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The outlines of the new Concept of Russian foreign policy from Lavrov

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I will cite key points from the uncommonly frank speech of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov at the jubilee international conference "Russia in the world of the 21st century", timed to the 20 anniversary of the Council on Foreign and Defense Policy and the 10 anniversary of the Russia in Global Policy journal held in Moscow, December 1 2012 of the year.

"This work contributed to the crystallization of the key principles of the Russian foreign policy doctrine, such as pragmatism, openness, multi-vector, consistent, but without confrontation, upholding national interests. These principles were confirmed in the Decree of the President of Russia, signed along with other directive documents 7 this May, on the day of inauguration, which is devoted to the tasks of implementing the foreign policy course of the Russian Federation. The same principles will be consolidated, developed, supplemented and clarified - taking into account the dnih events - the new version of the Russian Federation Foreign Policy Concept, work on which was carried out In accordance with the said Decree, and now we can report it to the President. "
Actually, we are waiting for this with great impatience. Since the turn in domestic policy and foreign policy are inextricably linked to each other. And the fight against corruption as a way of decoupling from the dollar System simply cannot go beyond the departure from a unipolar world order to a multipolar one.

"First of all, I will say that we really live in a world of profound change, and this is not a figure of speech, but a very concrete reality. Moreover, these changes, as usually happens in storiesThey are developing not according to someone’s invented scenario, and often contrary to any calculations and forecasts. Suffice it to say that the process of globalization has taken quite a different turn, which its adherents hoped for twenty years ago. It was assumed that after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the socialist system, the developed Western states and large corporations would spread their influence throughout the world without any restrictions, and the liberal-democratic system would become the only beacon that all “lagging” peoples would strive for. . In fact, globalization was greatly benefited by many developing countries that created modern industry and significantly improved the well-being of the population, while developed countries experienced deindustrialization processes, a narrow middle-class stratum and increasing social stratification. "
The statement of the fact of degradation of the West by such expressions, which are strictly prohibited in the public diplomatic sphere and which definitely reach the ears of Western demiurges, can be too risky for Lavrov. If you do not take into account the fact that Lavrov says not gag, but opens up part of the very new Concept, which Russia will announce to the world in the near future.

"Now we are talking about the search for solutions that would overcome the deep structural imbalances of the economy in Europe and the USA, and the prospect of China’s exit over the next 5-6 years to the leading economic power. So, apparently, about turning the yuan into the main reserve currency. Until a change in the course of inflationary inflation continues, the Eurozone’s crisis takes a protracted nature. In general, we can expect a fundamentally new picture of the world in the next twenty years, and this believes the painful process of international changeover. "
Do not remind who else from the foreign ministers of the world so directly and frankly spoke about "turning the yuan into the main world currency" and "continuing to pump the American economy"? After all, it is necessary to understand that this is not an outside expert from the side and not the master of geopolitics retired, but a real official of the Foreign Ministry. And this is at a time when, in Western countries, and throughout the world, officials turned into talking heads and have no opinion of themselves, but only sign decisions made by financiers in a narrow circle of favorites.

“A lot of factors indicate that a new historical stage is beginning. If we speak specifically about Russia, then, obviously, there are pros and cons, and risks, and new opportunities. On the one hand, we really don’t know what will turn out for us, processes in the West, bearing in mind first of all the European Union, our main partner in trade, technological and investment cooperation, and as a consumer of Russian hydrocarbons. On the other hand, with such a radical “re-transfer of cards”, much can probably be started A clean slate, and far from all the rules defining the international hierarchy today will be applicable in the future, for example, as noted in the theses prevalent before the conference, what matters is not where certain technologies were created, but the ability it’s better to use them. In this regard, Russia, with its literate, bold population and vast resources, has obvious advantages. "
In general, of course, in a good way this bold assumption about "the ability to apply them better" should be clarified: what exactly is meant? If with a “clean slate” and scrapping of all rules and hierarchies, at least vaguely, but it is clear what the minister means by a daring and competent population, who, using resources, can get more benefits from the ability to apply technologies, but only their creation - here the field of conjecture can be very broad, from alarmist to super optimistic. However, Lavrov at the moment and so said a lot.

“Today, no one argues with the fact that the emerging international system is by definition polycentric. From this, the leading think tanks in Europe, the USA and Russia are repelling themselves in their analysis. It’s another thing that so far no one can tell which contours will take the 21 world order century, how stable and efficient it will be. We regard as one of the main goals of Russia's foreign policy to help the international system to be fair and democratic, ideally self-regulating. this can only be done by truly collective, partner actions of the leading "players" in the international arena. It is also clear that translating this maxim, with which everyone seems to agree, is practical and not an easy process. We are far enough away from the ideas widely used at the beginning of 90-x, that the world is moving towards a certain unified model, which consists of countless replicas of the Western sample with some addition of local folklore. Now it is obvious that, while recognizing the market economy and democratic principles of government as the main channel of the historical process, a plurality of centers of power and influence presupposes a plurality of development models. "
The certainty with which Lavrov speaks not only about the potentially multipolar / polycentric model of the world, but about the ALREADY being formed, cannot but be conspicuous. This is a qualitative change in foreign policy, not only vocabulary, but also the doctrine of Russia. If earlier we spoke of this as a desirable phenomenon, now we are talking about it being formed. The question arises, what makes a person who is not very ill-informed in international affairs make one say so? Perhaps some special information. And perhaps an objective and more than obvious fact of resistance to the Western System by the new centers of Russia and China on the problem of Syria. After all, whatever one may say, this is the first historical international precedent for the last 25 years, when the West dared to prevent the fate of a particular country from being arbitrarily decided by physically destroying it. And it is expensive.
You should also pay attention to the "multiplicity of models of development." This statement will most likely become one of the fundamental ones in the new Concept, which will become destructive for Anglo-Saxon globalization, based on unification according to the patterns of Western society.

“This is one of the principal issues of contemporary international politics, directly related to the topic of the future world pattern. It is not at all that Russia“ by inertia ”opposes Western influence or“ out of harmfulness ”puts the projects initiated by the West into the wheel. that the line on the promotion of democracy by “iron and blood” simply does not work. We are convinced of this in our day, in the past year and a half, and even in a decade. Iraq has everyone who has heard the remaining problems in this country. No one fully understands , what will happen in the Middle East. The danger of the enforced spread of democracy is that it leads to increased elements of chaos and can turn into a serious crisis of manageability at the global level. This danger is now clearly felt by everyone. "
Another peremptory statement Lavrov, which certainly seems to the Western "hawks" insulting and utterly arrogant. However, this is precisely how Lavrov formulates his thoughts. And there is a firm feeling that this will be the way that the new Russia will soon be talking in the international arena with the West. Respectfully, correctly, but very clearly and enduring an honest diagnosis to Western foreign policy.

"We are in favor of agreeing on a basic set of values ​​that can help build the foundation of a system based on a partnership of civilizations. If values ​​are common, then they should be worked out together, giving up the messianism that causes obvious harm in politics. It should be obvious the danger of a recurrence of colonial thinking, when it is proposed, for example, that for the good of the Syrians, the external "players" agree on the principles of a new political arrangement in the SAR. We are convinced that the basis for a common scale of values in the traditions verified over thousands of years, the spiritual and moral denominator common to the main world religions, including such principles and concepts as the pursuit of peace and justice, dignity, freedom and responsibility, honesty, mercy, hard work and morality. "
Um ... I don’t know if, after such a speech, Lavrov once again transparently hints that the idea of ​​morality, higher values ​​and a moral state, formulated and scientifically grounded by the Center for Problem Analysis in the National Idea of ​​Russia, is actually adopted by the leadership country? Should I be reminded of the same expressions and meanings in recent speeches by Putin, Patriarch Kirill, Yakunin? But for me personally, this is more than understandable. Russia has no other way out.

"Russian political science has, I think, now greater intellectual freedom, and this advantage should be used to the maximum, trying to understand what path the historical development will take in the medium and long term. Although, of course, making forecasts on a steep historical turning is an extremely difficult and ungrateful business. It seems that a constant in our thinking about the place of Russia in the world politics of the 21st century should be the confirmation of an independent political The course of our country. Independence of Russia's foreign policy is our achievement, won by the preceding centuries of historical development and experience of the last 20 years. I am convinced that our country simply cannot exist as a “sticking” to one or another world leader. a recent statement comes from the former European Commission President, former Italian Prime Minister R. Prodi, that in today's world only three states have fully retained sovereignty - the United States, China and Russia. Exaggeration, of course, but remarkable. "
Someone may find the optimism in assessing Russia's place in the world too high and even unrealistic, but even if we assume that Lavrov embellishes, the very desire and understanding of Russia's role as one of the world’s leaders, as a country that cannot be "sticking" worth it dear. Especially if you remember the compromising and comprador policies of Kozyrev and the then Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
But in what I completely agree, it is with the assessment of greater intellectual freedom and non-indifference of Russian political science and diplomacy in analyzing the state of affairs in the world and making decisions. After the Soviet period, we are not bound by any dogmas and theoretical commitments based on the "commandments of Marxism-Leninism", and therefore we can form the most appropriate domestic and foreign policy based on real civilizational features and needs of Russia. Of course, provided that if we completely get rid of the world parasitic system.

"We see ourselves and really are one of the centers of the new polycentric world. This status of Russia is determined by its military, geographical, economic opportunities, its culture and human potential. It is also determined by the fact that in international affairs our country firmly stands on the positions of law and justice The rule of law must be ensured in the international arena as well. This enables Russia to play a balancing, stabilizing role, which is increasingly in demand by our international partners, and even those of them who do not think of themselves outside allied relations with the United States or NATO. Of course, this thesis was repeatedly stressed by Russian President Vladimir Putin - this approach has nothing to do with isolationism. We are already deeply integrated into global processes and are determined I’m sure that we are still aware in practice that Russia's accession to the WTO does lead to profound changes in the "rules of the game" and the general atmosphere in the Russian economy. "
Equality, justice and openness - these are the key postulates of the future Concept of Russian foreign policy, the outlines of which can be seen in the words of Lavrov now. Justice is the key message of Russia throughout its life in the world community. The return of this principle as a fundamental one, the proclamation of it by Russia to the whole world will in itself be a great breakthrough in international relations.
At the same time, it should be understood: justice in the external program of a country cannot exist without the proclamation of this principle inside the country. One attracts another, and all together is the integral policy of the state. Compradors and corrupt officials are not so much a domestic political problem, but a foreign policy one.
As for the words about the WTO, here I shut up and give the floor to Mr. Kurghinyan.

"We see ourselves as a country that is consistently deepening integration ties with its neighbors. This, of course, is primarily about Eurasian integration, which we see as a long-term and mutually beneficial project. But not only. We consistently express considerations in favor of reaching goals of rapprochement with the European Union. Recently, President V.Putin put forward the idea of ​​creating a common economic and human space.We assume that there is no alternative parallel course to be embedded in Asia-Ti Khokean region ... From a civilizational point of view - and its importance, as I said, in our opinion, is increasing - Russia is part of the “big” European civilization, together, of course, with North America. Therefore, for us there is no problem that concerns the implementation of the “European choice” through real mutually respectful interaction and integration. ”
Here it is - the wise and the only correct self-perception of Russia in this world - Eurasian integration and at the same time feeling like a part of “big Europe”. The union of the West and the East with our own unique civilizational identity. This is the only way Russia can remain the mainland and the ocean, which is the most important stabilizing factor in this fragile and such a small world.

“In conclusion, I will say a few words about“ soft power. ”Obviously, this is one of the main components of the international influence of states. It is impossible to argue with the fact that Russia is still seriously lagging behind in this area. The Russian world is a huge resource for strengthening Russia's authority in the world , we need to work actively and purposefully on its preservation and development, on a daily basis ... Russia's share in the global information space is really small for now, but the first steps have been taken. Russia Today and Russia Al-Yaum are successful projects. In the UK, Russia Today has come in third place in popularity. Modern technologies, including the Internet, make information flows more democratic. We need to actively use this. But in general, we have opportunities to be heard, and they are expanding. "
Lavrov vzolzd touched a topic about which you can talk long and diversified. And not only talk, but also to do. The Russian world is in itself a tremendous resource. It is only necessary to understand it yourself, formulate and disclose for others. This is our bestweapon". A weapon that does not kill, but" conquers. "
Do we need to say that the Internet is the kind of toy that was not invented by us, but which will eventually play for us and for us? Truly - God gives the mind to those who want to create and think about the future, and not only whine about the past and sprinkle ashes on their heads.
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  1. YARY
    YARY 8 December 2012 11: 19
    +21
    In this speech, there are more "bombs" than SyShira dropped in Vietnam!
    1. sergskak
      sergskak 8 December 2012 11: 29
      +14
      Well done Lavrov !!! You need to often remind the states who they are in this world. It's a pity rarely!
      1. Botanologist
        Botanologist 8 December 2012 12: 31
        +17
        Lavrov is one of the few statesmen and a specific MUZHIK. I am glad that such a person represents Russia!
        1. DEMENTIY
          DEMENTIY 8 December 2012 13: 50
          +9
          + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
          I haven’t gotten into komenty for a long time, but here I’ve been moved to creativity! crying
          1. studentmati
            studentmati 9 December 2012 22: 29
            +1
            I. M. Guberman, “It is high time, motherfucking, to understand Russia wisely!”
        2. S_mirnov
          S_mirnov 8 December 2012 15: 44
          0
          And what is the specifics?
          "we are all vague" Outlines of the new Concept "all outlines are somehow, it's time to draw bold solid lines, enough wagging your ass!
          "while the developed states have experienced the processes of de-industrialization," - if you give out factories to the oligarchs, then what else to expect - only de-industrialization!
          "We are in favor of agreeing on a basic set of values ​​that can help build the foundation for a system based on the partnership of civilizations." We have different values ​​with the West! I strongly doubt that the West will accept ours, so we sag towards the West?
          "In general, we can expect that in the next twenty years a fundamentally new picture of the world will develop, and this presupposes a painful process of readjustment of international relations."
          is it a war, if translated into Russian?
          "and the liberal democratic system will become an uncontested" beacon "to which all" lagging "peoples will strive." - But where are the crowds of indignant gold-run shouts about "liberal-democrasts"? What has already been approved? angry

          Minus health, but the policy of zhpoyvilyaniya and ours and yours will not bring to good! negative
          1. the polar
            the polar 8 December 2012 20: 06
            +1
            Why minus, your comments and doubts are justified S_mirnov,
            1. S_mirnov
              S_mirnov 8 December 2012 21: 13
              0
              Yes, I allowed myself to doubt the availability of operable hypersonic missiles in Russia, so they pushed me so much ... But then Lavrov himself was threatened, he almost doubted the GDP. lol Kramola is shorter.
          2. aksakal
            aksakal 9 December 2012 21: 41
            0
            Quote: S_mirnov
            "and the liberal democratic system will become an uncontested" beacon "to which all" lagging "peoples will strive." - But where are the crowds of indignant gold-run shouts about "liberal-democrasts"? What has already been approved?
            - I won’t minus it; on the whole, the post has been sustained, but you distorted this quote, or rather pulled it out of context and presented it out of context in such a way that it looks like Lavrov’s opinion in favor of a liberal-democratic model. I won’t guess, you intentionally did this either out of malice, or simply because you misunderstand, but I will take the trouble to explain the quote you quoted: Supposed that after the collapse of the Soviet Union and the socialist system, developed Western states and large corporations will spread their influence all over the world without any restrictions, and the liberal democratic system will become an uncontested "beacon" to which all "lagging" peoples will strive ". Now, especially for you, S-Mirnov, I, damn non-Russian, explain what is written in Russian here - the main word here is underlined in bold - "Supposed!" Those. Western countries assumed that developed Western states and large corporations would spread their influence around the world without any restrictions, while the liberal democratic system would become an uncontested "beacon", but it didn’t turn out that way. And why do you, the gold miner, should shout something here, if everything is written correctly. But the way you brought it, pulling out a quote from the context, would deserve a minus, because they don’t argue that way. So they are engaged in demagogy, but do not argue.
        3. Bykov.
          Bykov. 9 December 2012 11: 44
          0
          Russia's foreign policy is determined by the president. Lavrov only "voices" it and defends it within the established framework. And it seems that he does it, not without pleasure, for himself, not like under Medvedev.
        4. Bykov.
          Bykov. 9 December 2012 11: 49
          +5
          Quote: Botanologist

          Lavrov is one of the few statesmen and a specific MUZHIK. I am glad that such a person represents Russia!

          Russia's foreign policy is determined by the president. Lavrov only "voices" it and defends it within the established framework. And it seems that he does it, not without pleasure, for himself, not like under Medvedev.
      2. mda
        mda 8 December 2012 15: 29
        +5
        Quote: sergskak
        It is often necessary to remind the states who they are in this world.

        This photo characterizes the USA
        1. 1goose3
          1goose3 8 December 2012 17: 45
          +3
          Ha ha ha! Pancake! Exactly !
          1. mda
            mda 8 December 2012 18: 00
            +1
            Quote: 1goose3

            Ha ha ha! Pancake! Exactly !

            thank you
      3. Cadet787
        Cadet787 8 December 2012 23: 08
        +1
        Go Russia!
    2. alexng
      alexng 8 December 2012 15: 33
      +6
      Truly, God grants the mind to those who want to create and think about the future, and not just whine about the past and sprinkle ashes on their heads.


      The essence of everything lies in this phrase. Now the whiners are no longer in vogue. Now creators, not critics, are held in high esteem. Article plus.
      1. 755962
        755962 8 December 2012 16: 06
        +5
        US State Department: Lavrov - a courageous man, a soldier

        US Department of State spokesman Mark Toner hopes that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will be able to meet with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Brussels despite a broken arm. In response to a question about whether Lavrov could meet Clinton with a hand injury, Toner stated: “I think his hand is better, and I have no doubt that he is a courageous man, a soldier.”

        http://vz.ru/news/2012/12/5/610311.html
        1. S_mirnov
          S_mirnov 8 December 2012 16: 14
          +10
          "What are our enemies there? Are they scolding Us? It's good, so We are doing everything right!" I. Stalin. Not literally, but the meaning is. The State Department did not praise Stalin for sure!
          1. Curculum
            Curculum 8 December 2012 23: 42
            +4
            Quote: S_mirnov
            The State Department didn’t praise Stalin!


            “Stalin was equally successful outside the country in his ability to justify his actions and obtain their approval. For a long time, many Western commentators were more inclined - only partly different from each other in terminology - to praise him for the industrialization of Russia rather than condemn him for terror. In this way the Stalinist era was largely interpreted as the era of great social changes, rapid dynamics, the transition from an agricultural economy to an industrial one. And in a way this is true. Under Stalin, the Soviet Union really became a great industrial power. Indeed, there was an outflow of its population from the villages. The centralized socialist system was fully rebuilt. And yet the Soviet economy had a relatively high growth rate. According to Soviet official statistics, the national income quadrupled during the first five-year plans, giving an annual increase of almost 15 percent. This required the displacement of large masses of people - in thirteen years the number of urban residents doubled. From 1928 to 1940, the annual production of electricity increased from 5 billion kilowatts to 48,3 billion, steel production - from 4,3 million tons to 18,3 million; the production of machine tools increased from 2 thousand to 58400 per year; cars began to be produced not 8 thousand a year, but 145 thousand. On the eve of the war, industry accounted for 84,7 percent of the entire Soviet economy. Even if these figures are exaggerated by official statistics, the fact that the Soviet economy has achieved great success cannot be denied. "
            Brzezinski Z. "The Great Failure. The Birth and Death of Communism in the XNUMXth Century".

            “Russia was very lucky that when it was in agony, it was headed by such a tough military leader. This is an outstanding personality, suitable for harsh times. A man is inexhaustibly bold, domineering, direct in actions and even rude in his statements... However, he retained a sense of humor, which is very important for all people and nations, and especially for big people and great nations. Stalin also impressed me with his cold-blooded wisdom, in the complete absence of any illusions. "
            W. Churchill, September 8, 1942, speech in the British Parliament following a visit to Moscow.

            PS Although not the State Department, but equivalently. And such speeches are far from alone.
            1. George
              George 9 December 2012 01: 04
              +2
              In my very same Churchill words:
              - Stalin accepted Russia with a plow, and transferred it to a nuclear power.
              1. de_monSher
                de_monSher 10 December 2012 06: 01
                +1
                - Stalin accepted Russia with a plow, and transferred it to a nuclear power.


                Discussed already, not once or twice - Churchill of this never did not tell. This phrase belongs to an English historian, I constantly forget my last name - and it carried in itself, rather nagative, like "Russia was with a plow, everything was wonderful, but now it will throw us a vigorous bomb at any moment" People ... people ... well ... you need to know the history ... * ((still ...
                1. George
                  George 10 December 2012 19: 54
                  -1
                  Winston Churchill (UK)
                  “It was a great happiness for Russia that during the years of the hardest trials, the country was headed by a genius and unshakable commander Stalin. He was the most prominent person who impressed our changing and cruel times of the period in which his whole life passed.
                  Stalin was a man of extraordinary energy and inflexible will power, sharp, cruel, merciless in a conversation that even I, brought up here in the British Parliament, could not oppose. Stalin primarily possessed a great sense of humor and sarcasm and the ability to accurately perceive thoughts. This power was so great in Stalin that it seemed unique among the leaders of the states of all times and peoples.
                  Stalin made the greatest impression on us. He had a deep, devoid of any panic, logically meaningful wisdom. He was an invincible master at difficult moments of finding ways out of the most hopeless situation. In addition, at the most critical moments, as well as at the moments of celebration, Stalin was equally restrained and never succumbed to illusions. He was an unusually complex personality. He created and subjugated a huge empire. This was a man who was destroying his enemy by his own enemy. Stalin was the greatest, unparalleled in the world, dictator who took Russia with a plow and left it with atomic weapons.
                  Well, the story, the people of these people do not forget "
                  (H. W. and E. W. Speech in the House of Commons 21 December 1959, the day of Stalin's 80 anniversary).
                  1. de_monSher
                    de_monSher 10 December 2012 20: 10
                    +1
                    I am very good with Stalin ... And his activities will be accepted and appreciated.. That’s why it’s worth it ... it’s not at all worth trying to hammer reality into apocrypha ... Churchill, concrete-faced anti-Soviet, could not say this, in principle... understand? Churchill never made this speech ...

                    Churchill's Apocryphal Speech with Stalin's Apology
                    Churchill’s apologetic speech about Stalin, allegedly delivered in the House of Lords at a meeting on December 21, 1959, is often cited in Russia, but this speech is a proven fake. Richard Langworth notes that this “speech” is not in the full collection of Churchill's speeches, and in addition, Churchill did not speak in parliament after 1955 and did not deliver public speeches at all after October 1959 [14]. The Russian historian Igor Kurtukov also notes that according to the parliamentary archives, the parliament did not meet at all on the indicated day (he was on vacation between December 17 and January 26) [13] [16]. Kurtukov specifically traced the sources and origin of this falsification. According to him, the text of the apocryphal speech appeared for the first time in 1988 in the famous letter of Nina Andreeva and then, in a slightly different version, in 1991 in the article of the writer Felix Chuyev (the “consolidated” version is also distributed on the Internet); for its manufacture, we used processed fragments of the aforementioned speech of September 8, 1942 and articles of Isaac Deutscher, the true author of the phrase that Stalin "accepted Russia with a plow, but left it with an atomic bomb." According to Kurtukov, the text was designed in the Stalinist samizdat of Soviet times.


                    Look ... something like this ...
                    1. George
                      George 10 December 2012 20: 54
                      0
                      I will not argue. In our century, in general, any falsification can be bungled.
                      But the speech is true
                      1. de_monSher
                        de_monSher 10 December 2012 21: 10
                        0
                        No, not true - in the premises. These attempts, to put together a fake, with a sweep of reality - the most terrible stupidity that you can only come up with ... for example, take this:

                        Stalin was the greatest dictator unparalleled in the world ...


                        Are you so easily ready to accept that our ancestors were such ... mmmmm ... such a herd, who obediently did everything that the "master" told them? So? So you are easily ready to agree with the conclusions of the Trotskyists, about completely incorrect state construction in the USSR, as an attempt to create "corporate socialism" with the manners of fascism? So? Nude, nude ...

                        Comprehension of that era, however, is different. The undoubted advantages of its state building in another - this was the first attempt to create a different economy, for me it’s something even anti-monetary, anti-financial. With my mistakes and excesses, but still ...
                      2. George
                        George 10 December 2012 21: 54
                        0
                        I've heard how many obs .... past rulers, I always wondered: And who are you then, if you are commanded by such anointed one? Now I have little to accept
            2. S_mirnov
              S_mirnov 9 December 2012 13: 16
              -1
              This is rather an exception to the rule. Words more often sound like in this movie
              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeLcXCmzdfs
              The maniac is said to be a killer and, in general, greatly prevented Soviet people from doing great things. wink
    3. YARY
      YARY 8 December 2012 22: 49
      +6
      An interesting thought arises after watching
      1. 755962
        755962 9 December 2012 00: 51
        +1
        Interesting girls are dancing ..... And thoughts of the same format
      2. phantom359
        phantom359 9 December 2012 01: 48
        +2
        YARY,Why not? Those interested in any can be found, and not a few.
    4. scrack
      scrack 9 December 2012 10: 47
      +2
      Well, yes, a decanter of vodka in the USA
  2. Sergg
    Sergg 8 December 2012 11: 52
    +7
    Lavrov's speech pleases everyone. More and more often Russia needs to declare itself directly and openly. There is an information war of the West against Russia, this war, unlike the cold, never stopped, and we need to win this war !!!
    1. S_mirnov
      S_mirnov 8 December 2012 16: 49
      +5
      He also has a subtle sense of humor!
      http://demotivation.me/ic2l0yebs9lfpic.html
      1. satellite
        satellite 8 December 2012 19: 58
        +1
        That is ... The entire political and financial elite of syshya, their minions and the executors of their will? winked
        1. S_mirnov
          S_mirnov 8 December 2012 21: 07
          +1
          Yeah, along the way, the Americans will not be able to come to our negotiations now, especially Kondaliza and Obama! What to do with officials who have dual citizenship, it’s scary to even imagine wink
          1. bart74
            bart74 9 December 2012 02: 37
            +2
            To the wall put together with the children and the servants.
  3. botur2013
    botur2013 8 December 2012 11: 57
    +7
    It is pleasant that Russia begins to defend its interests, and does not go on about the West.
  4. anchonsha
    anchonsha 8 December 2012 12: 33
    +2
    God forbid that all these theses, drafts, suggestions and wishes about a new concept of RUSSIA's foreign policy be realized as soon as possible. This will greatly affect the internal processes in the self-regulation of public and political life of the country and society. Only now I really wanted to know the author of this article. And I also want to wish good health and success to those who create this new concept and will implement it. After all, not only Putin and Lavrov are the creators of this concept, although leaders always influence the course of history.
  5. Curculum
    Curculum 8 December 2012 12: 50
    +4
    I hope that the "diplomatic school" started by His Serene Highness Prince AM Gorchakov will continue after Sergei Viktorovich.
    1. sergo0000
      sergo0000 8 December 2012 14: 35
      +3
      Curculum,
      It's a bit early that you bury Sergey Viktorovich! wink
      1. Curculum
        Curculum 8 December 2012 15: 36
        +4
        Quote: sergo0000
        It's a bit early that you bury Sergey Viktorovich!

        The Lord is with you, I am about the next generation. And Sergey Viktorovich - health! drinks
        1. sergo0000
          sergo0000 8 December 2012 17: 03
          +1
          Curculum,
          I agree with you! drinks
      2. es.d
        es.d 8 December 2012 18: 57
        +3
        Quote: sergo0000
        It's a bit early that you bury Sergey Viktorovich!


        If this is a School (with followers-like-minded followers), then pah-pah-pah is not scary!
        May God give you health!
        But what is the style, the syllable. Charming.
  6. vezunchik
    vezunchik 8 December 2012 13: 30
    +1
    May God grant that this is fulfilled ...
  7. Bykov.
    Bykov. 8 December 2012 13: 32
    +2
    Yes, great. Great news, the "Civilized" are probably not happy with the fact that Russia has recently taken the place in the world that it considers necessary, and not what they want to "point out" to it, well, to hell with them.
  8. homosum20
    homosum20 8 December 2012 13: 45
    +2
    Apparently, the foreign policy doctrine of Russia by the country's leadership is finalized and the process of embedding it in world political life begins.
    Thank goodness if so. This means that we support Syria consciously and will not abandon it. That the time of a weak policy of minor concessions is over.
    Because otherwise this weak policy will end badly for us.
  9. omsbon
    omsbon 8 December 2012 13: 59
    +5
    Lavrov S.V. one of the few ministers highly respected at home and abroad!
    I hope that little by little, Russia begins to regain lost ground on the world stage.
  10. boris.radevitch
    boris.radevitch 8 December 2012 13: 59
    +3
    The Americans will soon end in the world, and rightly so comrades! laughing
  11. sergo0000
    sergo0000 8 December 2012 14: 06
    +2
    Equality, justice and openness - these are the key tenets of the future Concept of external poly
    tics of Russia,
    That's right! Finally, I heard for myself what I wanted to hear!
    It’s risky for a politician of such a level as Lavrov to open all the cards, but what can you do! He is such a MAN!
  12. Uncle
    Uncle 8 December 2012 14: 20
    +7
    It’s far from the government, but it seems to me that people like Lavrov, Shoigu, Rogozin are decent people.
  13. Gorchakov
    Gorchakov 8 December 2012 14: 37
    +7
    How long have I wanted to hear what I’ve read now, from the lips of the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry ... Thank God that the time has come to say such a thing ... So Russia is firmly on its feet, so we are on the right track .....
  14. Karabin
    Karabin 8 December 2012 14: 38
    -3
    "This work contributed to the crystallization of key principles of the Russian foreign policy doctrine, such as pragmatism, openness, multi-vector, consistent but non-confrontational defense of national interests.

    What is it like? UN veto, appeal to conscience international law, request for legal guarantees (ABM)? So what's new?

    And the fight against corruption as a way to untie the dollar system ....

    What is the connection between the company, called for some reason a struggle (Serdyukov would not have gone from his wife to the left, everything would have been as before, an "effective MO" and a horse that does not need to be changed at the crossing) and the decoupling from the dollar. For the first step in abandoning the dollar, nationalizing the central bank, the will and decree of the president is enough, with subsequent legislative registration by parliament. But where is this step? One companionship.

    Another peremptory statement Lavrov, which certainly seems to the Western "hawks" insulting and utterly arrogant. However, this is precisely how Lavrov formulates his thoughts. And there is a firm feeling that this will be the way that the new Russia will soon be talking in the international arena with the West. Respectfully, correctly, but very clearly and enduring an honest diagnosis to Western foreign policy.


    Yes, he put the West on Lavrov's statements, if they themselves do not know what they are doing. And no matter how the new Russia speaks respectfully and clearly, the West does not give a shit about an "honest diagnosis" if there is no action behind the conversations, but Lavrov is not planning any action.

    "We see ourselves as a country that is consistently deepening integration ties with its neighbors. This, of course, is primarily about Eurasian integration, which we see as a long-term and mutually beneficial project. But not only. We consistently express considerations in favor of reaching goals of rapprochement with the European Union. Recently, President V.Putin put forward the idea of ​​creating a common economic and human space.We assume that there is no alternative parallel course to be embedded in Asia-Ti Khokean region ... From a civilizational point of view - and its importance, as I said, in our opinion, is increasing - Russia is part of the “big” European civilization, together, of course, with North America. Therefore, for us there is no problem that concerns the implementation of the “European choice” through real mutually respectful interaction and integration. ”

    Where is the national identity? This is a cunning globalization in which we dissolve both economically and as an ethnic group.

    Compradors and corrupt officials are not so much a domestic political problem as a foreign political one.

    Damn it how? We export thieves, or what? Rather, we export it as future law-abiding residents of London and Paris.

    Another article from the cycle about the tireless and wise work of the authorities for the good of the country. Lavrov’s speech is thoroughly saturated with the ideas of globalization, the role of Russia is indicated as an equal, uncomfortable and gently pointing to the partner’s shortcomings. Gentlemen patriots, with such a policy, they will devour us fucking, Russia can only be the center of power, the Empire rigidly defending interests or not be.

    Such authors hang a carrot about an allegedly new foreign policy concept of Russia, of course not as juicy as the "Munich speech". Don't be fooled gentlemen, don't be donkeys.

    1. sergo0000
      sergo0000 8 December 2012 15: 19
      +2
      Karabin,
      Do you propose to threaten all neighbors with a nuclear club ?! winked
      1. Karabin
        Karabin 8 December 2012 17: 06
        +1
        Quote: sergo0000
        Do you offer

        I propose to recall that we have it.
        1. sergo0000
          sergo0000 8 December 2012 19: 41
          +1
          Karabin,
          Do not worry! Nikita Sergeevich "hinted" to them 50 years ago! bully
          1. Karabin
            Karabin 8 December 2012 20: 37
            +1
            sergo0000,
            After Nikita Sergeyevich there were Mikhal Sergeyevich with Boris Nikolaevich, we should give a hint again.
      2. Bigriver
        Bigriver 8 December 2012 17: 50
        +4
        sergo0000
        Do you propose to threaten all neighbors with a nuclear club ?!

        ... having previously fenced off a thorn around the perimeter and choosing from the entire lexical stock: "Well, you .., p. for .., right now, I will reset: (((("
    2. 1goose3
      1goose3 8 December 2012 18: 34
      +6
      Karabin

      Sorry, but I didn’t understand what. What did you want to say? I understood everything that I wrote, but what I wanted to say, no. Everything turns out badly, yesterday’s milk, the taxi driver is not Russian, the fool’s neighbor, and the bosses are all the goats, etc. With such a mood in a distant trench and a bullet in the temple. But I would like to dissuade you, you cannot see one negative, look from a different angle and you will see a lot of good and encouraging. And you will understand that milk is also fresh, and the taxi driver then turns out to be a normal man, a pretty neighbor and a fair boss.
      Now we are in that joke. Cemetery, pessimist, optimist. Pessimist: Horror, some crosses. Optimist: I don’t see anything bad, some advantages.
      Optimism to you, rational optimism, sighted optimism.
      1. Karabin
        Karabin 8 December 2012 20: 14
        +5
        Quote: 1goose3
        Everything turns out badly

        Why, not everything for today. And our taxi drivers are mostly Russians, and our neighbors are far from stupid, the boss, of course, is still the same beetle, but he does not interfere with work. This is about pessimism as a diagnosis that you gave me. By the way, when it comes to your cemetery optimist that the pluses, these are all the same crosses, no matter how he dived into a distant trench. Now, in essence. First, the author commented very freely on Lavrov. Secondly, we read carefully ourselves, reproaching the West for shortcomings and injustice, followed by the following statements ".... the key principles of the Russian foreign policy doctrine, such as pragmatism, openness, multi-vector, consistent, but without confrontation, upholding of national interests." - That is, if there is a danger of confrontation, national interests disappear? What a new Tolstoyance. Non-resistance to evil? Further .. "Russia is a part of the 'big' European civilization, together, of course, with North America. Therefore, we have no problems with regard to the implementation of the 'European choice' through real mutually respectful interaction and integration." What's this? Guys from the west, we are the same as you, respect us? And how does the voiced concept of Lavrov differ from those of Brzezinski "The Russians and their leaders must renew Russia. This is a significant task. It is historically grounded. This is an ambitious task. Its solution will enable the Russian people, Russia to become the leading European state playing a global role. And this is the reason for Russia to be with Europe and America.". Only this flirtation and integration with the West has never been brought to any good in history. I repeat once again, the globalizers will destroy Russia as a truly sovereign power.
        1. aksakal
          aksakal 10 December 2012 00: 26
          0
          carbine, well noticed, plus.
          So the author not only freely commented, but also in many sentences and sentences was not very, to put it mildly correct. For example:
          If with a "blank slate" and the breakdown of all rules and hierarchies it is even vaguely, but clear, what the minister means by a daring and literate population, which, relying on resources, will be able to benefit more from the ability to use technologies, but only their creation - here the field of guesswork can be very extensive, from alarmist to super-optimistic - I did not understand anything from this abracadabra. Either some verb is missing, or some interjection, as a result, the whole sentence is very difficult to understand.
          As for SABZH - Russian rhetoric already sounds harsher than even just a couple of years ago. Then there was more "we are also fighting for the democracy" and "we are building a European home in our own place." Although there are still residual moments that you pointed out quite correctly. Here I can only suggest one thing - Lavrov's daughter still lives and works in America, is an American citizen and an American patriot. I don't really want to burn all the bridges to the end - how can I see my daughters later? So it pops up "without confrontations," although the very proposal of consistently defending one's interests in the face of those who are hindered by these interests already presupposes a certain confrontation for anyone.
    3. es.d
      es.d 8 December 2012 19: 01
      0
      Quote: Karabin
      but Lavrov does not plan actions.


      It is not in his competence. And so, +
      1. Egen
        Egen 10 December 2012 16: 03
        +1
        "we really don't know"

        Duc, and then in general it turns out nonsense. Well, yes, there is good news in Lavrov’s speech, it’s stupid to argue. Yes, Russia needs to be more loud and confident about itself, etc.
        But then what? What is Lavrov based on? If it is not he who plans, but someone else - and what is his role? It turns out like in a fable - justifies one, makes another concept, plans a third one, and performs the fourth one :( And what will result from this chain :(
    4. Ljubomir
      Ljubomir 8 December 2012 20: 31
      -2
      You cut the truth-uterus carbine in defiance of the Urya-kalka prevailing here. ++++++++++++++
      1. aksakal
        aksakal 10 December 2012 07: 51
        +1
        Quote: Lubomyr
        You cut the truth-uterus carbine in defiance of the Urya-kalka prevailing here.

        - Something I see, it is already considered good form to put down those citizens that they see at least some positive in the actions of the authorities. And this positive, in any case, is the political rhetoric has already become tougher, even in comparison with two years ago. Harsher does not mean that we are completely satisfied with such rhetoric, Karabin noticed unsuitable moments. Economic growth is progressing at the very least, weapons are changing at the very least. Yes, slowly, as the Formuchane note - "half an aircraft, and they rejoice, as if the division has been changed!", But nevertheless, receipts are coming! Ie progress is evident. But lately, it has become fashionable only to splash saliva, shout that everything is terrible, that we are in deep ... hope that Putin is the very mafioso of all mafiosi (Karish, "I hate Western politics, but your Putin is a mafioso and Russia is urgent you need to introduce liberal democracy! "It is he who hates Western politics so much, hates so much that they advise to lie under it - maybe we will infect the bad ones?), and members of the forum who notice at least some positive, it is customary to immediately lower the plinth below, and much lower than the swamp. Meanwhile, such sentiments are called "insufficient level of mutual trust in society." Mutual trust in society is the trust of society in the authorities and, on the contrary, the trust of people to each other, in general, the level of trust of everyone to everyone on a global, national scale. This level of mutual trust is kind of like an intangible substance, but it very well converts into quite material losses. For example, if merchants saved a lot thanks to a high level of mutual trust in lawyers, then after a decrease in the level of trust, they begin to incur direct losses due to the forced maintenance of a staff of lawyers. Then some thread the minister, when asked by the interviewer about the support of a thread of the business structure, answers like, "yes, I lobby for it and am going to work in it after leaving (resignation, dismissal), I am not going to take risks and rely on state and beg for a decent pension! " This is said by a key player in the system, who does not trust this system, in which he himself plays a significant role! Imagine the level of mutual trust! We do not forget that Stalin managed to pull off all his affairs, for which we respect him, precisely thanks to the unlimited trust of the people according to the formula "the king is good, the boyars are bad!" It is now accepted to make fun of it, but then it was the real dominant force.
        Think about it.
        1. Egen
          Egen 10 December 2012 16: 07
          +2
          but because, unfortunately, very often this positive in ostentatious actions of the authorities turns into a disappointment from unfulfilled hopes :( that's why it happens
          Quote: aksakal
          "insufficient level of mutual trust in society."

          :(
  15. Pelican
    Pelican 8 December 2012 16: 38
    +1
    Eurasian space and passports of the Russian Federation to all migrants ... We are degrading after the west!
    1. sergo0000
      sergo0000 8 December 2012 17: 12
      +2
      Pelican,
      In order to help these migrants with their own economy, they themselves will not go to us.
      After all, it turned out during the Union to keep them in their own territories!
      It is clumsy of course with enormous costs, to the detriment of its own economy, but there was a national policy!
  16. Bigriver
    Bigriver 8 December 2012 17: 21
    +2
    I am pleased with the freedom of thought and speech of our Lavrov.
    That says a lot.
    1. Karabin
      Karabin 8 December 2012 18: 25
      0
      Quote: BigRiver
      That says a lot.

      And what, besides the fact that Lavrov knows how to talk and think freely?
  17. not good
    not good 8 December 2012 17: 42
    +3
    For twenty years there has been no USSR, and we have only crystallized the key principles of foreign policy, and while crystallization is ongoing diplomas are being handed over to our fellow citizens. It’s time to accept the foreign policy doctrine.
    1. Karabin
      Karabin 8 December 2012 18: 30
      +1
      not good,
      Yes, this team has nothing intelligible, neither ideology, nor military, nor foreign policy doctrine. Some pseudo-patriotic slogans and PR-campaigns against the background of total all-Russian theft and do not care.
      1. bart74
        bart74 9 December 2012 02: 35
        +1
        Transfer 10% to my account if you see thieves in all Russians! 8-905-227-99-27 I wait! I'm Russian. I won’t live a day without kickbacks.
        1. Karabin
          Karabin 9 December 2012 18: 06
          0
          Quote: bart74
          10% transfer to my account

          Quote: bart74
          I wait!


          Turnip will not crack?
  18. v53993
    v53993 8 December 2012 19: 14
    +2
    "The ice is broken, gentlemen of the jury!" We will command the parade.
    1. sergo0000
      sergo0000 8 December 2012 20: 11
      +2
      v53993,
      Of course we will! Let's just put Geyropa on one more needle "South Stream" is called!
      Not heroin of course, but I think dependence on it is not easier for them.
      Today the opening of construction took place! drinks
      1. Karabin
        Karabin 8 December 2012 20: 41
        0
        Quote: sergo0000
        Of course we will! Just put the Geyrop on another needle

        With such droppers, saline for a long time is not enough.
        1. v53993
          v53993 8 December 2012 20: 59
          +2
          We will dose out the pleasure so that those who wish to join the roof do not go.
  19. MG42
    MG42 8 December 2012 21: 07
    +6
    Now it is a question of finding solutions that would allow us to overcome the deep structural imbalances of the economy in Europe and the United States, and the prospect of China coming out over the next 5-6 years to the position of a leading economic power. And that means, apparently, about the transformation of the renminbi into the main reserve currency. Until a change in course towards continued inflationary pumping of the American economy is visible, the eurozone crisis is becoming protracted.

    Lavrov rode well in two sentences on the dollar and the US and the eurozone. good And also designated the exit of China as the 3rd force.
    "promoting democracy with iron and blood" - very aptly, as they say, not in the eyebrow, but in the eye of the amers.
    1. v53993
      v53993 8 December 2012 21: 24
      +1
      True, she always hurts someone's eyes. In this case, amers. Only they don’t even understand this. The missing people, I even feel sorry for them somehow.
  20. ... in motu
    ... in motu 8 December 2012 22: 45
    +2
    Good comrades!
    There is a saying that the truth is hidden in the details.
    In the video, the water on the table is not AQUA MINERALE, but ours is the HOLY SOURCE!
  21. Magadan
    Magadan 8 December 2012 23: 30
    +6
    It happened! Thanks to Lavrov.
    In 1999, when the US bombed Yugoslavia, I continued to communicate with brocade not very pleasant American types. Odin was clearly one of the agents of the ideological information war. And now they tell me that where there we, sir, poor, screwed up rock the boat. So he said "it's funny to listen to you when Russia is on its knees and sucks an American dick."
    Dude's name is Den, remembered.
    I mean, Putin has already done what I could only dream about 10 years ago. Now I would look into that Den’s eyes .... Although we’ll wait a couple more years. We will see
    1. v53993
      v53993 9 December 2012 00: 36
      +1

      It happened! Thanks to Lavrov.

      It happened, thanks to the people.
    2. Sandov
      Sandov 10 December 2012 19: 49
      +1
      Magadan,
      Quote: Magadan
      when Russia is on its knees and sucks an American dick. "

      Now amers will suck a member of the Chinese. wassat
  22. bart74
    bart74 9 December 2012 02: 31
    +1
    Truly, God grants the mind to those who want to create and think about the future, and not just whine about the past and sprinkle ashes on their heads. I will subscribe to each of these words!
  23. Shesternyack
    Shesternyack 9 December 2012 11: 06
    +2
    "... Russia with its literate, daring population ..."
    This is how it appears in the imagination: Lavrov comes to America to discuss issues, well, say, on Syria, voices Russia's opinion, and Clinton responds to him: "Uh, hey, boy, why are you so cocky?"
    But seriously, it will be oh, how difficult it is to realize the idea of ​​a polycentric world. Too many forces have been put in the West to establish liberal ideas in order to easily abandon them. And for some countries it is much preferable to be a hegemon in the world political arena than to spend time searching for solutions acceptable to all subjects of the global political process.
    1. Karabin
      Karabin 9 December 2012 12: 14
      +1
      Quote: Shesternyack
      Too many forces have been put in the West to establish liberal ideas in order to easily abandon them.


      It is now obvious that, while recognizing the market economy and democratic principles of state structure as the main channel of the historical process, the multiplicity of centers of power and influence presupposes a multiplicity of development models. "

      We are already deeply integrated into global processes and are determined to move along this path further.


      Two quotes from Lavrov. Does the concept of Russia's foreign policy provide for the rejection of liberal ideas? Rather, she supports these ideas, and determines the place of the country, embedding it, just in the liberal model created by the West.
  24. Normal
    Normal 9 December 2012 13: 38
    0
    If people are like most commentators, rule Putin before the Carrotkin conspiracy.
    We were offered "" Outlines of a new concept ... "Only outlines are not known what. And in response, a loud" Urya-ah-ah! "Yes, how many of them have already been? Concepts, platforms, programs and reforms. The purpose of these "concepts" is to demonstrate the visibility of activities, raise the rating, instill in the minds hope and confidence in the wisdom and patriotism of the leadership.
    And we don't need much, because we want to hope for the best. It doesn't matter that after half a year or a year no one will remember these "outlines of the concept", the momentary effect is important. Then the authorities will come up with new "outlines of a new concept" and everything will be repeated again.
    And only S_mirnov, Karadin, your humble servant, and even a few commentators will critically evaluate the next PR-action
  25. deman73
    deman73 9 December 2012 15: 28
    +1
    I won’t argue with anyone about any points. I personally like Lavrov’s speech, but personally, I would like our government to react more strongly to all kinds of intrigues against our state by our fellow citizens so that the state’s policy is clear to all citizens and that all countries know that Russia is not that country on which different pugs can yap well and I would like to see at the end that clear national idea of ​​the Russian state
  26. Zabvo
    Zabvo 9 December 2012 15: 32
    0
    Lavrov, a really literate man, knows how to put in place and at the same time he will explain why exactly he did. good
  27. Bekzat
    Bekzat 9 December 2012 17: 03
    +1
    I welcome everyone, this article, article + was very pleased. Lavrov handsome in one word, well done !!!
  28. igor.borov775
    igor.borov775 9 December 2012 17: 31
    +3
    Hello, REMEMBER 08 08 2008 Our president ranted on the box, flashed all day on August 9, I didn’t notice the real Commander-in-Chief there, As he said, it’s hard for him, Only in the evening they showed Putin in Ossetia and many rattled that he was at the Olympics, And he said quite otherwise clearly tough, And the Minister of Defense is a very good person sailed along the VOLGA vacation, Serdyukov is called, Everyone forgot, We have good brakes, they will do everything to wash everything
  29. uhjpysq
    uhjpysq 9 December 2012 18: 04
    0
    when the start of giving 30 dollars per ruble, then it will be possible to speak of a strong foreign polytechnic.
  30. 916-th
    916-th 9 December 2012 20: 10
    0
    Lavrov works in the foreign affairs department and, of course, he speaks about foreign policy. But a number of his theses can and certainly should be applicable in the domestic policy of state power. Otherwise, they may tell us: “First you realize all your beautiful words and phrases at your place, and then take them out to the world level!” As a matter of fact, Lavrov himself says this:
    ... a reversal in domestic politics and foreign policy is inextricably linked. And the fight against corruption as a way of decoupling from the dollar system simply cannot go unconnected with moving away from a unipolar world order to a multipolar one.

    But here it is not necessary, in my opinion, to perceive in the dollar system the main root of evil called "corruption". Corruption also has its own homegrown roots, which must be cut off, applying the principles that sound so good here in domestic politics:
    We are convinced that the basis for a common scale of values ​​can only be found in traditions that have been verified for millennia, a spiritual and moral denominator, ... including principles and concepts such as the pursuit of peace and justice, dignity, freedom and responsibility, honesty, mercy, hard work and morality.

    Equality, justice and openness - these are the key tenets of the future Concept of Russia's foreign policy. Justice is a key message of Russia throughout its life in the world community. The return of this principle as fundamental, the proclamation of it by Russia to the whole world in itself will be a huge breakthrough in international relations.

    These words, but the power elite in the ears ...
    1. Egen
      Egen 10 December 2012 16: 10
      0
      Quote: 916
      and, of course, that speaks about foreign policy

      Duc! "War is the continuation of politics by other means" (c) :) Ie. everything must be interconnected and coordinated - both external and internal, and the system of state defense ...
  31. WW3
    WW3 9 December 2012 20: 51
    +1
    It's time to change the vector of foreign policy to a tougher one in relation to amers in particular ... in this world they only reckon with the strong ones, they wipe their feet on wimps like a rag ....
    Lavrov +!
  32. Cadets
    Cadets 10 December 2012 17: 41
    +3
    In the UK, "Russia Today" has reached the third place in popularity.
    I really want to believe that this is so (I think they don’t show how we have a house-2 and other foolish filth). It is necessary to maximize the work in this direction! At present, the confrontation in the information war is the most important factor in strengthening Russia's defense capability!