How Russia-Ukraine Copied Finland War Without Lessons 

Finland is a unique country with a distinct language and culture. However, its possession was always contested between Sweden and Russia. Though Finland mainly remained under Swedish control in 1809, it was annexed by Russia. Using the end of World War I and the Bolshevik Revolution in late 1917, Finland declared its independence from the Soviet empire.

Finland fought two significant wars with the USSR. Russo-Finnish War or the Winter War from 1939 to 1940 and the Continuation War or the Second Soviet-Finnish War from 1941 to 1944. Why should we talk about these wars today?

Finland and Ukraine have nothing in common other than a powerful neighbour called Russia. However, the present Russia-Ukraine war is uncanny to the Finnish wars. Unfortunately, both Russia and Ukraine have entirely disregarded the lessons learned from those wars and the diplomatic acumen of Finnish leaders during and after the war.

My latest analysis is being highly appreciated on India’s top ‘think-tank’ organization ‘Chanakya Forum’:

2 thoughts on “How Russia-Ukraine Copied Finland War Without Lessons 

  1. Thank you, sandyinsights, for dropping this interesting OP and hanging with the UnWoke. My girlfriend (who is not a licensed prostitute) and I hope to meet you soon for good food, interesting conversations, photo shoots and such.

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