European leaders agree a 'peace road map' - Will it last?

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European leaders have come to an agreement with Russia about peace for Ukraine. Russia has agreed to a ceasefire but how long will it last?

How does this agreement compare to the agreement Margaret Thatcher negotiated which helped lead to the collapse of the USSR?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-31435812
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(Original post by Nigel Farage MEP)
European leaders have come to an agreement with Russia about peace for Ukraine. Russia has agreed to a ceasefire but how long will it last?

How does this agreement compare to the agreement Margaret Thatcher negotiated which helped lead to the collapse of the USSR?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-31435812
[OOC] Seriously? Russia is following a populist policy on Ukraine and as soon as the people begin to protest that why is money being diverted there when they have more serious problems at home, then the border will fall silent by itself. The Russian soldiers, too, are frustrated. Neither can they sit and watch nor can they directly interfere, and have been relegated to doing the rebels' dirty work.
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[OOC] Seriously? Russia is following a populist policy on Ukraine and as soon as the people begin to protest that why is money being diverted there when they have more serious problems at home, then the border will fall silent by itself. The Russian soldiers, too, are frustrated. Neither can they sit and watch nor can they directly interfere, and have been relegated to doing the rebels' dirty work.
Russia is rattling the cage on Ukraine to divert attention away from its failing economy. The Russian military is still in the Cold War era with modernisation only coming within the last few years. I predict the situation will eventually fizzle out, with Ukraine becoming a damaged country with a disastrous economy and no friends in Europe.
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