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AUDIO: HI's Michael Nevradakis on the Skripal case, refusal of Greece and Cyprus to expel Russian diplomats

Hellenic Insider editor Michael Nevradakis spoke to Radio Sputnik’s Fault Lines on the possible reasons why Greece and Cyprus have not expelled Russian diplomats

Over the course of their first television debate the two candidates set out their respect foreign policy positions: more international interventionism from Hillary Clinton, more focus on rebuilding the US and promoting US national interest from Donald Trump.

Michael Nevradakis, Hellenic Insider’s “head insider,” was interviewed once again today on Radio Sputnik’s “Fault Lines” program, which airs on Radio Sputnik US, broadcasting on 105.5 FM and 1390 AM in the Washington DC area.
In this 20-minute interview, Nevradakis discussed the ongoing Skripal case, possible reasons why Greece and Cyprus have not expelled Russian diplomats from their respective countries, the disconnect between public opinion and official policy in EU and NATO member states, and the “diplomatic boycott” several countries have declared for this summer’s FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Listen to the full interview here:

“Fault Lines” is hosted by Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan. More information is available here:

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