CrossTalk on Russia-US | Breaking point

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Russia-US relations are in tatters. At this point, there is no reason to believe they will improve any time soon. It appears Washington is determined to force Moscow to take the knee. This is delusional. This will never happen. We live in the most dangerous of times.

CrossTalking with Vladimir Golstein, Dan Kovalik, and Jeremy Kuzmarov.

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