On April 1, Forward Defense Nonresident Senior Fellow Marc Polymeropoulos reacted to a ’60 Minutes’ report that named the Russian military intelligence unit behind the mysterious “Havana Syndrome,” neurological symptoms that US diplomats and spies have reported suffering from for nearly a decade.

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