Russia’s Nuclear Containment Policy

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Russia's Nuclear Containment Policy

by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Since established almost 30 years ago, the Russian Federation never attacked or threatened another nation.

Over the same period, the US waged preemptive wars of aggression against Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Yemen, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, and beleaguered Palestinians by aiding the Israeli war machine.

It also staged or aided successful and unsuccessful coups against Ecuador, Venezuela, Haiti, Honduras, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil, and Ukraine, along with countless other hostile actions against nations it doesn't control, notably Iran and North Korea, two nations waging peace, not war, threatening no one — except in self-defense if attacked, their UN Charter affirmed right.

US new millennium national security policy asserts the right to launch first-strike nuclear attacks on other nations, whether nuclear armed or not — whether they threate
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