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Editorial

Questions…

How long should the war last? How long can the people of Ukraine endure their suffering? How long can President Volodymyr Zelenskyy continue to be considered a hero amidst the wreckage caused by Russia’s bombing? How long can the Western Economy – our pockets – hold up if the war continues for a long time? When was the last time you put gas in your car and went shopping?

These key questions should keep those responsible for ending/continuing the war awake at night.

Some compromises must be made by all sides.

How will a Pyrrhic victory for the West help if the war continues for a long time?

How will Putin’s humiliation help?

Is it not awful, above all, that the people of Ukraine are suffering in this way? Doesn’t your heart burst from the images you see?

How much longer will they have to suffer before a compromise or solution is found?

Why later and not sooner?

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