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Russia-NATO in Brussels End in Deadlock, Russia Warns NATO it will Pursue ‘Counter-Intimindation’ and ‘Counter Containment’

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Russia-NATO in Brussels End in Deadlock, Russia Warns NATO it will Pursue ‘Counter-Intimindation’ and ‘Counter Containment’
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NATO Seeks to ‘Contain’ Russia, There’s ‘No Room for Common Positive Agenda,’ Top Diplomat Says

Wednesday’s meeting of the Russia-NATO Council was open and direct, but there were many disagreements, and the Western alliance has demonstrated through the recent diplomatic spat over accreditation rights that there is no room for a common positive agenda, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko has said.”Today’s meeting was devoted precisely to the analysis of the factors affecting the degradation of European security which we have observed in recent years,” Grushko said, speaking to reporters Wednesday after the conclusion of the meeting.”This seriously worsens our security and creates unacceptable risks for our security which we will confront,” Grushko added.

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Kevin Holt
Kevin Holt
January 14, 2022

Never fear, because Biden and company have sent in a SOCIAL WORKER to negotiate with the Russians. Yes, it is true, Dep. SOS Wendy Sherman, who holds an MSW from the University of Maryland (Baltimore), is the Lead negotiator for the US in these talks with Russia. Her previous diplomatic accomplishments were the Iran nuclear deal during the Obama administration, The North Korea Nuclear negotiations during the Clinton administration, and was the CEO of the Fannie Mae Foundation during the 1990s. Of course, we all know what a success Fannie Mae has been and how well the housing crisis went… Read more »

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