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Making a Killing | Ep. 34: Deterring Putin with Marshall Billingslea

Making a Killing | Ep. 34: Deterring Putin with Marshall Billingslea

Marshall Billingslea & Nate Sibley

As the White House warns of an “imminent” attack on Ukraine, former US Treasury Assistant Secretary Marshall Billingslea joins Nate Sibley to explore what options America and its allies still possess to deter Putin from further escalation. They also consider lessons for a possible Chinese invasion of Taiwan.

Disclaimer: The final 2 minutes of this episode include some light interference in the audio. We apologize for any inconvenience but believe the value of the information offered still stands strong and clear.

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