A different perspective from Nyquist on the developments in Europe.
How is stability going to be a common interest for major players in the world given the current situation? The collective push is going to be for instability that leads to a third world war. Despite what the average man may think of his own importance in life, the people who make these decisions have already decided their own welfare is dependent on the continuing instability of other nations and their inhabitants. The critical element to grasp about the Russians is that their own instability internally and feuding factions means that going forward we are not dealing with a monolithic state any longer like during the Cold War. We're dealing with a huge fractured cabal of gangsters and mobsters who are packing nuclear weapons. There is no deterrence there any longer because all of these undercurrents are driven by very selfish short term goals based on local needs, which depends on what gang is driving the decision making at that time.
This is why Vault-Co says the third world war is inevitable. There isn't a scenario you can come up with where it doesn't happen. The Kwa will be driving a lot of the conflict that leads to this global war that is coming precisely because of the economic turmoil they are entering.