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  • SubGenre:Security
  • Language:English
  • Pages:95
  • eBook ISBN:9781871771763

Stopping WW3

how to stop a Russian War escalating to World War III

by Marek Laskiewicz

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The West or at least Poland should intervene conventionally militarily so the 2022 Russian-Ukrainian does not escalate into WWIII
If Russia wins the Russian-Ukrainian War, then she will be able to recover the rest of USSR and do so, then try to recover her Soviet Empire, which will lead to a theatre nuclear war in Poland, devastating it, followed by a thermonuclear exchange. Sanctions and imprecations by the West will not prevent this sequence from occurring. Instead in order to stop this, the West should intervene conventionally militarily in Ukraine; however as the West is reluctant to act, Poland should do so as it is threatened by total devastation. Thus Poland at least should intervene to help Ukraine and so stop the current 2022 Russian-Ukrainian War from slowly escalating into World War III.
About the author
Dr Marek Laskiewicz was born in November 1958 in London and educated at Haberdashers' Aske's School, Elstree, then graduated with a degree and doctorate at Queen Mary College [QMC], University of London. He is a Member of the Political Studies Association [PSA], British International Studies Association [BISA], Royal Economic Society [RES] and the Royal Historical Society [RHS] as well as Deputy Rector and Reader [adiunkt] of Polona Universitas in Exteris [PUNE], Secretary General of the Polish Society of Arts and Sciences Abroad [PTNO], Chairman of the Polish Social and Cultural Association [POSK] and PUNE, Coordinator of the London History Station, Institute of National Remembrance [IPN], and founder and Leader of the Polish Association in Great Britain [PWWB]., which organises conferences, lectures, exhibitions and events.