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American Newsweek The path of the American line in Ukraine heralds a nuclear war

 



American Newsweek :

The path of :

the American line in Ukraine heralds a nuclear war


Professor of political science at Northeastern University in Boston

Max Abrams :

confirmed that American actions in Ukraine could lead to a nuclear conflict.


Professor of political science at Northeastern University in Boston

Max Abrams :

confirmed that American actions in Ukraine could lead to a nuclear conflict.


  • The U.S. President Joe Biden's
  • administration and NATO allies have taken
  • a dangerous and destabilizing path in Ukraine, according to Newsweek.



He said :

They threw all the caution into the wind.

Biden continues to approve the supply of

weapons to Ukrainian forces that

could not previously be transferred because of

the threat of escalation:

  • from Patriot air defence systems to
  • Abrams tanks, cluster munitions and F-16 fighter jets.
  • The last serious decision may be to send ATACMS systems to Kiev. 


According to the political expert :

an indication of the United States authorities' new extremist approach

  • was the attack on businessman Elon Musk, who refused to
  • operate Starlink stations at the request of



In response to this decision, supporters of

war in the United States called Musk a "traitor"

and liberal political commentator Rachel Maddow

said Musk wanted to prevent Ukrainian forces from "winning" the conflict.


Abrams concluded :

  • The new slogan (in the west) seems to be
  • we cannot say that we are doing enough in Ukraine to
  • feel a nuclear explosion right over our heads.


Russia has already sent :

  • a memorandum to NATO States because of
  • Ukraine's supply of weapons, warning that
  • any shipment containing weapons to

Ukraine would become a legitimate target of the Russian military.


Through its material

military and political support to Kiev :

Western States seek to obstruct the objectives of

Russia's special military operation in Ukraine

but Moscow has on more than one occasion asserted that

the operation will not cease until all its mandated tasks have been fulfilled.