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The Brussels Terrorist Attacks: An Opportunity to Promote Putin’s Agenda

Following the March 22 terrorist attacks in Brussels, which killed over 30 people and injured hundreds, Russian officials responded by calling for unity in opposing the Islamic State (IS). They proposed burying the hatchet on all other issues to concentrate on fighting terrorism. The chair of the Duma foreign relations committee, Alexei Pushkov, spoke about “NATO [the North Atlantic Treaty Organization] fighting a nonexistent Russian threat, while bombs are exploding under its nose in Brussels.” NATO headquarters are not too far from the Brussels international airport, where two bombs went off last Tuesday, in the check-in area. Duma deputies called …read more

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