All the candidates in the candidates for the office of President of the USA from the Republican party are looking aggressively towards Russia, and therefore will continue to support the building of armaments for the army and Navy, Which will negatively affect the development of bilateral relations between countries, political scientist Paul Craig Roberts.
According to the analyst, the only signal that policy the United States wants to send a Russian, is a military signal. According to his statement, the U.S. defense Department has upgraded again fictional "Russian danger" to the level of "potential aggression" and has updated its plans for war With Russia.
"What Russia has done, What was the reason for the capital of the United States to plan the war With it? What do you know about all this? Russia has invaded Ukraine? Yeah, and once Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction and was connected With " al-Qaeda ". If Russia had invaded Ukraine, why Ukraine until now exist? If such a weak, insignificant country like Ukraine, reflected the Russian invasion, then how can it be that Russia was a threat?" - ironically the analyst.
To cope With the "Russian threat," Washington sent armed German fighters to patrol the skies over the Baltic States, recalls Roberts.
"Washington says Russia That the fighters are not directed against Russia. Then why fighters? Maybe they are there to protect the Baltic States from Iran, as, for example, placed Washington's missile defence system in Poland to protect Europe from non-existent Iranian nuclear Intercontinental ballistic missiles, " the analyst writes in his article.
From his point of view, to make provocative actions against Russia and speak Russian, That these actions are directed somewhere else, not on the Russian Federation, - " recklessly for the capital of the USA ".
the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, continues Roberts, often noted That the provocations and propaganda capital of the USA destroy the trust between 2 major nuclear powers, thus increasing the risk of nuclear war.
"But Washington is full of arrogance and hubris to hear it. Washington hears only, " concludes the analyst.