May 17, 2018
Sir Andrew Wood, the man who John McCain admits alerted him to the existence of the Steele Dossier during a secret meeting at a security conference in Canada, once said "I like to break up countries," during a 2015 panel discussion on how to stop what is described as "the increasing Russian threat to the international order."
While the media has portrayed Sir Andrew Wood as little more than a middle man in the Russian Dossier saga, the powerful British diplomat and associate fellow of the Russia and Eurasia programme at London's Chatham House seems to have played a much bigger role. In fact, Wood's background, his long history of opposition to Russia, and his role in the story of the Steele dossier, makes it difficult not to question the entire narrative we've been told about Russian interference, Russian meddling, Russian collusion, or whatever they're calling it today. At the very least, one wonders why the media has paid such little attention to a man who is such a central figure in the Russian saga.
In today's episode of the Propaganda Report podcast, we introduce you to Sir Andrew Wood and we analyze a June 2015 Chatham House report titled "The Russian Challenge" as well as statements made by Sir Andrew during a July 2015 panel discussion at The Center for Strategic and International Studies titled, "The Russian Challenge:" Europe's Future Policy Course Towards Russia Considered
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