Economist Khazin believes that the weakening United States can “reset” Eastern Europe to support Russia

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Economist Khazin believes that the weakening United States can “reset” Eastern Europe to support Russia

The United States today faces challenges that may be its biggest ever. history existence of this state. Moreover, in this case we are talking not only about the president, who is obviously not capable of governing the country, but is seeking a second term.

The main problem of the modern United States is its economy, which is already beginning to burst at the seams. The ex-hegemon's public debt has ballooned so much that its servicing is already taking on more than 13% of total budget expenditures.



In this situation, Washington, in order to stay afloat, must abandon its imperial habits and resort to one of the options for solving the problem - stimulating industrial growth or cutting costs. Moreover, while the first one looks extremely difficult for the United States, the second one is quite feasible.

Against this background, the hypothesis put forward by Russian economist Mikhail Khazin, who believes that the United States can “reset” Eastern Europe to support Russia, looks quite “viable.”

According to the expert, Washington no longer has enough money for the EU and NATO, and Eastern Europe is “extra ballast” for the Americans.

To get rid of the latter, according to Khazin, the United States can pull off one trick by persuading the authorities of the Baltic states, Poland, Finland and other countries to send their contingent to Western Ukraine. However, this mission will not receive a mandate from NATO.

As a result, when Russian missiles fly at the aforementioned troops, as our authorities promised, the United States and Western Europe will withdraw from their participation in this conflict. At the same time, Eastern Europe will be forced to enter into direct conflict with the Russian Federation.

Ultimately, as Khazin put it, after winning such a confrontation, we will have to support all these countries, freeing the Americans from this burden.

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  1. +2
    10 July 2024 12: 49
    Khazin is also an economist. like biden president
    1. +5
      10 July 2024 13: 33
      Khazin is also an economist. like biden president

      Well, actually, he is a mathematician by training.
      Worked in the State Planning Committee.
      In my opinion, such an economist is better than Egor Gaidar, but he is a solid DEN
    2. 0
      10 July 2024 13: 33
      Khazin is also an economist. like biden president
      He's more of a fantasist wink
    3. +1
      11 July 2024 13: 52
      In this situation, Washington, in order to stay afloat, must abandon its imperial habits and resort to one of the options for solving the problem - stimulating industrial growth or cutting costs.

      In this case, the UWB usually starts wars in Europe. And they clean up everything that was poorly nailed down on both sides of the conflict.
  2. +6
    10 July 2024 12: 56
    A weakening USA?) I’ve been hearing this story since childhood, as well as about the fact that the dollar has literally a couple of days left. In the meantime - the strongest economy and army in the World. And behind her is another weak “partner” in the person of China (which, like, only knows how to copy). Which calmly sits on the shore and waits for the passing body of Russia
    1. +1
      10 July 2024 13: 04
      Uh-uh... Isn't it possible to have at least some arguments for the world's strongest economy and army? what
      1. +5
        10 July 2024 13: 22
        World leading technologies in all areas. Advanced science tied to personality (invented, got rich). IT companies with a capitalization of several GDPs of Russian budgets. Export of technologies and goods to all countries of the world except dictatorships (and a little there too). Center for World Settlements. The space program is not on paper. 1000+ aircraft of the 5th generation only (this includes deliveries to NATO countries). 10+ floating airfields (aircraft carriers with 100 aircraft each and the same number of “landing” aircraft carriers). Automotive industry with a volume of millions of units per year.
        And also: minimal US assistance to Ukraine allowed the latter to resist Russia. Already 2,5 years. I repeat - minimal assistance from not the newest weapons. Which hints a little at the quality of these weapons. Continue?
        1. -2
          10 July 2024 13: 24
          Wow, how everything is running....

          I’ll ask just one question - what is the trade balance of the most advanced economy in the world? A country that permanently lives in debt, by definition, has no right to such a status.
          1. +1
            10 July 2024 20: 49
            It doesn't matter at all, because the US is never going to pay off this debt, and no one will ever dare demand the money back from the US.
        2. -1
          10 July 2024 17: 40
          What a shame to talk such nonsense, Mr. looher-on...
        3. -1
          10 July 2024 18: 58
          In the last 5 years, the most powerful economy in the world has been unable to produce and deliver 10 F-16 aircraft with advance payment from Bulgaria.
        4. +1
          10 July 2024 22: 44
          Everything is not as rosy as you described - there are a lot of aircraft carriers, but their maintenance costs fabulous money, and besides, they said that many women serve on them, and that on one of the aircraft carriers, 38 of them became pregnant.. - the aircraft carrier was laid up, mattress F-35s also cost incredible amounts of money, and besides, they are not as good as they say, the Americans also have big problems with Boeing, they never had hypersound, no matter what they say, their entire industry is located abroad, which even taxes are paid abroad, as a result - de facto, the USA does not have its own industry, and their beautiful green pieces of paper will soon be less in demand than toilet paper.. - continue?
          1. -1
            11 July 2024 06: 41
            And when the dollar becomes less in demand, the United States will create such economic chaos on the planet that everyone will gasp and say it’s better to let the dollar. China and I pay in national currencies.. But there is one big problem: we calculate national currencies at the dollar exchange rate. Draw conclusions.
            1. 0
              11 July 2024 07: 41
              Let's wait to draw conclusions - the Americans don't know what to tie their dollar to, first they tied it to gold, then to oil, and then what will they tie it to? - if they don’t have enough of their own oil and they buy it abroad, they also buy nuclear fuel from us, titanium, rare earth metals... And in general, the level of their secondary school education is much lower than ours with all our Unified State Examinations, so they have their own scientists there are very few of them and they prefer to hire scientists abroad, and therefore the degree of their stupidity is not from Zadornov’s monologues, but a fact, Alexander Nikonov wrote well about this in his book “The End of Feminism”, he himself is a scientific physicist and has given lectures in American and Canadian and European universities, so it’s extremely difficult to call him a fool.
        5. 0
          11 July 2024 06: 38
          In principle, everything is true, only it all rests on a piece of paper that was imposed on the entire planet. But of course this doesn’t make it any easier for us...
        6. 0
          12 July 2024 08: 37
          Continue?

          If we continue on the other side...
          US national debt - 35 trillion. $, not counting the household debt, which cannot be covered in any way: even by borrowing, or by printing new dollars. This means that the US lives on debt = at the expense of other countries. To put it simply: by robbing other countries. Those. everything that is listed above in the commentary was created through the robbery of peoples and states. But, sooner or later, the possibility of robbery will disappear. Then it will be possible to see and write here what the United States really is. It will be a rather unsightly picture.
          Anyone interested can look back in history and see what the hegemon turns into after its collapse.
          1. 0
            13 July 2024 19: 47
            That's it. Absolutely right.
  3. +5
    10 July 2024 12: 56
    In general, there is some sound grain... Well, we won. So, what is next? And then - we will get several former regions of territory 404, broken into rubbish, with shaky infrastructure, collapsed housing stock and a zero economy.. Plus - a wild depopulation of the working population. What are you supposed to do with all this happiness? Restore? What kind of shishi? Our own country, to put it mildly, is not in the best condition - oh, how could we find somewhere to spend this money! Income from these regions will come at best in 10 years. This is at best. Who will work? We ourselves, as stated, have a shortage of workers. Should we import Tajiks again? It would be easier to give them these lands right away. There are a lot of questions... Much more than sane answers.

    And so far, I haven’t heard anything from my beloved guarantor about any plans in this regard... What are you going to do? I would like to at least share it...
    1. 0
      10 July 2024 13: 44
      In general, there is some sound grain...

      Not that word.
      Look how carefully the GDP was eaten away piece by piece.
      Crimea, after 8 years of secret integration of the LDPR.
      And now the whole ruin will fall over the hump.
      I would like to at least share it...

      He won't share. I'm sure he doesn't know.
      Therefore, the idea is to take a bite out of Kherson and Zaporozhye and take a break for 10 years.

      Only the United States is not idiots, they understood this trick and will continue to fight.
      1. 0
        10 July 2024 14: 11
        And I keep telling them, well, like:
        There is no need to be afraid, brothers!
        And it’s nonsense that there is no passage,
        And you can’t enter without a report,
        And the only thing you need to be afraid of is
        Who will say: “I know how to do it!”
        Drive him away! Don't trust him!
        He's lying! He doesn't know how to do it!
    2. 0
      10 July 2024 20: 50
      Obviously no one will restore it. They simply organize military bases there along the perimeter of the border with NATO and that’s it.
    3. +1
      12 July 2024 09: 08
      I would like to at least share it...

      The question is really not idle. A little history.
      After the Second World War, when the destruction and degradation of the economy in the western territory was much greater than now, the USSR abolished cards already in 1947 - before Britain. Industrial production reached pre-war levels by 1950-51. And this despite the fact that the whole of Eastern Europe, together with East Germany, still hung like a heavy weight on the shoulders of the USSR.
      It can be argued that the economy of the USSR is incomparable to the economy of Russia, but the military destruction was also incomparable to the destruction that Ukraine is now undergoing. Especially considering that Russia does not tear entire cities and towns to smithereens, but tries, if possible, to minimize the destruction.
      On the issue of brain restoration. To understand, just look at East Germany, whose population, by no means, wants to vote for the 4th Reich. But in this territory it was all Germans with their brains turned upside down by fascist ideology.
      Another question: what to do with the Nazis = Banderlogs crippled in the war, who will remain on the territory of Ukraine: who will support them and with what kind of money?.. These bastards should not receive a pension in Russia.
  4. +2
    10 July 2024 13: 00
    Quote: paul3390
    Well, we won

    The United States does not want Russia’s victory or its defeat. It seems to me that this has been very noticeable over the past 2 years. A permanent war plays into their hands, just like everyone else in the world. Russia is weaker. Its disintegration into another 15 republics with atomic weapons will not happen. Ukraine is rearming with NATO equipment. Everyone earned money. Everyone is happy. Everyone is weakening, but not overseas.
    1. 0
      10 July 2024 13: 48
      Not certainly in that way

      Ukraine is rearming with NATO equipment.

      Yes, only on credit.

      Everyone is happy.

      The gay woman is not very happy, and a million corpses in 404 are not a reason for joy among Ukrainians.

      Russia is weaker

      So far the opposite.

      The United States wants neither Russia's victory nor its defeat.

      Yes, but this is not a strategy - they are just playing for time.
    2. 0
      11 July 2024 06: 45
      You are wrong to think that a country that is waging a war, and is clearly not a loser, is becoming weaker. Logically, it becomes stronger. The defense industry works in three shifts, and some institutions have started working... War is actually the engine of progress. If the country wins, after the war it will be many times stronger. An example for you is the USSR..
  5. +1
    10 July 2024 13: 05
    Khazin has been spouting such nonsense lately, if only he could turn on his brain for a while, and the flight time of missiles to St. Petersburg costs nothing, at least?
    1. +1
      10 July 2024 13: 18
      The flight time of missiles to St. Petersburg costs nothing, at least? What difference does +10-15 minutes make?
      Or do you think that it takes much longer to fly from the Baltic states?
      1. -2
        10 July 2024 13: 49
        Or do you think that it takes much longer to fly from the Baltic states?

        He doesn’t think at all, he writes slogans.
        And so the difference is a minute and a half.
        10 is from Prussia to Moscow.
        Moreover, this time is spent on ACCELERATION, otherwise it takes 5 minutes to fly.
  6. +2
    10 July 2024 13: 06
    Quote: paul3390
    Uh-uh... Isn't it possible to have at least some arguments for the world's strongest economy and army?

    Do you read economic analytics or do you only get information from TV? What about analytics on conversion weapons? Preferably in English or Chinese because there are no powerful analytics in the native language for about 10 years. Only propaganda
  7. +3
    10 July 2024 13: 17
    "The USA doesn't have enough money..." very funny. They will turn on the machine and print another couple of hundred billion for Europe.
  8. +2
    10 July 2024 13: 19
    About 15 years ago, Khazin argued that the pin on the Tan dollar was kerdyk, but that’s how it all turned out. Mattresses don't support anyone for free - that's it. And they are, as before, the most powerful economy in the world, no matter what they say about a soap bubble and a paper economy not backed by goods - that’s two. It’s just that the dudes were resting on their laurels after the collapse of the Union, and the situation began to change. And don’t forget the great phrase from Brother 2 - Everything is simple here, except money. Pin dos dances make money in Eastern Europe, as well as in Western Europe. To put it simply, old Europe contains the Balts, Poles and other riffraff, and America sells them weapons.
    1. -1
      11 July 2024 06: 47
      It’s a soap bubble, the point is that they won’t let it burst. Since everyone understands perfectly well, dump the dollar, an economic crisis on a universal scale will begin on the planet..
  9. 0
    10 July 2024 13: 24
    Ultimately, as Khazin put it, after winning such a confrontation, we will have to support all these countries, freeing the Americans from this burden.

    I cannot trace the logical chain of events for Khazin, in which our victory over the countries of Eastern Europe will oblige us to support them.
    What could happen - hypothetically - for us to hang a collar around our necks by recreating CMEA-2 in the current realities? recourse
    1. +1
      10 July 2024 14: 07
      which our victory over the countries of Eastern Europe will oblige us to support. whoever dines a girl dances her. If after the victory we don’t feed them, they will run away to someone else. AND CASH the population will support this...
      As soon as we stopped feeding the CMEA, they immediately ran away within a year.
      1. 0
        10 July 2024 14: 15
        If after the victory we don’t feed them, they will run away to someone else. And THEIR population will support this....
        As soon as we stopped feeding the CMEA, they immediately ran away within a year.

        And what is the conclusion from this?
        Things got bad in the CMEA - they defected to the EU. Things got bad in the EU - they defected to CMEA-2.
        Well, let’s say you can understand the parasites, they need somewhere to eat so that their pants have something to hold on, but for the benefactors in the form of the USSR, Germany, France or the same Great Britain, what joy is there in this ballast, besides the significant and exorbitant costs? request
        1. 0
          10 July 2024 14: 17
          USSR, Germany, France or the same Great Britain - ask the leaders of these states - why do they need parasites, and even almost fight for them.....
          1. +1
            10 July 2024 14: 35
            USSR, Germany, France or the same Great Britain - ask the leaders of these states - why do they need parasites, and even almost fight for them.....

            It’s difficult for me to ask those who are no longer in this world or who are no longer friends with their heads, being retired.
            Try to answer. I still don’t see the point in Russia keeping parasites; frankly speaking, we have no time for them.
        2. 0
          10 July 2024 20: 52
          A buffer against enemies, bases for bombers or missiles, and extra cannon fodder in case of war.
  10. 0
    10 July 2024 13: 25
    Quote: paul3390
    Wow, how everything is running....

    I’ll ask just one question - what is the trade balance of the most advanced economy in the world?

    Wow, how everything is running. If the United States asks the world to repay its debts, its balance will become positive within a week. Plus, the world uses and trusts exclusively dollars and not rubles. So the balance during the machine is fixable (I’m exaggerating)
    1. +2
      10 July 2024 13: 52
      Quote: looker-on
      Wow, how everything is running. If the United States asks the world to repay its debts, its balance will become positive within a week.

      Is everything running on yours or theirs? Can it be in numbers? Otherwise, I’m naive and believe our propaganda, where they write that “the United States lent issuers about 5 trillion dollars,” and they owe more than 33? recourse
      Somehow your statements do not conflict with accounting....
    2. 0
      10 July 2024 13: 57
      Wow, how everything is running.

      Wow, how everything is running.
      On what basis will the United States ask for debt repayment?
      What does the trade balance and debt have to do with it?
      trade balance - balance,
      reflecting the ratio of the value of goods exported from the country (export) and the value of goods imported into it (import),


      Whether you collect debts, whether you repay them, or even get into them yourself, they have nothing to do with the trade balance.

      And also wrote
      Do you read economic analytics or do you only get information from TV?

      It’s not enough to read, you also need to understand what is written.
      First, learn the definitions.
      Great economist.
  11. -2
    10 July 2024 13: 29
    Quote: paul3390
    Our own country, to put it mildly, is not in the best condition

    Or maybe this is where we should have started? From your country and your problems
  12. +2
    10 July 2024 13: 31
    Strange... Why are we going to support them, and not they to compensate us for the damage?? And secondly, the FSA will also owe it like the rest of Europe. Something doesn’t add up for Khazin. To put it simply, why does a goat need such a button accordion?
    1. +2
      10 July 2024 14: 15
      Why are we going to support them, and not they to compensate us for the damage?? because there will be nothing to take from them...
  13. 0
    10 July 2024 13: 32
    Khazin seems to be a smart guy, but sometimes he talks about such utter nonsense that it’s just terrifying
  14. 0
    10 July 2024 13: 36
    Quote: credo
    in which our victory over the countries of Eastern Europe will oblige us to support them

    Over countries??? It doesn’t work with one
  15. +1
    10 July 2024 13: 39
    Quote: your1970
    What difference does +10-15 minutes make?
    Or do you think that it takes much longer to fly from the Baltic states?

    It has always been like this) And also - NATO has never been as close to us as in the last 2 years. And one could assume that they had been preparing for this infection for a long time, but the fact that they don’t have shells and won’t have them until at least 25 (they’re just uncovering the military-industrial complex) says otherwise
  16. 0
    10 July 2024 13: 41
    It's crap, the United States has already made Europe a financial appendage, resources are being sold to them at exorbitant prices, production is being transferred to its territory.
    One thing is not clear: if Europe does not produce anything, then where will it get the money to pay for everything from the United States, because resources in Europe are also scarce, and what they have is “not environmentally friendly.”
  17. +1
    10 July 2024 13: 49
    Quote: 75Sergey
    One thing is not clear: if Europe does not produce anything, then where will it get the money to pay for everything from the United States, because resources in Europe are also scarce, and what they have is “not environmentally friendly.”

    In fact, the overall GDP of the EU exceeds that of the USA. And everything is ok with technology. Have you ridden Sapsan? This is Siemens. And so for a very long time on the list around you
    1. -2
      10 July 2024 14: 05
      In fact, the overall GDP of the EU exceeds that of the USA.

      WHAT? Quite an economist.
      EU GDP 2022 - $17,2 trillion
      US GDP 2022 - $25,46 trillion
  18. +1
    10 July 2024 13: 51
    That his forecasts are as empty as dominoes.
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    1. -3
      10 July 2024 14: 21
      that is, fight for another 10 years?

      No. You are no more a sociologist than an economist.

      For every one fighting at the front in the modern world, there should be about 5 in the rear.
      Taking into account the demographic situation (children, the elderly, the sick) in Ukraine, the mobresource was calculated with an accuracy of 2 percent
      and is 10-12% of 25 million.
      That is, they will be enough for another 2 years, but the qualitative and quantitative composition will be poor.
      Then collapse.

      No one will go to Poland without nuclear weapons, and why?
      The Poles will be happy to finish off the Khokhols and return the original Polish lands.
      Pay attention to the Russians, the Poles have no territorial claims.

      Extinctions will die out on their own. Why should we fight them?

      Everything else is your liberal nonsense. Keep my weighty minus for him.
  20. 0
    10 July 2024 13: 59
    Quote: ian
    Can it be in numbers?

    Come on!
    I’m all in the pictures. Or do you want to beat America with their own dollar?) It won’t work
  21. +1
    10 July 2024 14: 09
    Quote: bk316
    WHAT? Quite an economist.

    Horror! They caught me - I was wrong. But since you are an economist, can you voice Russia’s share in world GDP? Be a man)

    Here is the old data. Russia is in the very center to the right. Well, how do you order them to “bend over” and release? Not in numbers, not in money, not in technology, not in allies - but in skill?
    1. -1
      10 July 2024 14: 25
      But since you are an economist, maybe you can voice the share

      I am not an economist, like Khazin, I am a mathematician. laughing
      I just don't like talkers.

      And you are simply babbling enchantingly.
      To lie about 40 million Khokhlyatsky mobile reserves - even TsIPSO didn’t think of that.

      If you drown for your enemies, do it correctly.
      Fake throwers have nothing to do on VO.
      1. +1
        10 July 2024 14: 31
        I am not an economist, like Khazin, I am a mathematician. laughing

        As a mathematician, tell me what you think about the balance of power and money in the world

        Quote: bk316
        If you drown for your enemies, do it correctly.

        I???I ask questions about my country. I don’t understand how to fight when the GDP of the Motherland is several percent of the enemy.

        Quote: bk316
        Fake throwers have nothing to do on VO.

        I agree completely. It’s time to stop with the mischief and lies! But I don’t understand how to help the editors not to publish articles in which there is only water and hurray urya
        1. 0
          10 July 2024 19: 11
          I don’t understand how to fight when the GDP of the Motherland is several percent of the enemy.

          I would explain, but you're not really interested.
          In short, lawyers and securities have a small TNT equivalent. belay

          Besides, you need to learn a little arithmetic first. Otherwise, your mob potential 404 turns out to be 30 million. With 10 times the same mistakes, you won't get far.
  22. 0
    10 July 2024 14: 42
    Quote: bk316
    Everything else is your liberal nonsense. Keep my weighty minus for him.

    Clear. Thank you for your proletarian minus. I have a calm attitude towards this. As for the rest, one can clearly explain to an immature mind how it turns out that already a million (apparently soldiers?) of the enemy have been destroyed. We have almost no losses (according to the General Staff). The enemy’s equipment has been destroyed piece by piece several times already (according to the General Staff), but the war is still going on and in your opinion it has only just passed half (and then there will be the underground and partisans)? What is stopping you and what will happen after the victory? Another war or peace? What do you think - very interesting.
  23. 0
    10 July 2024 14: 49
    Quote: bk316
    Lie about 40 million Khokhlyatsky mobile reserves

    Maybe you will read more carefully? And will you be more polite or is this unnecessary? I didn’t write about mobile reserves. I wrote about the country’s population (from 40 million, taking into account those who left the war (for them. We don’t have a war - we have a Northern Military District)
    1. 0
      11 July 2024 15: 36
      I wrote about the country’s population (from 40 million, including those who left the war

      No you
      1. They said that the population is 40 Lyams. At the same time, they did not take into account that the 40 lyams include not only those who left, but also the CRIMEA + DPR + LPR + natural decline + those killed. Consensus gives about 20 lyams.
      2. You estimated the possibilities (this is the mob reserve) of mobilization at 70% of the population and with partisans and 100%


      That is, even if more than 100% of those who fled to Europe are returned.
      That is, you wrote nonsense.
      And I will call stupidity stupidity, politeness has nothing to do with it.
      Of course, there is still respect, but it must be earned, that’s how the community works.
  24. -1
    10 July 2024 14: 51
    Quote: credo
    I still don’t see the point in Russia keeping parasites; frankly speaking, we have no time for them.

    What do you mean? Can’t subsidized regions be called parasites? I don’t quite keep up with the party line, but they don’t seem to scold me for it yet
    1. 0
      11 July 2024 15: 43
      Can't subsidized regions be called parasites?

      And again they wrote nonsense. Do you want respect?
      Subsidized regions can be freeloaders or investment sites.
      Well, I’m not even talking about the fact that a subsidized region in the sense of our economy may not be subsidized at all. Think about where oil is produced and where taxes are paid.
  25. UAT
    0
    10 July 2024 18: 14
    Khazin, according to my observations, always said reasonable things. But here it is complete nonsense. Since when do states support the EU and NATO? Yes, the military budget of the states is the largest in NATO, but their military-industrial complex has been selling its products to the entire nation for a long time not at a discount, but at a premium. The EU has always supported itself. Thus, the initial premise of speculativeness is not worth a damn. And finally, three-balts. After all, there are fewer of them than migrants who came to Europe. And Europe is not worried.
  26. 0
    10 July 2024 20: 54
    In practice, the United States is in no hurry to withdraw bases from Eastern Europe, but rather is deploying more troops there.

    And Eastern Europe as a whole is not unprofitable. It is enough to compare the GDP of the Russian Federation and the Warsaw Pact, and then compare their borders...
  27. +1
    11 July 2024 10: 25
    Khazin dived into the water again.
    How can they drop them on us if we don’t take them?
    Let's look at the history of the issue. 1945, the US plans to strangle Europe and eliminate its competitor. Churchill delivers the Fulton speech. Russophobia is the only justification for the existence of England in the eyes of the States. Bloc thinking is being formed, England and Germany are the bastions of the free world, and they are being pumped up. Japan and Korea then developed in a similar way.
    After the collapse of the USSR, Germany was no longer needed - they moved on to pumping up Poland. Now the pro-Balts, Finns and Ukrainians have taken up the baton. Their only source of existence is the help of the West, and other than Russophobia they have nothing to pay for this help.
    .
    The most important aspect of this trend was the political power of the United States over the limitrophes. Where it was not possible to seize power, the States did not invest money there.
    .
    Let's look at us.
    We have been investing in a free Ukraine for decades. We got into a war with her.
    We have invested in Europe, Libya, Iraq... at least $2 trillion. Everywhere these investments are devalued or taken away by POLITICAL, non-economic methods.

    Conclusion. You can invest only on your own sovereign territory or where our puppet regimes rule. These regimes must defend their power and our interests with the most brutal cruelty, and we must support them in this. Ukraine is here as a model. Everything that the United States allows the Banderaites, we must allow our allies too.
    You can figure out the situation regarding the GDR, Poland, Romania in the late 80s yourself.
    .
    Now to the topic of the article? Will we have political power over Europe? No! Why should we invest there then? Why do we need to keep Amer's minions?
    Khazin here is like Yakovlev under Gorbachev: he introduces false ideas that are useful only to the amers.
  28. 0
    11 July 2024 13: 53
    What a talker this Khazin is. What does he even do?
  29. 0
    11 July 2024 13: 55
    Feed the hordes of God knows what kind of gender-urodophiles! By yourself, now only by yourself.
  30. 0
    11 July 2024 19: 01
    Or you may not contain it. It is enough to turn these countries into deserted ruins.
  31. 0
    13 July 2024 13: 33
    None of this economist's assumptions have yet come true.