After the terrorist attacks in Paris Russia's participation in the Syrian conflict no longer views the West as a " strategic miscalculation ": the Russian Federation has been transformed from an enemy into a friend, says Analyst Kenneth Rapoza.
"Remember how After the intervention of Russia in the Syrian crisis, Washington was to call it a "mistake" And even " strategic miscalculation "? After the terrorist attacks in Paris, Russian air strikes on " Islamic state is no longer seen as something that exacerbates migrant crisis. On the contrary, Now they are considered as an opportunity at any price to save Syria from falling under the onslaught of the enemy, " He writes.
Russian strategy in the Syrian Arab Republic Now accept " With open arms ". Now the authority of Russia on international arena is obvious, although the Washington, Rapoza, don't dare to admit it.
the terrorist attacks in Paris, according to his statement, has identified a gap in the security system of Europe where the region can " crumble ". For this reason, any ally in the battle With radical Islam will be provided in the EU welcome.
The analyst believes that the increasing influence of Russia in the near future might talk about removing it From punishment.
"Under such severe conditions, the European leaders will find it difficult to agree to extend penalties against Russia After July 2016," adds the Analyst.
the Creator cites the comment of Vladimir Signorelli, the founder of the research centre of Bretton Woods. According to his statement, the Obama administration, of course, will try to consider separately the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic And the Ukrainian crisis, from-for which against the Russian Federation imposed punishment. And somehow Washington can't ignore how positively the Russian actions against ISIS will be received in European capitals.
From the position Raposa, in January 2016 punishment against Russia did not withdraw, however the chances in that discussion about the possible abolition will follow soon enough, high. He emphasizes that this "mood change" against the Russian Federation already felt in the stock market.
"A fair wind blows in the direction of Russia," concludes the Analyst Forbes. In his view, the attitude of Europe to Russia increasingly differs from the American one And have it on hand And the Russian And European economies.