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Kissinger Says It’s Time to Resolve Conflict in Ukraine Through Talks


Henry Kissinger, the former U.S. secretary of state and national security adviser, has said the world could be at a turning point in the conflict in Ukraine and called for talks to achieve peace. He laid out his thoughts in a guest essay published by The Spectator, a UK weekly, on its website on Friday. Kissinger wrote that winter is imposing a pause on large-scale military operations in Ukraine, likening that to the situation in August 1916 when the main Western combatants of the first world war sought U.S. mediation to end the conflict peacefully. He said U.S. President Woodrow…

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