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    Neo-Ottomanism Revived, Quetta Terror Attack, Assange Banned From the Web

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    We start this episode off by discussing how the recent joint resolution passed by the Ukrainian, Polish, and Lithuanian parliaments about World War II could ironically put these countries at odds with one another over historic territorial claims.

    Next we swing over to the US’ unfounded allegations that Russian hackers took down part of the internet last week and even interfered with Twitter. Afterwards we investigate the real reason why the Ecuadorian government cut Julian Assange off from the internet. Once that’s done, we move along to explaining how the latest terrorist attack in the Pakistani Baloch capital of Quetta is part of the Hybrid War on CPEC. Finally, our top story of the week focuses on Erdogan’s revisionist comments about the Treaty of Lausanne and the real message that the Turkish strongman is conveying by reviving his country’s historical claims to Aleppo and Mosul.

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    hacker attack, terrorist attack, Internet, WWII, Julian Assange, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Pakistan
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