Illarionov-Nemirya 2024-02-29: The West Has to Bring Its Troops For Ukraine to Win (pt1)

Illarionov-Nemirya 2024-02-29: The West Has to Bring Its Troops For Ukraine to Win (pt1)

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2024: To Win this War the West needs to keep increasing military aid to Ukraine and perhaps even to bring their troops to fight on the front. Why Biden’s admin still holding on Billions of dollars allocated for Ukraine aid? What’s the fuss with the 60B bill and why is it anything but this amount? ..

A well-known economist, senior researcher at the Center for Security Policy (Washington, USA) Andrei Illarionov shared with “Ukrlife” channel his thoughts on the history, current stage and further scenarios for the development of Russia’s war against Ukraine.

— 21 years of Russia’s war against Ukraine;
— Putin’s meeting in Yeisk;
— Tuzla island crisis;
— Three stages of war and escalation
— Scope and consequences;
— Why Russia has become economically stronger;
— Ratio of military expenditures and potentials of Russia vs West;
— Big question is “What will happen after March 17?”;
— Why Putin’s totalitarian regime is becoming tougher and stronger;
— Record levels of Russian exports;
— War intensification;
— Participation of allied armed forces in the war;
— What did Putin say that was really unusual in his interview with Carlson?
— Additional bill to support US national security;
— How many unused US funds are there for Ukraine?

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– English translation #PrivateerStation
– Original interview in Russian:

Andrey Nikolayevich Illarionov is a Russian economist and former senior policy advisor to Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, from April 2000 to December 2005. Since April 2021, he is a senior fellow at the non-governmental organization Center for Security Policy, which is based out of Washington, D.C. in the United States.

Since leaving his role in the government of the Russian Federation, he’s become a critic of Putin’s administration and particularly its stance on foreign relations (as well as doctrines on energy). For example, in April 2022, Illarionov declared in a news interview that change in the Kremlin would happen “sooner or later” given that “it is absolutely impossible to have any positive future for Russia with the current political regime.

Lyudmila Nemirya (Kyiv, Ukraine): Journalist, UKRLIFE
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