The US should reconsider their own approach to relations with Ukraine, writing in publications specialist at American analytical Center Wilson Matthew Rojansky, senior Director of the consulting firm Kissinger associates Thomas Graham And a military specialist and Pentagon adviser And member of the Academy of public policy At the Kennan Institute Michael Kofman.
"The U.S.-Ukrainian strategic partnership lacks in strategy And partnership," say analysts.
The appeal of Ukraine To the United States to provide assistance began to sound only louder And desperate amid renewed hostilities, reported in the publication.
As specialists declare, Washington And Kiev have reached the limit of what can be achieved from political rhetoric And summits.
If States fail to figure out the national desire to build sustainable cooperation, the relations between 2 countries risk causing mutual frustration And alienation, political analysts believe.
And although Ukraine is deployed in the direction of Western Europe, its course until is not irreversible. To the dismay of many Ukrainians reform in the country is sluggish, And positive results from them is a little noticeable, according to the publication. So the tolerance of the society begins to come To an end.
While Ukrainian politicians, political parties and their supporters-the oligarchs And community groups looking for support And close ties with Washington.
According to analysts, this situation is beginning to resemble the relationship In which the dependent state is looking for a reliable patron.
"almost like the relationship I want Americans And Ukrainians. But In the absence of a strategic vision And a framework for strategic partnership, Perhaps It will lead, " write the authors.
To establish a partnership with Ukraine, the United States needed to be more strategic tolerance, according to the publication, because the progress in the country would run much slower than it would in the US.
according to experts, States should also abandon the boring formula according to the Ukraine to choose a Pro-Western path of development.
"Washington should stop believing that he can play an active role in Ukrainian politics for the sake of achieving the desired change," writes the Agency.
This approach, writes Reuters, will create the basis for sustainable bilateral cooperation with Ukraine.