Ukrainian crisis, which he had not anticipated. Following the appointment to the post of governor of the Odessa region of ex-President of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili, the Americans in the region it has become much more. Cohen believes that the Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko was only trying to "annoy" Russian assignment. Now, however, the historian says that Washington, whence came the initiative destination perceives Odessa - the port city as its own colony. With Saakashvili this column can easily be controlled. The governor has invited Georgians to American advisers. And brought to the Ukrainians as a "white knight" who will bring order in Odessa.

According to Cohen, the US thus provoke Russia, as well as "asking for trouble", because the presence of so many American advisers would not call a single person who wants to end the war in the Ukraine.

Historians believe that Kiev is now considering two types of events: Donbass back militarily, or completely give it up, because the Ukrainian militia to defeat the security forces does not leave. And both scenarios contradict Minsk agreements. In addition, the western part of Ukraine will depend on the United States, because Europe has already lost interest in the country and will not invest in its funds.

Cohen noted that the Ukrainian situation reminds him of the war in Vietnam because she also began to send US trainers into the territory of the divided country. Now, the US will send more military trainers, who will train the regular troops of Ukraine.


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