“The annexation of the territory to Russia justifies the use of nuclear weapons, which according to Russian doctrine can be used to defend the national territory.” These are the words of Professor Alessandro Orsini, in Kartabianka, on the developments of the war between Ukraine and Russia with the referendums called by Moscow to annex Ukrainian lands. In the next few hours, Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to give a speech specifically regarding the referendums.
“Putin’s move is an anomaly, because the fighting in Donetsk continues. In the past few hours, Ukraine managed to slightly penetrate the Luhansk River, which since July has been under the complete control of Russia,” says the professor of sociology of international terrorism.
“Vladimir Putin, who was put in a desperate situation, will seriously consider the hypothesis of resorting to nuclear weapons and this is confirmed by the last words of the President of the United States, Biden. Russia, from the available documents, has been studying the possibility of using nuclear weapons against NATO since 1999.” “Russia is ready to escalate, because it knows that to be right in Ukraine it must solve the problem with NATO.” Referendums “A message to Germany, France and Italy. Putin should not frighten Ukraine.”
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“China is becoming more aggressive and ready to confront it. Sooner or later someone is going to get hurt.”
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