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Toxic attack? Ft. Jean Pascal Zanders, Head of The Trench

“Of a type developed by Russia" – that's the crux of the UK's allegations against the Kremlin in the Skripal case, the presupposition being that, if a nerve agent originated in a country, that country bears responsibility for its use decades later. Will this geopolitical formulation, of a type developed and long-practiced by the UK, be supported by the chemical analysis? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Jean Pascal Zanders, Head of The Trench, a research initiative dedicated to the future of disarmament.



Oksana Boyko @OksanaBoyko_RT
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