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23 Apr, 2021 07:04

Russia’s red lines

In his annual address to the nation, Russian President Vladimir Putin reminded his citizens and the world, in fact, that Russia has red lines when it comes to foreign policy interests. And those red lines need to be taken seriously. And there lays the problem – the West refuses to acknowledge Russia has its own national interests.

CrossTalking with Nebojsa Malic, Nicolai Petro, and Andrew Korybko.

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