Is Russia-Ukraine War Heading Towards Third World War Thanks to US/ NATO Intervention?

Pavan Choudary & Maj Gen Dhruv C. Katoch Live with Madhu Kishwar


Maj Gen Dhruv C. Katoch is a third generation Army officer who was the Chief of Staff of an operational Corps before he retired from the Indian Army in 2009. Post retirement, he has served as the Director of the Indian Army’s premier think tank, Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS). He is presently Director, India Foundation.


Since 1998, Pavan Choudary is the CEO and Managing Director of Vygon India Pvt. Ltd., a leading French Multinational in Healthcare.

Prior to this, he held senior positions in Marketing and Advertising at large Indian and Foreign MNCs and has authored The Rx Factor, a seminal work on healthcare marketing and strategy.

He Chairs the Medical Technology Association of India, is a Trustee with the Lal Bahadur National Memorial Trust, an Independent Director with Transasia Bio Medicals ltd and sits on the Advisory board of Executive Access Pvt Ltd. 


During Moscow’s ongoing massive military operation against Ukraine, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov warned about the possibility of a third world war by saying that it will have “nuclear and devastating” consequences.

On his part, U.S. President Joe Biden has made a devastating statement saying, a third World War would be a better alternative to Washington’s tough sanctions against Moscow. Is it because Russia remains undeterred by the most draconian sanctions, including confiscation of Russia's own money deposited in treasury bonds in the US?

When asked if he was surprised that sanctions were being imposed even against athletes and journalists, Lavrov said that Russia was ready for the worst. Therefore, the US seems desperate to assert its clout by taking measures which could prove suicidal for its own well being.

In his latest statement, President Putin has warned the US and NATO in clear terms that "Russia's response to outside intervention will be lightening fast." That clearly points towards a nuclear strike.


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