The main challenges facing the future President of the United States of America, who will assume the post after the elections in November 2016, – this is a terrorist group "Islamic state" (IG), the policy of Russian President Vladimir Putin and worldwide epidemics like Ebola, said the presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
"the next leader will face threats from many places, starting With those which We observe at present – the terrorism of ISIS, Putin's aggressiveness, pandemics like Ebola, – and ending with those (threats) that We can't still predict ", – Clinton said, speaking in the capital of the USA, transfers RIA " news ".
"We need a leader With firm beliefs concerning the coming, the will and the determination to achieve it. We can't stop the world to change, but We can help to make these changes " – clarified Clinton, making it clear that She is such a leader. Clinton said he wanted to exert additional pressure on the Russian Federation in case of his election." I am one of those who intends to do more " – emphasized the candidate in US presidents. She added that the Russian Federation " aims to block and reduce the strength of America ", in the form of such examples citing alleged Russian military presence in the Syrian Arab Republic and the plans for development of the Arctic region. Thus, According to Clinton, requires the combined efforts of the U.S. and its allies against Russia. Remember, the first time the Ebola virus, the activation of terrorists in the Syrian Arab Republic and Iraq, and Russia's actions in the European Union named the top global threats to the U.S. President Barack Obama in September 2014. A message like he did in November of last year. Since then, U.S. policy was not transferred to the Russian Federation among the main threats. So, on August 12 Raymond Odierno, holding then a post of the chief of army staff of the U.S. army, said that the Russian Federation is "one of the most dangerous countries" for the United States. In addition, headquarters of the army and marine corps, the U.S. led the generals mark Milly (changed Odierno) and John Richardson, who in their own submissions before lawmakers criticized the Russian Federation. For example, Millie said that "Russia – the only country on the planet, which has a nuclear Arsenal capable of eliminating the United States" and the commander of the marine corps General Robert Kneller tried to convince to supply Ukraine with defensive weapons. The Committee of chiefs of staffs of the USA was led by General Joseph Dunford, who called the Russian Federation as the biggest threat to the States. In the White house, however, added, because this message "does not necessarily reflect" the US position.