The US plan to fight Russia REVEALED in 2019 Report – Inside Russia Report
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A report from the RAND Corporation, back in 2019 Key points:
The “bleeding” of Russia shall be achieved with the use of the following measures: –
Hindering Russian natural gas exports to Europe by opposing pipeline renovations and manipulating world oil prices; –
Encouraging the brain-drain and seeking to exacerbate further Russia’s demographic crisis; –
Providing lethal aid to Ukraine; –
Promoting regime-change in Belarus; –
Using disinformation to diminish foreign and domestic support for the RF’s leadership; –
Increasing the size of the US nuclear arsenal (the fact that this breaks several treaties between the US/RF is not mentioned); – Exploiting tensions in the southern Caucasus (Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan); –
Challenging the RF’s presence in Moldova; –
Controlling the Black Sea, ultimately preventing the RF from claiming territorial waters around Sevastopol.
What is truly key here is the following: what RAND had stated – and published, as early as 2010 – on the matter of Ukraine, has all happened.
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