Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts Clint Watts cited in Wired

Clint Watts cited in Wired

Clint Watts cited in Wired


“The long-run objective is to have democracy break down,” Watts says. “To have so many internal divides and so many fights between elected officials that there is no policy—which is exactly where we’re at in the United States right now.”

“Their goals are essentially to rebuild the Soviet Union’s territory, and to do that you’ve got to get rid of two things: the NATO alliance and the European Union,” Watts says. “The way they’re going to go about doing that is by trying to develop audiences and then elected officials in each of these countries that want the same objective on a foreign policy level.”

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