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Fault Lines
From Washington DC - the capital of the divided states of America - it's time for a show that brings you both sides of the issues that the country is talking about. We battle it out, Monday through Friday, on a show that's explosive, informative and entertaining.

Biden Blasts Griner's Imprisonment While Many Languish in US Prisons for Similar Offenses

Biden blasts Griner's imprisonment while many languish in US prisons for similar offenses
On this episode of Fault Lines hosts Jamarl Thomas and Manila Chan discussed a wide-range of topics, including the ongoing Russian Special Military Operation in Ukraine, US President Joe Biden's hypocritical position on drug-related crimes and Azerbaijani-Armenian conflict.
Mark Sleboda - International relations and military analyst
Robert Patillo - Human rights lawyer and political analyst
Ararat Konstanian - Armenia analyst and former head of the Turkish Department at the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
In the first hour, Fault Lines was joined by Mark Sleboda to discuss the ongoing Russian Special Military Operation and its current state of affairs, including Moscow's strategy going forward.
In the second hour, Manila and Jamarl were joined by Robert Patillo to touch on the topic of Britney Griner's imprisonment and how the Biden administration has been hypocritical in their condemnation of Russia's policies, as thousands of Americans are currently in jail for drug-related crimes.
In the third hour, Fault Lines spoke to Armenian analyst Ararat Konstanian about the ongoing conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, and the latest visit by US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to Yerevan.
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