The Usual Suspects Are Behind the NATO Mobilization Targeting Russia

Amidst talk of a person-to-person summit between Presidents Biden and Putin in early 2022, U.S. officials are unleashing wild charges that Russia may invade Ukraine in January or February.  The prospect of a summit was raised during a visit to Moscow by CIA Director William Burns.  At the same time, U.S. spokesmen are calling on NATO allies to build up forces on Russia's borders to "deter" Putin, and the U.S. committed to NATO expansion to include Georgia and Ukraine as members in the near term, at a meeting in Latvia.  Who benefits from the schizophrenic quality of U.S. policy, when cooperation from the two nuclear superpowers is more urgent than ever?

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  • Asuka Burke
    published this page in Harley Updates 2021-12-01 08:58:20 -0500