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Cruisin’ for a bruisin’? Ft. Kirk Lippold, former commanding officer of the US Navy destroyer

The Tomahawk missiles launched by two American destroyers on Syria last week definitely had a bombshell effect on global politics, but they haven’t changed the balance of power on the ground. Was the strike a pitch for a new American strategy in the region or just a publicity stunt for the new administration? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by commander Kirk Lippold, former commanding officer of the US Navy destroyer USS Cole.



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