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Europe and Russia seem deadlocked unable to understand the others point of view Ukraine inflamed tensions recently by giving Ukrainian citizenship to Mikheil Saakashvili the former President of Georgia and then appointing him governor of the Odessa province The chance for wider war lurks in the background with all that would mean for the Ukrainian people Europe and the US-Russian relationship As with many international events the Ukrainian crisis has occurred in a broader historical context At the end of the Cold War the prevailing view in Washington was that the US was strong and Russia was weak and did not count in a unipolar world We disregarded Russias opposition to NATO expansion the Iraq War and the US-led military intervention in Serbia for the independence of Kosovo We went back on our assurances to Russia that the air war on Libya was limited to saving civilian lives and did not include regime change We withdrew from the ABM Treaty and even suggested that Ukraine and Georgia join NATO With each rejection Russias resentment grew Confronted by the Wests support for the pro-Europe protests in Independence Square in 2013 (Euromaidan) and the unlawful deposition of President Viktor Yanukovych in 2014 Russias accumulated uneasiness over the Wests intentions increased and its military intervention in Eastern Ukraine soon began The US actions in Kosovocarving out an independent state based on ethnicity from within a sovereign nationprovided the precedent for Russia to carve Crimea out of Ukraine Given all these events many people declare that a new Cold War has arrived I dont agree It is not too late to repair our relationship with Russia but real improvement starts with Ukrainea country of historical strategic interest for Russia and no strategic interest for us In May US Secretary of State John Kerry and German Chancellor Angela Merkel both held meetings with Putin signaling that diplomatic efforts may be beginning to break the current stalemate over the Ukraine crisis Such efforts must recognize in retrospect that all parties are responsible for the current situation: Russia in its military interventions; the US and Europe in attempting to bring Ukraine exclusively into the Western sphere especially NATO; and Ukraine itself in not taking advantage of opportunities over the last 20 years to improve its governance reduce corruption and create greater national unity Accepting this shared responsibility for the crisis in Ukraine we can pursue an understanding that recognizes both the legitimacy of Russias concerns about security threats on its border and the importance of self-determination by the Ukrainian people Such a deal would have five features: In short as the West pursues renewed negotiations with Russia over the Ukraine crisis these negotiations should not be expected to produce simply a series of Russian concessions To this suggestion hard-liners in the West will inevitably characterize such thinking as "appeasement" But compromise is not the same thing as appeasement especially considering that Putin appears more a tactical opportunist than a strategic warmonger Providing Russia a sense of territorial security by promising not to expand NATO to Ukraine or Georgia will eliminate the major excuse for expansionist aggression that Putin offers to his people Moreover no alternative proposals to solve the current crisis in Ukraine seem plausible Economic sanctions and falling oil prices will not alone convert Kremlin behavior via popular pressure as Putins intransigence and high approval ratings among the Russian people indicate With oil prices now rising and the ruble partially recovering its value counting on convulsive economic trouble in Russia would be quixotic Since Ukraine is not a member of NATO or vital to critical US interests Washington should not confront Russia militarily or lead a coalition to do so And since shipping arms to Ukraine will only escalate the violence with no guarantee of Kievs victory over Russia-backed Eastern Ukraine the US should avoid sending military aid into the region What can eliminate Russias insecurity is a militarily neutral Ukraineone that may prosper economically to its fullest potential by being a pawn of neither the West nor of Russia Militarily neutral Ukraine would be allowed to participate in both the European Union and the Eurasian Economic Union By demonstrating to Russia that the US respects its territorial security the US could secure the trust of Russias people and possibly revive our relationship with the Russian government And with this crisis behind them the US and Russia could renew a productive partnership on many of the important problems confronting both of us including Islamic terrorism nuclear weapons in Iran and the long-neglected nuclear arms control process The US and the current Russian government may not be best of friends but at least we can avoid becoming enemies Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsMelbourne: Giant German Alexander Zverev has been widely tipped for greatness but has so far failed to go beyond a Grand Slam fourth round — something he plans to fix at the Australian Open The 20-year-old heads into the year’s first Grand Slam ranked fourth in the world courtesy of five titles last year File image of Alexander Zverev Image courtesy: Twitter @CitiOpen His progress has marked him out as the most likely of the current crop of youngsters to translate his talent into major titles While he made the fourth round at Wimbledon last year he is yet to push on further "I think improving the Grand Slam performances" he said at Melbourne Park when asked what his key goal was for the year "I mean the furthest I’ve got was to the fourth round of Wimbledon A lot of times not because I played bad but because I played very good opponents" "I lost to (Rafael) Nadal here I lost to (Milos) Raonic in Wimbledon Every time in five sets That’s nothing to worry about too much But obviously that’s one goal for me this year" Zverev was one of just four men to beat his idol Roger Federer in 2017 when he defeated him in the Montreal final The Swiss great has said the German has the "full package" and Zverev is determined to demonstrate his range of skills at the opening Grand Slam of the year starting on Monday "I’ve showed on multiple occasions over the year that I can play and beat the best guys in the world I mean I’m number four in the world for a reason" he said "I’m not trying to sound cocky or anything but I’ve always said that I’ve always been working hard physically I’m always trying to improve the performance at the Grand Slams" "Hopefully I can do so this week" At stake is the opportunity to become the youngest Grand Slam men’s singles champion in a decade — a record currently held by Novak Djokovic who was 20 years and 250 days when he won the Australian Open in 2008 Zverev was knocked out in the third round here last year and opens his 2018 campaign against Italy’s Thomas Fabbiano with a potential third-round clash against his older brother Mischa awaiting him "Hopefully we can get there It will be an interesting day" said Zverev Mohali: Punjab governor VP Singh Badnore said on Fridaythe application of technology was "evident" in ancient times when Lord Rama built a bridge to reach Lanka and added that "many advanced weapons" were used during that time File image of VP Singh Badnore (L) with Rajnath Singh Twitter /@HMOIndia Badnore was speaking at the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) in Mohali on the National Technology Day He asked the faulty and the young scientists at NIPER to work towards expanding innovation and knowledge-sharing in the field of pharmaceutical sciences The governor recalled how the application of technology was "evident in ancient times when Lord Rama built a Setu bridge across the sea and Hanuman ji brought Sanjeevni booti for Lakshman" He also claimed many "advanced weapons were used at that time" according to an official statement His remarks came nearly a month after Tripura chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb claimed Internet and sophisticated satellite communication systems existed during the days of the Mahabharata Deb a graduate in Humanities from Tripura University was alluding to Sanjay the charioteer of Dhritarashtra who gave a "live" commentary of the battle between the Pandavas and the Kauravas to the blind king Deb’s remarks had drawn sharp ridicule from his opponents academicians and social media users who termed the statements "unscientific" "illogical" and "retrogressive" Tripura governor Tathagata Roy however had defended Deb saying his observations were topical At NIPER Badnore said India achieved a major technology breakthrough by successfully carrying out nuclear tests on this day in Pokhran in 1988 He expressed concern over the sale of spurious drugs in the market" McCain said on Monday. then of course we’re going to want to speak to that audience and tell stories that will engage that audience and be interesting to that audience. 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