Peston: Security chief warns Putin’s ‘dangerous’ actions may ‘drive wedge between allies’

Peston: Security chief warns Putin’s ‘dangerous’ actions may ‘drive wedge between allies’

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1/27/2022 5:53:00 AM

Peston: Security chief warns Putin’s ‘dangerous’ actions may ‘drive wedge between allies’

VLADIMIR PUTIN's strategy in dealing with the current crisis between Russia and Ukraine has been termed ‘dangerous' by ex-US security chief as he appeared on ITV Peston on Wednesday night.

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Talking to Peston, Mr Bolton explained the probable plans Putin has in his mind. He said: “I think he is looking at a range of options.“I don’t think he has made up his mind finally on what he wants to do because he is still doing a continuous cost-benefit analysis.

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Non story. Sorry, I thought that Bolton had been out of a job since he got sacked by Donald Trump...So exactly whose security chief is he, Robert?

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seems to be succeeding at driving a wedge between Western allies. Tensions have been running high between Ukraine and Russia with the former fearing invasion as Putin is said to have sent 1,00,000 troops to Ukraine. Related articles Emmanuel Macron 'running away' from French presidential campaign However, Putin has denied any plans to invade Russia. Discussing Putin’s strategy, Mr Bolton, 73, said: “I think it’s very dangerous in large part because Putin is looking at this through a strategic framework that neither the United States nor NATO are responding in an appropriate way.” Talking to Peston, Mr Bolton explained the probable plans Putin has in his mind. He said: “I think he is looking at a range of options. “I don’t think he has made up his mind finally on what he wants to do because he is still doing a continuous cost-benefit analysis. John Bolton was talking to Robert Peston on ITV about Russia-Ukraine tensions (Image: ITV) Bolton explained the probable plans Putin has in his mind. (Image: Getty Images) “I think his aims range from dividing NATO, driving wedges between the allies, at which he seems to be succeeding, reducing American influence in Europe, putting a squeeze on Ukraine on a number of aspects, or it’s possible he is planning a show game. “While we are looking at Ukraine, he is looking at Georgia, Belarus, or someplace else. And even in Ukraine, he has got a range of options.” On Wednesday, US President Joe Biden said he would consider personal sanctions on Vladimir Putin if Russia invades Ukraine. Mr Biden said there would be"enormous consequences" for the world if Russia made a move on the nation, which sits on its south-western border. READ MORE: