Russian-Chinese Collusion and the Approaching Fall of the U.S.

Will this be Biden’s Chamberlain moment?

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It has been clear since the Russian invasion of Georgia in 2008 that Vladimir Putin is unwilling to tolerate NATO’s expansion straight to the borders of the old Soviet Union. Although relatively weakened from decades of war in Afghanistan, he did not hesitate to snuff out that threat when…

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