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2022-06-27

Prof John Mearsheimer tells it as he sees it in this well-researched polemic. What is the history behind the invasion of the Crimea, later of the Ukraine, and Putin's ambitions for that country?

He presents a pretty comprehensive analysis of the politics economics and military situation, but this is founded on the traditional viewpoint that the Biden administration, comfortable in its political bubble of perceived invincibility, isn't about to collapse under the combined weight of the Bidens' alleged criminal activities in the Ukraine, and the possible decertification of the Nov 2020 election result.

That assumption, although unspoken and perhaps unfounded, is critical, since without Biden in place any new administration would likely lose no time in telling Zelenskyy to make the best peace he can with Putin, whilst they address the volatility that would undoubtedly ensue within the USA.

"The more successful we are (the United States and its allies) at achieving our war aims, the more likely it is that the war will turn nuclear"

Let us all pray that it doesn't.

(58 minutes) 

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