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Syria's Assad Makes Rare Visit to Russia to Meet with Putin

Syria's Assad makes rare visit to Russia to meet with Putin
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Manila Chan and Melik Abdul discussed a wide range of domestic and international topics, including the Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad’s visit to Moscow.
Mark Sleboda - International Relations and Security Analyst
David Tawil - Co-founder of ProChain Capital
Steve Gill - Attorney and CEO of Gill Media
Kiji Noh - Journalist & Political Analyst
In the first hour, international relations and security analyst Mark Sleboda joined the Fault Lines team from Moscow to talk about Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's official visit to Russia and the latest from the US Reaper drone crash in the Black Sea region.
In the second hour, Fault Lines was joined by finance expert David Tawil to discuss how the global economy is tumbling as Credit Suisse enters rough financial waters.
In the third hour, attorney Steve Gill spoke to the Fault Lines team about the state of Ohio's lawsuit against Norfolk Southern over the toxic train derailment in East Palestine.
In the latter part of the hour, the Fault Lines team spoke with journalist Kiji Noh about the AUKUS submarine deal between the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.
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