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What Nigel Farage gets wrong about the Ukraine war

25 June 2024

8:51 PM

25 June 2024

8:51 PM

‘We [the West] provoked this war [in Ukraine],’ Nigel Farage recently declared on BBC Panorama, blaming Putin’s invasion of the neighboring country on the ‘ever eastward expansion of Nato and the European Union’. He later doubled down on his claims, arguing that Putin’s behavior in Ukraine was ‘reprehensible, but…’

Farage of course is not alone in explaining Putin’s invasion of Ukraine by blaming Nato and the EU.

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