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    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon & Lee Stranahan talked with guests about the history of the Holodomor and how it led to the rise of Ukrainian nationalism, where the US is going in East Africa, and how wary we should all be of former Trump campaign chair Steve Bannon.

    Jareth Copus - Author of 'Ukraine: Forever A Pawn' | The Holodomor & Ukrainian Nationalism

    Danny Sjursen - Retired US Army Officer and Former History Instructor at West Point | Why is The US Bombing Somalia? & US Imperialism - Big Sticks, Even Bigger Guns

    Tyler P. Nixon - Archivist, Activist, Technologist, Legal Counsel to Roger Stone | Benedict Bannon

    In our first hour, we were joined by Jareth Copus to talk about the history of Ukraine, the background of the Holodomor, the roots of the Soviet Union's agricultural crisis in the 1930s, and how widespread famine set the stage for the rise of Ukrainian nationalism.

    In our second hour, we spoke with Danny Sjursen about the United States' attempts at control over the Horn of Africa in its contests with Daesh offshoot Al-Shabaab, as well as with China's increasing influence in the region.

    In our third hour, we were joined by Tyler P. Nixon to talk about Roger Stone and Steve Bannon after Bannon gave an account of his relationship with Stone before the Senate that crucially contradicted his testimony during Stone's trial.

    We'd love to get your feedback at radio@sputniknews.com

    China, Somalia, Stepan Bandera, Ukraine, Holodomor, Roger Stone, Steve Bannon, United States, COVID-19
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