Angela Stent on the Terror Attack in Moscow

March 25, 2024 00:11:13
Angela Stent on the Terror Attack in Moscow
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Angela Stent on the Terror Attack in Moscow

Mar 25 2024 | 00:11:13

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Show Notes

While ISIS has claimed responsibility for the devastating terror attack in Moscow, Putin has baselessly tried to shift the blame to Ukraine, says USIP’s Angela Stent: “[Putin] wants to use this to increase repression at home … and also to pursue a more aggressive path in Ukraine.”

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