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Trump, according to Fiona Hill, one of the world's leading experts on Russia, paved the way for Russian invasion.

 

Fiona Hill, a former US national security adviser and one of the world's leading experts on Russia and Vladimir Putin, has come forward to express her beliefs that Putin is making his decisions in a "bubble."

Fiona Hill, a former US national security adviser and one of the world's leading experts on Russia and Vladimir Putin, has come forward to express her beliefs that Putin is making his decisions in a "bubble :-


As the world looks at the world, it is almost undeniable that there has been a strong change in Putin's behavior in recent weeks, as Hill pointed out during her time at the Grand Rapids event in the days following the Russian invasion of Ukraine. It also took time to express its concerns about the looming threat of nuclear war following continued aggression and subsequent invasion.



  • Hill expressed that Putin's invasion was likely to be part of a larger and more comprehensive war against liberal democracies before he continued to argue that it posed a potential existential threat to the world order.


  • Ukraine has become a front line in conflict, not only between democracies and authoritarian regimes, but also in the struggle to maintain a rules-based system, where the things that States want are not taken by force.


  • After spending many years studying and examining history, Hill has repeatedly established and drawn strong conclusions from long-term trends in European history, as we now see with Ukraine.



Dealing with the authoritarian figures of the West and NATO :-


  1- Among the patterns are specific markers, including Western companies and financial investors who fail to recognize their roles in building the war trust of tyrannical figures, as well as supporters, even passive ones, who acknowledge and share open praise for "tyrannical personal power."


  2- It is also political figures who have appeared in this mix who have repeatedly blamed other parties within their States rather than coming together to ensure the safety of their country.


  3- Hill recounts one of the last meetings I sat between former US President Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. She claimed that there was a fundamental meaning in Putin's words that Trump seemed not to have picked up, which is crucial and potentially fatal.



Hill said: Putin tried to warn Trump about it :- 


  • However, I believe Trump misunderstood what he was saying. At one of the last meetings between Putin and Trump when I was there, Putin was referring to, "Well, you know, Donald, we have these missiles that are above the speed of sound," and Trump was saying, "Well, we'll get them too. 


  • "There was a danger in this exchange," she noted. Russia and the Russian President always consider every military option available to them in order to use the appropriate force of the supposed enemy


  • Hill also went on to say: "If anyone thinks Putin won't use something that's unusual and cruel, think again. "No, he didn't, did he?" you could think. Of course, he'll do it, and he wants us to know about it." It's not that we should be scared and scared. He aspires for us to be the same. We need to prepare for those emergencies and find out what we're going to do to prevent them. "


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