A lot needs to happen to cement peace, but the time is right to try to turn the rising tide of new cold war.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg speaks to reporters following the first NATO-Russia Council meeting in two years, April 20. Photograph courtesy of NATO
OTTAWA—There may at last be light at the end of the tunnel of war in Ukraine. The NATO-Russia Council, which had been dormant for two years, met last week to discuss the peace process in eastern Ukraine. It was better late than never.
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