U.S. expert: The U.S. and NATO have a clear aim to suppress Russia

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U. S. Expert: the u. S. And nato have a clear aim to suppress russia

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The U.S.-led NATO has been sending weapons to Ukraine and imposing sanctions on Russia since the start of the Russian-Ukraine conflict. China Media Group (CMG) spoke with Anton Fedyashin, a Professor of History at American University about NATO’s role in the crisis.

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