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"The New York Times": An increase in the military power of Russia

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American newspaper "The New York Times" came out with the material, which states that in recent years Russia has significantly strengthened its military potential. According to American journalists, this allowed Russia to establish itself in the international arena, and so swiftly as it had not happened since the days of the Cold War. At the same time, the NYT seems to make it clear to its reader that it is precisely the strengthening of Russia's military might that is a “problem,” since it “causes concern to the West.”


"The New York Times": An increase in the military power of Russia


It turns out that Western journalists actually formulate the thesis that a strong Russia does not correspond to Western interests. The message is that as soon as Russia strengthens its influence in the international arena, this automatically leads to the beginning of the Cold War. But maybe the matter is still not in Russia, but in relation to Russia of those who so want to see our country crawling on their knees? ..

The material of the American edition says that Russia is rapidly reducing its military-technical lag behind the West, in some aspects even surpasses the NATO potential. One of these areas is the Arctic. "The New York Times" informs its readers that Russia is building Arctic military bases, "demonstrating the strengthening in the region."

The material of the American newspaper on the strengthening of Russia's military power was briefly commented on his microblog by the Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin:
Straight balm for the soul.
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  1. Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith 25 December 2015 13: 51
    23
    Suddenly! Now the Pentagon will read this article and also confirm this statement.
    We used to think that they were mocking us. And I think there are no longer those personnel who worked against the Union. wassat
    1. sever.56
      sever.56 25 December 2015 13: 57
      53
      http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2015/726/sokm571.png
      1. krot
        krot 25 December 2015 14: 13
        20
        I respect Rogozin for patriotism!
        1. aba
          aba 25 December 2015 15: 15
          +3
          He wouldn’t be bothered to learn from Lavrov - sometimes with his remarks he looks like a first-grader-dropout, albeit a patriot.
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          2. Pilot
            Pilot 25 December 2015 15: 55
            +3
            Quote: aba
            Rogozin is a patriot.

            This, yes!
          3. smart Fox
            smart Fox 26 December 2015 19: 40
            -10 qualifying.
            But Lavrov, with his "D ..., b ... b", is a genius of diplomacy !!!
        2. Pilot
          Pilot 25 December 2015 15: 53
          -4
          Quote: krot
          I respect Rogozin

          Balamut, he is.
          1. Ural resident
            Ural resident 25 December 2015 17: 23
            -1
            You at least study Rogozin's past - what he said and did until he was sent as a commissar to NATO - and you will find out what a patriot he is. Rather just a narcissistic "big kid"
        3. iouris
          iouris 26 December 2015 00: 57
          -2
          Yes, a good specialty. And, by the way, a relative of the Minister of Education.
      2. cniza
        cniza 25 December 2015 16: 39
        +3
        It turns out that Western journalists actually formulate the thesis that a strong Russia does not correspond to Western interests.


        We have them like a bone in the throat, nothing will twitch, we will become a noose around the neck.
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    2. 79807420129
      79807420129 25 December 2015 14: 03
      17
      You’re right, Vladyka, they were much smarter than those present, they have only fingers, and exclusivity from the ass sings, but you shouldn’t underestimate these, they are capable of many dirty tricks. hi
      1. Sterlya
        Sterlya 25 December 2015 14: 32
        +4
        I get it that way. In the world of Naglosak and Russia. The rest are watching. Attach.
        1. Diana Ilyina
          Diana Ilyina 25 December 2015 14: 49
          12
          Quote: Sterlya
          I get it that way. In the world of Naglosak and Russia. The rest are watching. Attach.


          And it always has been like that ?! It was the Anglo-Saxons against Russia, as it has been since pre-Petrine times, probably since Ivan the Terrible! It’s just that the Anglo-Saxons always set up others, Swedes, Turks, Poles, French, Germans, Japanese, Asians, and now there is nobody left, we have to! And we are very scared, because the story there probably is still not being studied according to the textbooks of the Great Dukes!
          1. novobranets
            novobranets 25 December 2015 15: 16
            22
            Quote: Diana Ilyina
            And it always has been

            Times go by, enemies do not change ... At least some stability. laughing:
        2. cniza
          cniza 25 December 2015 16: 41
          +5
          Quote: Sterlya
          I get it that way. In the world of Naglosak and Russia. The rest are watching. Attach.


          The rest are reptiles.
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      2. Siberian1965
        Siberian1965 25 December 2015 15: 27
        +3
        I agree, they are even more dangerous, like a monkey with a grenade, id..t driving. Now a generation that doesn’t get a munchboard steers, does not know what kind of blood it tastes like. We played d..la in computer shooters, and now they rule the country with nuclear pershing and tomahawks.
    3. Horst78
      Horst78 25 December 2015 14: 06
      11
      Quote: Sith Lord
      Lord of the Sith (2) SU Today, 13: 51 New

      Suddenly! Now the Pentagon will read this article and also confirm this statement.
      We used to think that they were mocking us. And I think there are no longer those personnel who worked against the Union. wassat
      The shortage of personnel is evident. There are no those in the "Russian department" who really know Us. All sorts of "graduate students" theorists (possibly trained on the films of gggoolivwood). Already in the 90s, real pros were etched in the USA, who were replaced by all sorts of "psaki" and Co. It's even a pity that there is no adequate rival sad One "Stratfor" remained.
      1. alexander 2
        alexander 2 25 December 2015 14: 40
        +9
        We have, albeit to a lesser extent, the same thing. Moreover, there is a shortage of personnel in all areas, and not only in foreign policy. It's not all that bad there. Therefore, it is necessary to raise the level of education at least to the Soviet level, and most importantly, fresh personnel are needed, otherwise the so-called "Social elevators" do not work for us. It was not for nothing that Stalin said: “Cadres decide everything,” and he, no doubt, was an intelligent person.
    4. marlin1203
      marlin1203 25 December 2015 14: 22
      +3
      The emerging balance of power, apart from our efforts, became possible largely due to the miscalculations of the United States itself. We were buried too early and for too long they drove the "natives" around the world. And now they cannot quickly assemble a grouping of more than 100 thousand in one place and a number of directions in armament and military equipment have been missed. It's your own fault.
    5. Denis Obukhov
      Denis Obukhov 25 December 2015 14: 47
      +4
      Russia significantly enhances its power, which leads to a cooling in relations with the West, the American newspaper The New York Times reports
      Those. The West maintains "warm" relations only with frail and weak Russia. The West does not need a strong Russia. Why did it happen?
      1. varov14
        varov14 25 December 2015 15: 06
        +1
        The dairy cow suddenly had horns, and if the udder dries up, this is where the khan will be. Sex change, rebirth.
        1. MIKHALYCH1
          MIKHALYCH1 25 December 2015 15: 58
          +3
          One of these areas is the Arctic. The New York Times informs its readers that Russia is building Arctic military bases, "demonstrating strengthening in the region."

          Look at an interesting map ... hi We are strengthening the Arctic at an accelerated pace! Although in all areas of the problem ...
          1. remy
            remy 26 December 2015 01: 49
            0
            Tiksi is not necessary to shift much to the right. a bit inaccurate map. although sketchy.
      2. iouris
        iouris 26 December 2015 00: 58
        +1
        Stalin said: "If the enemy praises us, something goes wrong."
        1. SPQR1977
          SPQR1977 27 December 2015 20: 11
          0
          In the late 30s, the USSR was also "praised" for its rapid rearmament. The result of the war ...
    6. Kunar
      Kunar 26 December 2015 22: 02
      0
      well, berets laced .... And then what?
  2. avvg
    avvg 25 December 2015 13: 52
    +8
    These were Russian surprises for NATO, which they did not expect.
    1. subbtin.725
      subbtin.725 25 December 2015 14: 03
      10
      Dmitry Rogozin:
      Straight balm for the soul.

      Rogozin, does not change himself, as always, will not miss the opportunity to touch the West.
      1. Belousov
        Belousov 25 December 2015 14: 12
        -7
        It would be better if he had spent his time on the construction of the Vostochny cosmodrome. How many times did the vest on the chest vomit that everything will be delivered on time? Result? Sour patriot ...
        1. Stirbjorn
          Stirbjorn 25 December 2015 18: 24
          +1
          Yeah, and with import substitution. 2 years have almost passed - where are the ready-made engines for ships under construction? This is not a typewriter tweeter print.
        2. Dewa1s
          Dewa1s 28 December 2015 07: 45
          -2
          Is the patriot himself not fermented?
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  3. 1976AG
    1976AG 25 December 2015 13: 55
    +9
    What is the message about the strengthening of Russia's power in the Western press? And the first statements came after the return of Crimea to Russia (around that time). They have nothing to write about? New information is zero.
  4. Siga77
    Siga77 25 December 2015 13: 55
    +5
    To mattresses only now it dawned! Bureaucracy, however ...
  5. Woodman
    Woodman 25 December 2015 13: 59
    +6
    A strong army in Russia is the guarantee of equal relations with Western partners! In another they simply do not understand ...
  6. aleks. 1986
    aleks. 1986 25 December 2015 13: 59
    +6
    Russia and its people have no other choice. We are forced to spend enormous amounts of money on the defense industry, to the detriment of education, healthcare, and science — even I with purely liberal views understand this. In the world, only power is respected. This must be understood.
  7. Dr. Barmaley
    Dr. Barmaley 25 December 2015 14: 00
    +7
    Strengthening Russia's military power is a "problem", as it "raises concerns of the West."


    American military experts believe that the main problem in organizing the confrontation with the Russians is the ambiguity of the Russian language. For example, Russians promise to "provide a vagina," but instead for some reason jump into a fight. That is why the Western military, misled about the intentions of the Russians, cannot react correctly.

    Here is such a clumsy joke. Figured it out myself.
    1. ydjin
      ydjin 25 December 2015 14: 17
      +1
      Quote: Dr. Barmaley


      American military experts believe that the main problem in organizing the confrontation with the Russians is the ambiguity of the Russian language. For example, Russians promise to "provide a vagina," but instead for some reason jump into a fight. That is why the Western military, misled about the intentions of the Russians, cannot react correctly.

      Here is such a clumsy joke. Figured it out myself.

      Dr. Barmaley, big + to you, rhetorical anecdote laughing good
    2. avia1991
      avia1991 25 December 2015 14: 19
      +1
      Quote: Dr. Barmaley
      For example, Russians promise to "provide a vagina," but instead for some reason jump into a fight.

      laughing laughing laughing Misled, you know! crying laughing !
      Quote: Dr. Barmaley
      Here is such a clumsy joke. Figured it out myself

      good Here is another confirmation of why they will not defeat us! With our language, our people can always enter them into a stupor! As Zadornov says: "The program crashes - and that's it, they don't know what to do!"
  8. lunoxod
    lunoxod 25 December 2015 14: 00
    +2
    Well. And then we all have plywood, everything is rusty, nothing works. The caliber was launched by state, but they did not fly and fell somewhere in Syria - a joke.
    Figs you guys Americans. Fear us.
  9. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 25 December 2015 14: 03
    -1
    And they don’t even know in the State Department! Wretched, what!
  10. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 25 December 2015 14: 03
    +2
    Russia will build its armed forces not to please Western "analysts", but with the aim of mastering situations around the world. Syria perfectly demonstrates which direction needs to be raised, and all this is happening rapidly. "Western analysts" will only have to contemplate and babble, comforting themselves.
  11. L. A. A.
    L. A. A. 25 December 2015 14: 09
    0
    No military construction in the state is possible if it has not formulated views on what tasks the Armed Forces (AF) have to solve, i.e. what type of war and with what enemy (opponents) the armed forces should be ready.
    For example, a long-term program for the construction of the armed forces of China involves the formation of an armed forces capable of "winning a war of any scale and duration using all means and methods of warfare."
    1. TiGRoO
      TiGRoO 25 December 2015 17: 01
      0
      That's just, the Chinese Armed Forces (PLA) are not raking comic * squeals if they decide to fight with us. Whatever the doctrine, it is not as important as the real capabilities of the army. We are able to defeat the United States and even all of NATO and China (if suddenly they have a completely different situation), any enemy, with one main condition, if the war is popular, and not oligarchic, many will not die for the money of Chubais and their ilk, but for the homeland from the attacker (whose goal is the destruction-enslavement of us) of the enemy, yes, he will be more.
  12. Stalingrad
    Stalingrad 25 December 2015 14: 09
    +3
    The military power of Russia is being improved and strengthened thanks to the anti-Russian policy of our Western "partners".
  13. DobryAAH
    DobryAAH 25 December 2015 14: 10
    0
    They sing to us about increasing power and climb us in all directions. Ukraine, CA, Transcaucasia. It would be better not to praise and climb.
  14. yuriy55
    yuriy55 25 December 2015 14: 10
    +3
    "The New York Times": An increase in the military power of Russia


    Despite all the efforts and the export of capital from Russia, smart people found the money and reanimated the defense industry. This is surprising for the American media, and full satisfaction for the Russian people ...

    How are u Boney M:
    Oh, those Russians (Oh, these Russians ...) wink
  15. Nikolay71
    Nikolay71 25 December 2015 14: 11
    +2
    They like to scare themselves with Russia.
  16. Dezinto
    Dezinto 25 December 2015 14: 12
    +1
    Captains evidence
  17. avia1991
    avia1991 25 December 2015 14: 14
    +2
    it is the strengthening of Russia's military power that is the "problem", as it "causes concern for the West."
    It is much more pleasant to hear the expression of "concerns" from foreign politicians than from their own, in response to the actions of the West! good
    The New York Times "informs its readers that Russia is building Arctic military bases," showing a strengthening in the region
    And, damn it, again the same claim! Are we building them on your territory ?! am Count your bases before speaking!
  18. Ros 56
    Ros 56 25 December 2015 14: 15
    +3
    And do not give a damn to the Americans to poke their nose where the head does not go, there will be no concern. As for their interests, they somehow seem to us ... we are more concerned about our interests and our security.
  19. wasjasibirjac
    wasjasibirjac 25 December 2015 14: 18
    +2
    The American newspaper The New York Times came out with material saying that in recent years Russia has significantly strengthened its military potential.
    I won’t be surprised if an article soon appears demanding that more money be given to the U.S. Army to protect Russia's military strength. US elections are coming soon, however ...
  20. strelok581
    strelok581 25 December 2015 14: 18
    +2
    The crown of all this will be the base in Cuba.
    1. Ros 56
      Ros 56 25 December 2015 18: 28
      0
      Strongly disagree, Cuba is the preparatory phase, and the crown is Kirdyk am.
  21. Coconut Tima
    Coconut Tima 25 December 2015 14: 20
    +1
    The New York Times informs its readers that Russia is building Arctic military bases, "demonstrating strengthening in the region."
    Infographics: Arctic den of Russian bears
  22. Luga
    Luga 25 December 2015 14: 25
    +1
    "The material of the American edition says that Russia is rapidly reducing its military-technical lag behind the West, in some aspects even surpassing NATO's potential."

    In general, it "reduces the lag," and is superior only "in some aspects." The most sober and realistic assessment of Russia's military potential, in my opinion. True, the word "swiftly" is very encouraging.

    For some reason, this publication does not cause me to be rejected, they say, Russia is ahead of the rest, it is necessary to catch up, but in fact it's just an excuse to beg for money. We still have to catch up with them and catch up on military potential, we have more or less equal opportunities for large missiles, otherwise we are lagging behind, although we are reducing them.

    I'm curious, but the readers of this, without irony, a serious publication (NYT) know how much money Russia spends on war, how much the United States, how much NATO, how many people "under arms" in Russia, how much in the United States, how much in NATO, how much bases around the world in Russia, as many as the United States and NATO ...
    1. cap
      cap 25 December 2015 16: 21
      +1
      Quote: Luga
      I'm curious, but the readers of this, without irony, a serious publication (NYT) know how much money Russia spends on war, how much the United States, how much NATO, how many people "under arms" in Russia, how much in the United States, how much in NATO, how much bases around the world in Russia, as many as the United States and NATO ...


      Russian President Vladimir Putin met with heads of major Russian and state-owned companies, including Vladimir Potanin (Interros), Oleg Deripaska (Basic Element), Viktor Vekselberg (Renova), Alexey Miller (Gazprom) and Igor Sechin (Rosneft), Director General of Kaspersky Lab Evgeny Kaspersky.

      This is not a complete list. But I think there will be enough money for the first time laughing
      I will not say anything about everyone, but the last title of E. Kaspersky before his dismissal from the authorities is "Lieutenant Colonel" hi
      For your information:
      According to Bloomberg, Kaspersky sometimes goes to the bathhouse with acquaintances, among whom there are employees of Russian special services. Without denying this fact, the programmer explained that in the fight against cybercrime, his company cooperates with many special services of different countries and sometimes communication continues in a more informal setting.
      In 2011, Forbes Magazine estimated Kaspersky’s personal fortune at $ 800 million. In 2013, the CEO’s magazine estimated his fortune at $ 1 billion.
      With the exception of Kaspersky Lab shares, Eugene does not have significant investments: “I have a company, an apartment in Moscow and a BMW car. But apart from this, I have nothing else ”
      You asked i answered hi .
  23. Bort radist
    Bort radist 25 December 2015 14: 27
    +4
    They said - "Do not wake up, dashing ..."
    One of the deepest features of the Russian spirit is that it is very difficult to move us, but since we have moved, we reach everything in good and evil, in truth and falsehood, in wisdom and madness to the extreme.
    D. Merezhkovsky
  24. gla172
    gla172 25 December 2015 14: 31
    -2
    "" "" "" "" "" "" "" & q
    uot; "" Russia is rapidly reducing its military-technical lag behind the West, "" "" "" "

    Was it really there? In Soviet times, such a backlog was made that they still cannot ruin and plunder ... and current developments are presented as new items, but in fact everything is "Sovok" ...
  25. vell.65
    vell.65 25 December 2015 14: 31
    0
    In Russia there is someone to grovel in the West, and we with a bear bias will live our minds.
  26. L. A. A.
    L. A. A. 25 December 2015 14: 46
    0
    And in the Russian program for the construction of the armed forces, views are formulated on what tasks the Armed Forces have to solve, i.e. What type of war and with what enemy (opponents) should the armed forces be ready to fight?
  27. Stalingrad
    Stalingrad 25 December 2015 14: 54
    +1
    Do not want to feed your army, you will feed someone else's. Only fear is power. DOES NOT HAPPEN differently !!!
  28. anfil
    anfil 25 December 2015 14: 57
    0
    The aircraft received complexes that turn the Su-34 bomber into an electronic warfare aircraft

    MOSCOW, December 25 - RIA Novosti. Concern Radioelectronic Technologies (KRET, part of Rostec) handed over to the Russian Defense Ministry the first batch of build-up electronic warfare (EW) containers for Su-34 bombers, which turn them into special EW aircraft, withaids provide protection to entire aviation groups, said on Friday RIA Novosti the first deputy director of KRET Igor Nasenkov.

    All Su-34 aircraft transferred to the RF Aerospace Forces are equipped with the KRET multifunctional electronic warfare system "Khibiny", which is responsible for individual protection. It significantly increases the survivability of the aircraft itself, but is not designed to cover air groups.
  29. HAM
    HAM 25 December 2015 14: 58
    +2
    I am interested in the following question: IF WE HAVE SUCH A MILITARY BUDGET LIKE THE US? I think there would be no "concern", there would be a stupor, a complete stupor ... well, you understand ...
  30. Skifotavr
    Skifotavr 25 December 2015 15: 16
    +1
    The "partners" have long understood that the praise of Russia's military might is a balm for the soul of its leadership - that is why they do not skimp on compliments. And they make their own plans.
    1. RUSIVAN
      RUSIVAN 25 December 2015 15: 33
      +3
      They don’t know anything about us ... but they’re making their own plans ... but don’t we building them, or someone from the Russian Ministry of Defense told you that we caught up with the United States, you can relax, IF YOU understand the trick of the eulogies of the West, then don’t you think that they don’t know this in the Ministry of War, or do you consider yourself particularly smart.
      1. Skifotavr
        Skifotavr 25 December 2015 16: 12
        0
        Well, now I understand that to your level of mind I still have to develop and develop ...
  31. Rossiyanin
    Rossiyanin 25 December 2015 16: 00
    +1
    Quote: Pilot
    Quote: krot
    I respect Rogozin

    Balamut, he is.

    He is not a balamut !!!
  32. Dimon19661
    Dimon19661 25 December 2015 17: 17
    +2
    For sofa experts, the article is a balm for the soul, that's just why no one talks about increasing the power of the United States and NATO. The adoption of the second 5th generation fighter (our T-50 still does not have an engine), launching and sea trials of the new-generation destroyer Zumvolt. By and large, we have parity only in nuclear weapons, in all the rest the potential adversary is many times superior to us, and we have no allies.
    What do we have now? Nothing. We do not have a single strategic ally in the world, i.e. none at all, absolutely ringing emptiness.

    Let me explain what I mean by a strategic ally. To understand the structure, there are three levels (with an example for Russia).

    First level. Allies who are guaranteed to enter into armed conflict on the side of Russia and will defend Russia's interests in the international arena, even if it runs counter to their own interests, economic feasibility, or even a security issue.

    Second level. Allies who are ready to provide material, financial or political assistance to Russia in the event of an aggravation of the situation or the critical situation of Russia. At the same time, the second-tier countries are not ready to infringe on their own interests for the sake of Russia and will not enter the war on the side of Russia until this directly affects them.

    Third level. Allies who remain neutral with Russia and will not, in the event of a war against Russia, assist the enemies of Russia. Those. these are countries that will not fight against Russia, but are not ready to fight along with Russia. The allies of the third level retain full autonomy with respect to Russia and are not ready to infringe on their own interests for the sake of Russia.

    Who is Russia an ally of the third level? China, India, Vietnam, North Korea, Mongolia, Algeria, Syria, Iran, Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela, Chile, Cuba.

    As for the CIS countries - a big question. The current crisis has clearly shown that we are in some way on different sides of the barricades, i.e. none of the CIS countries for Russia is an ally of the first level. In the case of an unlikely but hypothetical conflict between NATO and Russia, even the participation of Belarus on the side of Russia is in question. Belarus will not fight against Russia (as long as Lukashenko is there), but the full cooperation of Belarus on the side of Russia is a debatable issue, there are no guarantees, including, given the mass of Lukashenko’s unfriendly and aggressive gestures towards Russia.
    1. DarkMatter
      DarkMatter 25 December 2015 19: 06
      0
      You wrote everything correctly, but things are a little more complicated in my opinion.

      For example, the
      First level. Allies who are guaranteed to enter into armed conflict on the side of Russia and will defend Russia's interests in the international arena, even if contrary to one’s own interests

      Strongly doubt that this is possible. Only in the short term, after which in the long run the country will still get some kind of benefit. This is the meaning of concluding an alliance - to benefit from it. If losses are used instead of benefits, then this is not an alliance. Like Europe for the United States, these are not allies, but vassals.

      As for joining the war, too, things may not be so simple. For example, if a hypothetical confrontation between Japan and Russia begins (the US observes), what prevents the Chinese leaders from wanting to take a chance and strike at the Japanese Navy in order to stop their rapid growth and gain a foothold in the region, or for some reason, will assess the risks , look at options, etc., if all is well, then they will hit. For politics and the international community, this will be the help of Russia (as well as for Russia itself, they will say that we have helped you, we are good, give us something tasty for that), help against Japanese aggression and so on, a lot of things can be said for press conferences. Like Iran, if there is any confrontation in the Middle East, it is quite possible that they will enter into conflict.
      It is clear that if a global war begins, then it is unlikely that they will get into it or will limit themselves to some kind of minimal actions in their region while the "big players" are busy with business elsewhere, again for the sake of their goals and interests, albeit on the side of Russia, as I said, everyone is interested in their interests, I apologize for the tautology. Or they will not climb at all, because there will be a specific mess, although the nuclear forces will then enter into action, where everything is in order.
      So in the case of a regional war, half of these countries may well come out during the hot phase on our side.
      This incidentally applies to these same countries themselves. For example, if now China does collide with the Americans at sea, then I doubt that our Pacific ships will urgently start and begin to sink everything American without warning. Or take India with China, if they start to fight, God forbid, of course, but everyone knows about their friction. Pakistan will almost certainly fit on the side of China, but not because of such love, but because the graters themselves are against India. Everyone has also known for a long time about NATO and their article on an attack on any member, etc., there are no OBLIGATIONS there, they can. So they themselves will decide for whom to intervene, and for whom their own shirt is closer, no matter how they tear.
      Thus, I believe that there are a lot more cases and options and everything is a bit more complicated than you described.
      And about Lukashenko in general you need to write a separate series of articles wassat
  33. project sity
    project sity 25 December 2015 18: 07
    0
    It’s just enviable that they trynd about Russia, they don’t have that!
  34. doework
    doework 25 December 2015 18: 23
    0
    Hypocrisy, Lies and Thirst for profit - that's the whole point of the so-called. "Western" ideology and their mass media. And we should not give a fuck ... what they say and write ... there should be a goal, a clear strategy and determination of leaders .. China is an example of this. For another 30-20 years he was persuaded in all the stands as the oppressor of the democrats, but now there are no problems with democracy :).
    As for the "allies" - they do not appear on their own, they are created, long and methodically, and not always "through unwillingness" (Hungary, Czech Republic). After all, no one bothered to have the finest Russian Federation with a geopolitical term ally - the Republic of Cuba. And now it's not too late ..
  35. iouris
    iouris 25 December 2015 19: 12
    0
    Occurred. And it all started with the reforms of Serdyukov.
  36. gergi
    gergi 25 December 2015 20: 30
    0
    Arctic! Dream! It is from there that the invasion of the great AMERICA will go. It seems smoked saxos smoked it, jammed it, crippled it.
  37. Niva
    Niva 26 December 2015 06: 04
    0
    Do not be shy about your complexes
  38. Pate
    Pate 26 December 2015 18: 04
    0
    Our economy has developed thanks to those who did not leave their jobs during the years of difficulties.
  39. Robert Nevsky
    Robert Nevsky 26 December 2015 20: 28
    0
    HOORAY! HOORAY! HOORAY! soldier
  40. Starik72
    Starik72 26 December 2015 23: 03
    0
    Russia raised the army and the military-industrial complex to a good level, even foreigners admit that if civilian industry were to be pulled up to the army level, and the bureaucracy and oligarchy had to be thoroughly worn, it would have become very good in Russia.
  41. Aandrewsir
    Aandrewsir 26 December 2015 23: 12
    +1
    Well, what are we constantly discussing about friendship-non-friendship with the pedarist organization Zap. Eugopa usa. Well, you must understand that they will NEVER LOVE us AND WILL NOT TAKE US EQUALS !!! Now, if they are partially destroyed, and partially "bent into an interesting position" ... as during the Second World War ... But they will still distort the whole story anyway. You just need to be strong and, with their indignation, put them cancer ... That's all the simplest Europhilosophy ...
  42. complete zero
    complete zero 27 December 2015 15: 11
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    Quote: aba
    He wouldn’t be bothered to learn from Lavrov - sometimes with his remarks he looks like a first-grader-dropout, albeit a patriot.

    Normally, he says the smartest man, Lavrov is a diplomat and that’s it. I personally believe more in military than in diplomats.
  43. Comrade Zapirdulin
    Comrade Zapirdulin 27 December 2015 22: 22
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    Quote: Alexander 2
    We have, albeit to a lesser extent, the same thing. Moreover, there is a shortage of personnel in all areas, and not only in foreign policy. It's not all that bad there. Therefore, it is necessary to raise the level of education at least to the Soviet level, and most importantly, fresh personnel are needed, otherwise the so-called "Social elevators" do not work for us. It was not for nothing that Stalin said: “Cadres decide everything,” and he, no doubt, was an intelligent person.

    Comrade Stalin was not only smart, but also a very wise man! Personnel are indisputably needed, but it is also very important ... who trains them. Let's look impartially, without equivocation at any "isms". They constantly talk about the strengthening of the economy, its everything, everything ... everything, and the Higher School of Economics ... is a hotbed of liberal marginal democracy, and they will in the future "rule" this very economy. It is necessary to nurture personnel patriotic leaders of their homeland. And the concept is Patriot, for some time ... very abusive
    Now, with regards to the "elevators" - only one works, correctly understand and divide the general line of one's direct and direct, I hope examples are not needed, they are in plain sight and hearing, even though the same Chubais and the previous "defense", were condemned for negligence on an especially large scale, now they have appointed the "chief for helicopters", such an elevator ...

    how many wolves do not feed, but the elephant has a genital organ ... thicker (from the diary of a young naturalist)
  44. Comrade Zapirdulin
    Comrade Zapirdulin 27 December 2015 22: 27
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    Quote: Niva
    Do not be shy about your complexes


    Really! Do not be shy about your complexes ... especially if it's C 400

    how many wolves do not feed, but the elephant has a genital organ ... thicker (from the diary of a young naturalist)
  45. rBo3qb
    rBo3qb 28 December 2015 09: 53
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    Quote: novobranets
    Times go by, enemies do not change ... At least some stability.

    Considering that the majority of command and scientific personnel from Nazi Germany migrated to the United States after a victory at 45m, there is nothing to be surprised at the American greyhound and the megalomania of its greatness
  46. Barnaul, Altai
    Barnaul, Altai 28 December 2015 11: 02
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    Quote: Sterlya
    I get it that way. In the world of Naglosak and Russia. The rest are watching. Attach.

    I would rephrase: they don’t attach, but bend the back ...
  47. Barnaul, Altai
    Barnaul, Altai 28 December 2015 11: 12
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    Quote: Starik72
    Russia raised the army and the military-industrial complex to a good level, even foreigners admit that if civilian industry were to be pulled up to the army level, and the bureaucracy and oligarchy had to be thoroughly worn, it would have become very good in Russia.

    That's the joke that the military industry is controlled by Putin and Rogozin, and the lending system of the military-industrial complex goes through state guarantees (funding). And the civil industry is credited to commercial banks - and again the question arises of all the already bored Central Banks ...
    And in the "manual" mode, to deal with "civilian industry", no manager, not even such a successful and efficient one as Putin, will have enough time.