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COMMENT: As a Forbes article notes, despite a Russian-negotiated cease-fire in Ukraine, U.S. military forces will be participating in a NATO exercise in Ukraine. Some thoughts in this regard:
- The OUN/B heirs in Ukraine have shown  an inclination toward provocation . Might U.S. forces in Ukraine be attacked by “pro-Russian separatist rebels”? IF that is the case, might Russian intel have gotten word of such intent, and/or might they have uncovered this after investigation of such an incident? Might this have played a role in Putin’s ability to prevail on the rebels to stand-down, for the time being?
- As noted in the Forbes article (referencing a Spiegel article ), the NATO “Drang Nach Osten” toward Russia’s border is in direct violation  of an agreement between the U.S.S.R. and the West.
Okay, now you’re asking for it.
Washington is going ahead with a planned military drill in Western Ukraine just hours after Russian president Vladimir Putin was able to convince pro-Russia separatists to stand down in their fight with the Ukrainian military in the eastern oblasts of Donetsk and Luhansk. This military drill does not bode well for Friday’s cease-fire discussion in Minsk, Belarus between the Ukrainian government and the separatist leaders who will demand autonomy from Kiev.
According to a Reuters report on Tuesday , preparations are under way for a joint military exercise this month with more than 1,000 troops from the United States and its allies shipping into Ukraine for the roughly three year old Rapid Trident  program, part of Ukraine’s military tilt towards NATO. . . .
. . . . Anti-war journalist John Pilger wrote in The Guardian  back in April that the military exercises with Ukraine were part of Washington’s “Manifest Destiny” — a longstanding ambition to dominate the Eurasian landmass from China to Europe, a landmass that Russia controls, at least in part, due to its energy resources.
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 19991, NATO has surrounded Russia with military bases, reneging on a promise by Ronald Reagan to the Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev in 1990 that NATO would not expand “one inch to the east” . In the former Soviet Caucasus, NATO’s military build-up is the most extensive since World War II, Pilger wrote.