It is becoming increasingly obvious that this is now a U.S./NATO-Russia war, Noam Chomsky argues in the exclusive interview for Truthout that follows, excoriating the idea that, in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, there needs to be a stronger NATO rather than a negotiated settlement to the conflict.
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Through Conversations Podcast – TRANSCEND Media Service. 9 May 2023. Noam Chomsky shares his perspective on the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine, and where does he think this conflict is heading in the future. Tags: Noam Chomsky, Proxy War, Russia, Ukraine. This article originally appeared on Transcend Media Service (TMS) on 25 Sep 2023.
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May 19, 2022 coauthored with Bohdan Kukharskyy at City University of New York, Anastassia Fedyk at UC Berkeley and Ilona Sologoub at VoxUkraine Dear Professor Chomsky, We are a group of Ukrainian academic economists who were grieved by a series of your recent interviews and commentaries on the Russian war on Ukraine.
C.J. Polychroniou: Noam, the latest reports about the war in Ukraine indicate that Russia seems to be shifting its strategy, with an intent of partitioning the country “like North and South Korea,” according to some Ukrainian officials.