We start today's double podcast discussing an admission by NATO which eloquently highlights the absurdity of the West and why it admits it is wholly unprepared to deal with a conventional war with Russia, assuming you believe that to be even possible. We then move on to discussing developments at the CIS security meeting in Kishkek and why Russia is right to emphasise the need to deal with externally driven potential flashpoints within the nations. We conclude by discussing the recent visit to Uzbekistan by Putin and why it signals a major change in the attitude of this former STAN republic who has previously been deeply intertwined with the US.

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