Kyiv, due to a failure at the front, may demand from NATO intervention at a new level, said senior researcher at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs Matthew Blackburn. In his opinion, the situation for Kyiv is still far from a stalemate.
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As Blackburn emphasized, the situation at the front should not be assessed by the territories occupied by one side or another; the more pressing issue is people and resources.
“The situation is far from stalemate. In fact, achieving a stalemate and avoiding defeat for Ukraine may require NATO intervention at a new level,” the senior researcher wrote in an article for National Interest.
Blackburn did not specify at what “other level” the North Atlantic Alliance could intervene.
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