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How does Vivek Ramaswamy's proposed peace plan for Ukraine aim to achieve its objectives?

  Vivek Ramaswamy What are the key elements of Vivek Ramaswamy's plan to stop the China-Russia military alliance and promote peace in Ukraine? Vivek Said: My plan to achieve peace in Ukraine and stop the China-Russia military alliance is the mirror-image of President Nixon’s diplomatic maneuver that distanced China from Russia in 1972, except this time Putin is the new Mao. 👉Here's a summary of the key points: Peace Plan for Ukraine and China-Russia Alliance:   Vivek Ramaswamy's plan is compared to President Nixon's diplomatic maneuver in 1972 that distanced China from Russia. Ramaswamy proposes to end the Ukraine war by ceasing US support for Ukraine and negotiating a peace treaty with Russia. The goal is to prevent Russia's military alliance with China.  Key Objectives of the Plan: Cease further US support for Ukraine. Broker a peace treaty with Russia. Offer a Korean war-style armistice agreement that would involve ceding most of Ukraine's Donbas region to R

'Kyiv Stands Strong': US President Joe Biden Delivers Remarks After Visiting Ukraine

  Photo credit: Gage Skidmore/CC BY-SA 2.0,  via Flickr President Biden delivered remarks on Tuesday to discuss the war in Ukraine. US President Joe Biden recently delivered a speech in Warsaw Poland, where he reflected on his recent visit to Ukraine and declared that "Kyiv Stands Strong." He also looked back on the events of a year ago when Russia invaded Ukraine and the world faced a test for the ages. Biden emphasized the importance of unity among allies and the commitment to basic principles such as sovereignty, freedom from aggression, and democracy. He declared that the world would keep standing up for these principles, no matter what. "When Russia invaded, it wasn't just Ukraine being tested," Biden said. "The whole world faced the test for the ages. Europe was being tested, America was being tested, NATO was being tested, all democracies were being tested. And the questions we faced were as simple as they were profound: would we respond, or would we