ABOUT THE BOOK:
Russia-Ukraine War: Moscow's invasion of its neighbour has triggered an outburst of support from Western nations that has seen weapons pour into the country Russia has warned of the “real” threat of World War III breaking out, ahead of a Tuesday meeting between the United States and allies over sending further arms to war-torn Ukraine. Moscow's invasion of its neighbour has triggered an outburst of support from Western nations that has seen weapons pour into the country to help it wage war against Russian troops. World War III or the Third World War, often abbreviated as WWIII or WW3, are names given to a hypothetical third worldwide largescale military conflict subsequent to World War I and World War II. The term has been in use since at least as early as 1941. Some apply it loosely to limited or more minor conflicts such as the Cold War or the war on terror. In contrast, others assume that such a conflict would surpass prior world wars in both scope and destructive impact. Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has said that Kyiv might revise its obligations under the Budapest Memorandum, by which Ukraine had agreed to give away nuclear weapons in exchange for security guarantees. Lavrov said that Russia is ready for the second round of talks, but the Ukrainian side is delaying the process under command from the Americans. The book also shows how this war fits into broader patterns of contemporary international conflict and should therefore appeal to researchers working on the Russia-Ukraine war, Russia's relations with the West, and conflict and geopolitics more generally.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Dr. Mukesh Kumar Singh, did his B.A. (Hons.) Political Science and M.A. Political Science from Delhi University and M.Phil from Jawaharlal Nehru University is an Assistant Professor under Jiwaji University, Gwalior (M.P.) for last 15 years. He has throughout a brilliant carrier and has written a number of articles in various journals and magazines.