The Power Vertical Podcast at CEPA
The Welles Declaration defined U.S. and Western policy toward the Baltic states during the long Soviet occupation.
Today we’ll take a close look at the rising tensions between Moscow and Kyiv and the rising temperature in the broader Black Sea region as Russia gears up for major military exercises in just a couple months.
If you follow the money, you can find a direct line from the KGB field office in Dresden to the Mayor’s Office in St. Petersburg to the Kremlin in Moscow.
So the results are in and by one measure at least, Vladimir Putin’s plebiscite to change the Russian Constitution and effectively make himself president for life was a success.
Next week comes the main event, as Russians go to the polls to vote on constitutional amendments that could keep Putin in power until 2036.
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