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RT published this video item, entitled “CrossTalk Bullhorns| Home edition | Blundering Blinken” – below is their description.
Is there a method to Secretary of State Blinken’s madness? What are we to make of his policies toward Russia, China, Ukraine and Afghanistan? What comes first for him – values or interests? Is he informed by ideology or geopolitics? Does he believe in anything?
CrossTalking with Marcus Papadopoulos and Mark Almond.
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