Last evening started TV debate in University of Mississippi, which had three parts. The Tribune-Review asked from experts on foreign politics, what are the largest foreign political subjects for the next president and what did they want to hear about last night.
Dr. Robert L. Pfaltzgraff Jr, an international security professor from University of Tufts said :”I see, that Russia is getting more confident in Ukraine, possibly the same will happen in Baltic countries like Estonia and Lithuania.”
He also saw a possibility that Russia will touch its borders and looks for options, especially in Venezuela. He also mentioned the possibility of Iran making a nuclear weaping, as well as problems linked with Northern-Korea.