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Former NATO commander says he's not losing 'a lot of sleep' over Putin's nuclear threats as the Russian leader ups the ante in Ukraine

6 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Russian President Vladimir Putin. Gavriil Grigorov/Sputnik/AFP/Getty Images
A former NATO commander said he's not losing "a lot of sleep" over Putin's nuclear threats.
James Stavridis said using such action would "create a huge movement away from" Putin around the world.
Putin threatened nuclear force as he announced a partial military mobilization this week.
Retired Adm. James Stavridis, a former supreme allied commander of NATO, told MSNBC on Friday that he's not particularly concerned about Russian President Vladimir Putin's nuclear threats. "I don't see Putin deciding to use a nuclear...
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