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'Professor Doomsday': New Putin Adviser Advocates for Immediate Nuclear Action Against West Amid WWIII Worries

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Vladimir Putin has welcomed a new figure into his government fold, earning the adviser the ominous nickname "Professor Doomsday."

Sergei Karaganov, 71, has a history of disturbing rhetoric and the advocation of extreme measures, such as instant nuclear strikes against the West, The Sun reported.

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Karaganov has a track record of unsettling statements that include claims asserting a genetic predisposition towards despotism among Russians and advocating for preemptive nuclear strikes on Europe to gauge NATO's resolve.

Karaganov has articulated his belief that a Russian nuclear strike could prevent a broader conflict, claiming that no rational actor would dare retaliate due to the potential catastrophic consequences of doing so.

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He emphasizes the need for Russia to assert its interests without opposition, including by using nuclear weapons as a strategic tool rather than a last resort.

Putin's recent directives for tactical nuclear weapons testing, coupled with warnings to the West to refrain from supporting Ukraine, underscore Karaganov's influence. He contends that Russia cannot afford to lose in conflicts like Ukraine, suggesting that escalation is a real possibility if victory seems unattainable.

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Karaganov's views on Russia's authoritarian nature and his admiration for China's governance align with Putin's agenda. Despite criticism from former US officials, including concerns about Putin's recklessness and willingness to resort to nuclear weapons, Karaganov's influence within Putin's cabinet remains strong.

The escalation of nuclear tensions between NATO and Russia, including Poland's willingness to host nuclear weapons, reflects the growing unease in Eastern Europe. Ukraine especially relies on the support of neighboring NATO nations like Poland, given its precarious position vis-à-vis Russia.

As Putin bolsters military capabilities in Belarus and Kaliningrad, discussions of nuclear warfare intensify. Russia's substantial nuclear arsenal, second only to the United States, raises fears of a potential global conflict, especially if Putin perceives his grip on power to be threatened.

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