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The Nord Stream Sabotage: An Ever Shifting Narrative

The Nord Stream Sabotage: An Ever Shifting Narrative

On September 26, 2022, powerful explosions destroyed three out of the four Nord Stream pipelines, severing Germany from its main source of energy. [1] Jeffery Sachs, Columbia University Professor, classified the Nord Stream sabotage as an act of international...

Could it Happen?: The Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction in Response to the Russo-Ukrainian War

Could it Happen?: The Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction in Response to the Russo-Ukrainian War

On March 24th, President Biden announced that North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) would be inclined to respond if Russia were to employ the use of chemical weapons in Ukraine. “We would respond…We would respond if [Putin] uses it…The nature of the response would...

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