Russia’s envoy ‘NATO pushings it’s schemes on Black Sea’ as the ‘New World Order’ mentioned in Bush Senior speech so long ago begins to look like the old cold war. But it is true that Erdogan’s Turkey [as if we can trust him], Poland, Czech republic, and other old soviet era satellites all are worried over Putin’s new Russia.
There is no doubt that between the USA and it’s partners, the problem over Russia in the Ukraine and in the Black Sea along with China’s push in the South China sea and in the Pacific itself is viewed as two veritable tigers that need to be tamed. Russia and China both see the push of America, Europe, and it’s allied powers that is the conflict in the world.
It is not hard to see a major war and conflict coming one day if this continues. Russia and China both will not tolerate the American led push to corral them. They will take on America one day.
Alexander Gushko said of this, which translated speaks openly of the “Cold War” policies which NATO and America have pushed. He said of this as a ‘confrontational model which will influence future policy’.
Alexander Grushko: worsening relations trend itself is not exhausted. Judging by the results of the recent meeting of foreign ministers of NATO countries, the Alliance continues the policy of “containment” of Russia, despite its calls for the political dialogue. I do not want to say that in our relations with NATO, “the cold war”, but the alliance moves to the security of the scheme, “the Cold War”. This is alarming, because today it is not only about politics, but also on military construction. Policy takes concrete shape in the “iron” and the many measures that the United States carried out today and its allies in Europe, secured a confrontational model. And this model will in turn influence future policy.
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Relations between NATO and Russia continue to deteriorate after Moscow promised to neutralize any threats to its presence in the Black Sea. The country’s envoy to NATO, Alexander Grushko, told state newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta that the Black Sea would not become a “NATO lake.” Russia sees the region as vital to its foreign policy—since the annexation… [Read more…]