World War 3 if it happens, then it will be something that no one would have ever imagined as war is always perceived as a negative and destructive term that creates a negative impact on society. If Ukraine joins NATO, Russia Warns Of Third World War.
In 1991, Ukraine got independence and in 1994, Under Budapest Memorandum, Ukraine promised Russia to give up on the Nuclear Arsenal and in return, it asked Russia to respect the country’s Independence and Freedom and told them not to get involved with it.
In 2014, the tension between Russia and Ukraine started when Russia invaded Ukraine and annexed its the Crimean Peninsula.
Further, their Tension escalated when Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky urged US President Joe Biden that he wanted to join NATO(North Atlantic Treaty Organisation).
Russia Warns Of World War III If Ukraine Joins NATO:
Russia launched a war on Ukraine because if Ukraine joins NATO, then it’ll be eligible to gain security and trust from the Allies nations of NATO and Russia believes that Ukraine could attempt to take back its Crimean Peninsula.
According to an interview with the state-run TASS news agency published on Thursday, the inclusion of Ukraine in NATO could spark a third world war. Alexander Venediktov is the deputy secretary of the Russian Federation’s Security Council.
WHAT WILL BE ITS IMPACT ON THE OTHER NATIONS?
The war between Russia and Ukraine is having a significant influence on the world’s supply chain, blocking the movement of commodities, causing sharp price hikes and product shortages, and leading to severe food shortages globally.
Grain exports from Ukraine have historically been significant. Ukrainian grain provided food for 400 million people worldwide in 2021. Ukraine was unable to export its grain through its main shipping lanes through the Black Sea for the first five months of the war.
Severe drought and the disruption in the food supply brought on by the conflict in Ukraine have put East Africa in danger of becoming hungry.
HOW CAN WE STOP THE WAR?
An immediate solution is required in order to end this war. International humanitarian law must be followed, and humanitarian organizations must be protected and allowed access to individuals in need.
The world should provide helping hands to the refugees and other people who migrated from Russia as well as Ukraine.
All the nations should unite together to help Ukraine and they should talk to Russia in order to stop World War 3.
India supporting Russia or Ukraine
India’s approach to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine stood out among the other major democracies and among the strategic allies of the United States. New Delhi has chosen to maintain a deliberate public neutrality toward Russia despite its displeasure with Moscow’s conflict.
It has consistently voted against Russian aggression in Ukraine in the UN Security Council, General Assembly, and Human Rights Council and has so far refrained from publicly naming Russia as the cause of the conflict.
India’s worries with respect to China and Pakistan are the important motives behind its public neutrality regarding the Russian invasion. Both of these countries pose immediate and long-lasting risks to New Delhi, and it is its belief that maintaining its friendship with Moscow will assist to prevent Russia’s connections with China from getting stronger and restrict Russian incentives to forge new strategic ties with Pakistan.
In addition to what India feels comfortable with, China and Pakistan both want close ties with Russia. Thus, New Delhi seeks to reduce Moscow’s proximity to both of its adversaries.
WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF WORLD WAR III STARTED?
With some of the weapons and tools countries would be using in the modern era, millions of people would suffer and it would take decades or centuries for the Earth to recover.
Over 100,000 people were killed when the United States fired nuclear bombs on Japan during World War 2. It took decades for the affected cities to recover. The two nukes that were used in World War 2 would be insignificant in comparison to today’s nuclear arsenal and there are almost 14,000 nuclear warheads in existence today; some are in the possession of the United States, Russia, China, and other nations.
If a bomb is dropped on a nation, it doesn’t matter how many resources, people, or strategies they have, it’s game over.