Russia Has Shown The World That ‘US Hegemony Is Over’ And It’s Time For Peace

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SPUTNIKNEWS – March 3, 2018: Russia is the only country in the world seeking to uphold peace, Iranian political commentator Mostafa Azerian told Sputnik while discussing Russia’s position in the world today and the country’s newly unveiled weaponry. Azrian is an expert on international relations and strategic issues of Russia-Iran cooperation; he also heads the Center on Strategic Research on Russia (IRASIEH) in Tehran.

“By demonstrating the supreme power of its weapons, the Russian Federation once again showed the US that it has a response for US missile defense in Europe that shatters the international balance in the world,” he said.

Naturally, the Americans have never cared. However, by approving their new nuclear doctrine, they have once again proven their unilateral approach, which undermines the strategic stability and security of a number of countries,” Azrian commented.

“Russia has proven to the whole world that period of a unipolar world and US hegemony is over,” he said.

“If the US still wants an arms race, Russia… is not the country it was in [former US President Ronald] Reagan’s times, and will not make concessions.”


US driven by neo-imperialist ambitions in interfering in other countries’ affairs

RT – March 8, 2018: The US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson criticized China’s policy while in Africa and the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov took offence to the comment and said it was inappropriate and reminded the US that they are the ones interfering in other countries’ affairs, pursuing neo-imperialist ambitions.

“I didn’t know that Rex Tillerson is a specialist in Chinese-American relations,” Lavrov said. He added that “it’s not exactly appropriate” for Tillerson to speak about Africa’s relations with other countries, while a guest, especially in such “a negative way.”

Earlier on Thursday (March 8), Tillerson urged African countries to carefully weigh the benefits of Chinese loans at a news conference in the Ethiopian capital during his first diplomatic trip to the continent. “We are not in any way attempting to keep Chinese dollars from Africa,” he said. (BattleForWorld: Taking money from Washington is a kiss of death. For example, note what is happening in Ukraine.)

And Lavrov said that by interfering into the internal affairs of other counties, the US seems to pursue “neo-imperialist” ambitions. “We don’t share such an approach. I consider it ‘neo-imperialist’. And we will never pursue such policies,” he added. And that Russia He added that “has never interfered in other countries’ affairs, despite Washington and other Western countries claiming the contrary on a daily basis.” And emphasized that “not a single fact of this has been presented.”


Russia’s growing military might to guarantee peace on the planet

TASS – March 6, 2018: The new ‘breakthrough’ weapons outlined by President Vladimir Putin in his State of the Nation Address to the Federal Assembly on March 1 will arrive for Russian troops on schedule, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said at the ministry’s conference call on Tuesday (March 6). And said that today Russia has a modern, compact and hi-tech army”.

In his State of the Nation Address to both houses of Russia’s parliament, Putin announced about the development and trials of the most advanced strategic weapons Russia was creating in response to Washington’s unilateral withdrawal from the ABM Treaty and the deployment of the missile shield both on the territory of the United States and outside its national borders.

The Russian leader stressed that Russia’s growing military might was a reliable guarantee of peace on the planet.


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