One year after the Nord Stream gas pipeline explosions in the Baltic Sea, it is still not known who was responsible for the attack. Denmark, Sweden and Germany are working to determine who sabotaged the pipelines.
For more on the ongoing investigation, joining us:
- Klisman Murati is the Founder of Pareto Economics and the creator of the Global Power Index.
- Aaron Mate is the host of “Pushback with Aaron Mate” on the Grayzone.
- Anton Fedyashin is a Professor of History at American University.
- Klaus Larres is a fellow at the Wilson Center and is a Professor of History and International Relations at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
One year ago, explosions severely damaged the Nord Stream pipelines, rupturing the conduit between Russia and Germany as Western officials denounced the attack as sabotage. But investigations have yielded few answers about who was behind the blast. https://t.co/2exzRhlMvF
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) September 26, 2023
On the one year anniversary of the attack on Nord Stream pipelines, Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Seymour Hersh has revealed that Washington was behind the sabotage 'out of fear of losing influence in Europe' pic.twitter.com/GmslD0CNSr
— RT (@RT_com) September 27, 2023