06.21.21. The Most Dangerous Scenario


This week we analyze U.S. President Joe Biden’s meeting with Vladimir Putin, the media responses, and what one foreign policy scholar called the “most dangerous scenario.” 

This week, as a dangerous new strain of COVID-19 arrives in the U.S., we look at what health officials have said about its spread, and the efficacy of vaccines against it. We also touch on a return to conflict in Israel, as well as the recent Iranian elections which have newly elected Israeli leader Nataly Bennett warning Western Leaders about things to come. We then shift our focus to the recent meeting between U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin, and why what one foreign policy scholar called the “most dangerous scenario” could result from the current geopolitical situation.

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