Azerbaijan offense continues for Armenia

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a Christmas service in a church in St. Petersburg late on the night of January 6-7. (Radio Free Europe)

Brad Johnson brings you up to date on the tragedies for Armenia. Outweighed by Turkey’s military power and cooperation from neighboring Azerbaijan, are there any allies willing to help them? Apparently, not yet if ever. What is Putin’s position and is he still willing to protect the Orthodox Church? With historical perspective given.

Brad Johnson retired as a Senior Operations Officer and Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. Having served domestically and abroad, many assignments included areas of armed conflict. He served overseas in direct support of the War Against Terrorism and he took multiple assignments overseas as Chief of Station.

A certified senior expert in counterintelligence, surveillance and surveillance detection, his proven expertise in dangerous operational environments included the highest level of training available in the USG and globally. His tradecraft expertise was put to test in dangerous, difficult, and restrictive operational environments.

Brad is an enrolled member of The Cherokee Nation, a Federally Recognized Tribe.

In the summer of 2017, he founded the non-profit organization Americans for Intelligence Reform to create awareness of political corruption and the resulting diminished capabilities within the intelligence community. Serving as President, he brings you his unique perspective from deep, international experience and conservative, Christian values.

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