vara bungas: īsos vārdos sakot, neviens nevēlas NEPLĀNOTU karu, kas izaug no incidenta. Arī paši “vainīgie” nevēlas. Tādēļ vēlreiz atkārtošu, to ko agrāk teicu, ceru, ka visām pusēm ir labs plāns, ko darīt tālāk pēc tam, kad incidenta rezultātā kaujas lidmašīna vai karakuģis aizies pa gravitācijas noteiktu ceļu.
[..] In the 2020s, the risks of war between the major powers are higher than they were a half-century ago. Presidents Biden and Putin, by reasserting the maxim that nuclear war can never be won and should never be fought, rightly focused on strategic stability issues. But there is more to stability than strategic nuclear weapons and cybersecurity. One likely path to war in the 21st century is an inadvertent escalation arising out of an incident, e.g., in the Baltic and the Black Sea, or local conflict, such as in Donbas, that gets out of hand. Even as efforts are made to better manage or even somewhat regulate U.S.-Russian confrontation, preventing dangerous encounters between Russian and NATO countries’ forces should be the absolute top priority for both sides.
UPD1 zīmīgi, ka US testēs RU Arktikā ar dienestu, kas nav padots Pentagonam. Coast Guard Considers Arctic FONOPs As Russian Activity Increases in Region https://www.military.com/daily-news/2021/06/29/coast-guard-considers-arctic-fonops-russian-activity-increases-region.html