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WWIII Imminent? Putin Allegations Against West Raise Risk of Russian Retaliation, Expert Warns

Russia Massacre Could Spur World War III, Expert Warns
Source: MEGA

Russia President Vladimir Putin has accused the United States and United Kingdom of being involved in the concert hall attack.

Apr. 3 2024, Published 11:02 a.m. ET

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Amidst the aftermath of a devastating terror attack in Russia, questions remain about the potential global repercussions, with some experts even hinting at the possibility of World War III looming on the horizon.

Following Russian President Vladimir Putin's accusations against Ukraine for orchestrating the attack, which has been claimed by the ISIS terror group, concerns were raised regarding the escalating tensions.

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Professor Anthony Glees, a prominent figure in politics and the director of the Center for Security and Intelligence Studies at the University of Buckingham, has sounded the alarm. He warns that Putin's insinuations involving the United States and the United Kingdom have placed the world in a dangerous situation.

"This is in itself a serious escalation in the war and one which will have the most serious consequences," Glees emphasized in an interview with the Daily Star.

Putin's ominous vow of "oblivion" for the assailants responsible for the deaths of over a hundred people at a concert hall only adds fuel to the already raging fire.

Glees speculates that if Russia were to conquer Ukraine, there exists a genuine risk of further expansion into the Baltic States, with Putin potentially utilizing the Kaliningrad enclave as a strategic launch-pad for military operations aimed at intimidating NATO forces.

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The possibility of direct confrontation between Russia and NATO, a scenario with the potential to spiral into a third world war, is no longer a distant speculation.

Reports from Front Page Detectives highlight Poland's deliberations over whether to intercept Russian missiles that breach its airspace.

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Deputy Foreign Minister Andrzej Szejna has stated that while NATO is considering various strategies, any action would require coordination with Ukraine and careful consideration of international ramifications.

Recent incidents, such as a Russian missile breaching Polish airspace before striking Ukrainian territory, underscore the gravity of the situation. Poland has demanded explanations from Moscow, signaling growing tensions and mistrust between NATO and Russia.

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Anton Gerashchenko, an advisor on Ukrainian internal affairs, warns of Russia's deliberate attempts to test NATO's resolve, highlighting the importance of recognizing and addressing the looming threat.

With NATO's deployment of significant troop numbers in response to Russian aggression and the alliance's recent military exercises near Russia's borders, the geopolitical landscape appears increasingly fraught with tension and uncertainty.


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