Ukraine War, January 8, 2023: The “expulsion problem” in the U.N. Security Council, NATO, and the European Union; The need to expel Russia from its Permanent Seat and veto in the Security Council, to expel Turkey from NATO or introduce qualified voting, and to expel Hungary from the EU or introduce qualified voting

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“Ukraine War, October 26, 2022: The context for analysis of current developments; The “dirty bomb” as a Russian propaganda distraction from current war crimes,” The Trenchant Observer, October 26, 2022.

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1) Jared MalsinFollow, “Sweden Can’t Meet Turkey’s Demands on NATO Expansion, Prime Minister Says Turkey’s extradition requests must be handled in accordance with the country’s laws, says Ulf Kristersson,” Wall Street Journal, January 8, 2023 (12:31 pm ET);

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