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    Saudi-Houthi Ceasefire, Anglo-Saxon Infowar, Jordan’s King Spills the Beans

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    This week’s program begins by analyzing Russia’s plans for military aftersales service systems in Latin America and how it speaks to the rising appeal of Moscow’s influence.

    Keeping the topic on Latin America, we then talk about how the UN Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf ruled that Argentina has exclusive maritime sovereignty over the waters around the Malvinas, or Falkland, Islands. We then address the agreed-upon ceasefire that will soon be occurring between Saudi Arabia and the Houthis and the recent prisoner exchange that took place between the two sides. Following that, we then move along to the infowar that the Anglo-Saxon media is waging against Russia and why they plan to target President Putin personally. Finally, our main topic of the week is the Jordanian King’s leaked Congressional briefing where he warns the American leadership about Turkey’s purposeful plan to send terrorists to Europe.

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    maritime, media coverage, Houthis, terrorist, King Abdullah II, Vladimir Putin, Europe, Turkey, Russia, Jordan, Latin America, Argentina, Saudi Arabia
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