The Atlantic: "Only Putin Knows What Happens Next"

Jan 23, 2022

Once Russian military forces are on the move into Ukraine, the Kremlin could set in motion a chain of events that no one can predict, writes Tom Nichols in this article for The Atlantic. Unless Western countries inflict serious economic punishment on the Russian elites, the only path out is by a "diplomatic sleight of hand" says Senior Fellow Nikolas Gvosdev in the article.

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