Search: Vladimir Putin,United States (6 materials)

Is the UN relevant anymore to Greater Eurasia?

..., if any, motions proposed against Saudi Arabia during the same period. Sanctioning Saudi Arabia, not Israel, has been the United States’ age-old red line. The usual American veto is favour of Israel is just part of the West’s good cop-bad-cop ... ... “Never again!”? Perhaps, the growing chasm between Western rhetoric and reality was a reason why Russian president Vladimir Putin called for the creation of “a non-aligned system of international security to counter global terror” ...


Brinkmanship for useful idiots

... where the leaked secret Pentagon study, obtained and publicized by CBS News comes into play. CBS has been, historically, an important propaganda asset of the government of the United States dating back to World War II.. The study reveals that the United States since 2008 has been at work creating the image of Russian president Vladimir V. Putin as an unstable leader with a genetic history of mental illness. If one is to believe CBS, the leaked study claims that all decisions made by Vladimir Putin reflect the need for “extreme control” because the Kremlin leader suffers from a controversial behavioral disorder discovered by Hans Arsperger, a pediatrician in Nazi-era Austria, who linked childhood autism with an inherited ...


The ISIS Crisis and the faiblesse of global governance

... China’s substantial oil investments in South Sudan, where there is ISIS-linked activity. Add to that the 3 million people the United States, NGOs and the UN say are refugees due to the Middle East-ISIS situation. When money is being spent on weapons ... ... Enterprise Institute and said he hoped that the U.S. leader would call for more defense spending. In Moscow, Russian president Vladimir Putin has been saying that for a long time. Asking the American people to spend more to roll back ISIS, Barack Obama,...


Obama's "Scare Force" Targets BRICS

... interactions between Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry showed the willingness of presidents Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama to dialogue too. But complications involving anti-Assad Islamists supported by U.S. interests,... ... inflamed fears of a full blown front size ground and air war. For now the sanctions regimes being imposed by major powers-- the United States and its NATO allies, and Russia-- has put food exporters in the crossfire of what is destined to become a long and ...


Islam, the hidden “I” in BRICS

... “appeasement” strategy on the blog at U Team-Infinity Journal as it relates to key Islamic nations and elaborates on why the United States has not been successful in contaning militant Islamists in spite of the arms deals and the dollars for democracy ... ... registration required) . The BRICS continue to have image problems The Buenos Aires Herald reported that Russian Federation president Vladimir Putin has praised Argentina, where he just signed a major nuclear deal with the government. But in their coverage the ...


Containment's Last Hurrah

... Russian Federation continues to exploit today. Kennan developed his original ideas about containing the Soviet Union before the United States entered World War II, watching events between the Soviets and Nazi Germany develop when he was a diplomat in Berlin ... ... Former U.S. secretary of state Henry Kissinger has urged the international community not to assign blame to Russian president Vladimir Putin and recommends that more negotiations over the future of Ukraine are required to achieve a tenable solution. ...


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    U.S. wants to deter Russia’s military and political activity  
     30 (28%)
    U.S. wants to dissolve Russia  
     24 (22%)
    U.S. wants to establish alliance relations with Russia under the US conditions to rival China  
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