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Audio: Panel on worsening U.S.-Russia relations

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A-Infos Radio Project

United States, Ukraine and Russia: What Happened?
January 10, 2015

Subtitle: Peril Of War In Ukraine
Program Type: Action/Event
Featured Speakers/Commentators: Dr. John Mearsheimer, Rick Rozoff
Contributor: Dale Lehman/WZRD [Contact Contributor]
Broadcast Restrictions: For non-profit use only.
License: Public Domain
Broadcast Advisory: No Advisories – program content screened and verified.
Summary: Program on the events that have undermined relations between the Russians and the United States. What might be the out come? What is at stake? Who is the aggressor?

Professor Mearsheimer will address the causes of the crisis and how it has poisoned relations between the United States and Russia to the detriment of both countries and disaster for the Ukraine.

Mr. Rozoff will speak on the transformation of NATO from a defensive alliance into a component of U.S. Foreign Policy, intent on neutralizing Russia’s strategic nuclear deterrent.

Q&A provides additional historical perspective and analysis.
Credits: Evanston Neighbors for Peace
Evanston Public Library
Notes: Dr. John J. Mearsheimer, Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science and the co-director of the Program on International Security Policy at the University of Chicago

http://mearsheimer.uchicago.edu/pdfs/Getting%20Ukraine%20Wrong.pdf

Rick Rozoff, anti-war activist and manager of the STOP NATO website.

https://rickrozoff.wordpress.com/

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