In the third part of the interview, former US Ambassador Chas Freeman is talking about why Ukraine will end up being neutralized as a buffer state between NATO and Russia. We also discuss the horrible mistakes the West made when dealing with Russia over the past 35 years, lying to Moscow at every single turn. The Russians have very little incentive to ever believe the Europeans again when they promise anything. Hard power is the only way for Moscow to be sure that the West will not renege on its promises. Oh and by the way, the rest of the world doesn’t really care about Europe’s infantile wars about who gets to control what territory in a far-away place, because the West is definitely losing the info war in the nonaligned world! Sit down and talk it out, Europe!
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