October 16, 2021

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Release # 475: Biden-Putin summit balance | Subject

From cyber attacks Ukraine, From interfering in the 2016 election to the imprisonment of opposition leader Alexei Navalny United States e Russia This is comprehensive, and no one expected it to be significantly reduced at this Wednesday’s meeting in Geneva between the leaders of the two countries, which is the first time since the White House order was changed. But Globo’s New York correspondent, journalist Kuka Chakra, analyzes that the two achieved the film they had hoped for. Mainly keeping an eye on the insiders, the Americans claim to have made “warnings” to the Russians that they are profiting by simply recognizing its strategic position on the world stage. In this chapter, Kuka reviews the major obstacles in the bilateral agenda and talks about the “hidden object” above: China, Its rise illustrates all U.S. moves to reunite with European allies and avoid escalating tensions with Russia.

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Podcast O Material Producers: Manica Mariotti, Isabel Chetta, Gila Co Arazo, Luis Felipe Silva, Diego Kakuzuroski and Giovanni Reginado Gabriel de Campos and Ana Flavia Paula also collaborated on this chapter. Presentation: Renata Low Breit.

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