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Dave Decamp On Nordstream, Kakhovka Dam, Ukraine, US-Korean Tensions & China

Dave Decamp returned to the program for the 2nd time, this time to discuss the developments in Ukraine in more detail. We discussed the ongoing reports about the Nordstream story, the Kakhovka Dam, Western escalations and Russia's response. We also spoke about Ukraine's counter-offensive, US-South Korean provocations towards North Korea, ongoing tensions with China and signs the US is isolated in Europe towards China.

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"Europe itself has taken very significant steps to both decrease demand but also look at ways to pursue the transition to renewables at the same time. And ultimately this is also a tremendous opportunity. It’s a tremendous opportunity to once and for all remove the dependence on Russian energy and thus to take away from Vladimir Putin the weaponization of energy as a means of advancing his imperial designs. That’s very significant and that offers tremendous strategic opportunity for the years to come, but meanwhile, we’re determined to do everything we possibly can to make sure that the consequences of all of this are not borne by citizens in our countries or, for that matter, around the world."

"Kovalchuk considered flooding the river. The Ukrainians, he said, even conducted a test strike with a HIMARS launcher on one of the floodgates at the Nova Kakhovka dam, making three holes in the metal to see if the Dnieper’s water could be raised enough to stymie Russian crossings but not flood nearby villages. The test was a success, Kovalchuk said, but the step remained a last resort. He held off." Inside the Ukrainian counteroffensive that shocked Putin and reshaped the war By Isabelle Khurshudyan, Paul Sonne, Serhiy Morgunov and Kamila Hrabchuk December 29, 2022 WAPO

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