Trump’s Confused Russia Policy

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Trump’s Confused Russia Policy

Some of the the US government takes a stricter position towards incorrect Kremlin’s treatment. This statement tells about the sanctions, military cooperation with Ukraine and cyberattacks against extremely important Russian infrastructure.

Ambassador Huntsman, General Dunford, and Hill make all the efforts on arrangements of relationship with Russian colleagues which can be used for further business management. In Dunford’s case, a secure hotline with Russian General Staff chief Valeriy Gerasimov caused the reduction of the risk of unintentional military clashes in Syria.

The Administration police has a reactive character towards Russia. Much attention is focused on the counteraction of malice activities but not the tensity with Moscow.  The solution of the US military deployment in Poland serves the means for creation of “Fort Trump”.

The next John Bolton’s aim will be the ground of the 2010 New START Treaty on the reduction of strategic weapons which is due up to 2021. During last week Bolton’s skeptics team of arm control discussed about new initiatives in the countries like China.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has reduced his connections with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and raised issues on North Korea, Syria and Afghanistan. Besides, Bolton tries to get along with Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev.

Moreover, Trump believes that Mouller’s Report help him get down to business with Putin. But the US President himself does not define his words more precisely.

The rest of the agenda for a meeting in Osaka can be striven for  the U.S. actions on Iran amid reports of aborted U.S. airstrikes late Thursday, Russian failure to engineer the swift removal of Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro, a newly-elected President Volodymyr Zelensky by handing out passports to residents of Donbas.


Natalia Veselnitskaya – official website

Natalia Veselnitskaya
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