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Biden Ducks Big Russia Decisions

Biden Ducks Big Russia Decisions

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Russian intelligence assessment planned as Biden eyes renewal of nuclear treaty: Report

Russian intelligence assessment planned as Biden eyes renewal of nuclear treaty: Report

President Biden’s new spy chief is reportedly preparing a comprehensive intelligence assessment about Russia as his administration plans to renew a key nuclear pact with Moscow. Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines is putting together an intelligence assessment about possible Russian interference in the 2020 election, alleged bounties on United States troops in Afghanistan, and the poisoning of Russian dissident leader Alexei Navalny, according to the Washington Post.

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Eric Zuesse
January 25, 2021

As usual, Mercouris hits the ball out of the park — he identifies a major news story that others treat as minor, and he explains why it is major, and what it likely portends for the future.

How I Learned to Love My Exceptionalism
How I Learned to Love My Exceptionalism
Reply to  Eric Zuesse
January 25, 2021

Nothing but an irreparable societal suture portends America’s future.

Curious George
Curious George
Reply to  How I Learned to Love My Exceptionalism
January 25, 2021

Heard a lovely phrase today: ‘Political Apartheid’, describing the not-so-new DNC manifesto going into overdrive. Must use it in future wherever I can.

How I Learned to Love My Exceptionalism
How I Learned to Love My Exceptionalism
January 25, 2021

Biden ducking an unstoppable ICBM flying over his head maybe had something to do with it. Then again, self-annointed exceptionalism breeds strange dreams and strangeloves, so maybe not.

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