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US Administration Struggles to Respond to Russia, Uses Filibuster it Opposes to Block Sanctions on Nord Stream 2, which it Opposes

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US Administration Struggles to Respond to Russia, Uses Filibuster it Opposes to Block Sanctions on Nord Stream 2, which it Opposes
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No Western sanctions can heavily affect Russian economy — lawmaker

No Western sanctions can heavily affect Russian economy – lawmaker

MOSCOW, January 14. /TASS/. The Russian economy is resilient to any external impact, and sanctions cannot seriously affect it, Chairman of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs Leonid Slutsky said at an online briefing on Friday. “We are going to respond adequately. We have diversified our economy, today it can resist any external influences.

Nato honesty on Ukraine could avert conflict with Russia

Monday’s US-Russia talks over the Ukraine crisis resolved little. Yet they did lay bare the core disagreement driving the most dangerous tensions in Europe in recent memory: the question of Ukraine’s aspirations to Nato membership. After the meeting, Sergei Ryabkov, Russia’s chief negotiator, said it was essential that Ukraine “never, never, ever becomes a member of Nato”.

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Roy Jimenez
Roy Jimenez
January 15, 2022

Your analysis on US conceding to Russia elements already existing (no NATO membership to Ukraine and Georgia) is just great, simple and to the point. However, the infamous fact is that US is not agreement trustworthy. This is why Russia could not accept anything less than a legal agreement.

intp1
January 15, 2022

Excellent and informative analysis.
I didn’t realize those NS2 sanctions were defeated by Filibuster. I didn’t even think that was a viable, practical option any more.
One thing the Russians need to understand is the concept of losing face and that is the reason the West bluster and cannot even state the obvious. The Russians need to be facilitators of any climb-downs.
But do they even want to climb down? and who are they?
It is up to the men in suits as Putin calls them. That is who they are really up against.

David Bowlas
David Bowlas
January 15, 2022

Thanks to Putin who is a great leader. However the following comment is to Mr and Mrs Russia. If in the future you ever vote in one of your oligarchs then you will become a lapdog to the USA just like the EU.


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