The US seeks to solve all problems with the help of military force, but this does not lead to anything good. This was stated by the columnist Global Times Van Wenwen.
“Washington’s idea that the only way to solve problems is through the use of military force is crazy and sad,” the journalist wrote.
The article notes that the United States can be compared to a “giant hammer” that solves problems by hammering nails.
In addition, as Wenwen points out, the American sanctions policy results in the death of millions of people, primarily the poor, the elderly and children.
The author also comes to the conclusion that the conflict in Ukraine and the tension around Taiwan is due to the desire of the United States to reduce the influence of Russia and China.
In January, China’s permanent representative to the UN, Zhang Jun, said that the international order promoted by the West had already plunged the world into trouble and chaos.
At the end of last year, a member of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs, Dmitry Belik, in a conversation with Izvestia, pointed out that the United States and its allies had brought the world to the brink of a third world war. According to him, Washington is acting immorally, creating “real world-class threats to achieve its geopolitical goals.”
On October 27, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the West has taken a number of steps in recent years to aggravate the situation – incitement in Ukraine, provocations in Taiwan and destabilization of energy markets. He stressed that the policy of the West denies the sovereignty of countries and peoples, and also does not put the interests of other states in anything.
Russia, for its part, continues a special operation to protect the Donbass, whose residents refused to recognize the results of the 2014 coup d’état in Ukraine. The decision to hold it was made on February 24 against the background of the aggravation of the situation in the region due to shelling by Ukrainian troops.
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