Russia is «programmed» fears in the United States, experts said

© AP Photo / Pablo Martinez MonsivaisЗдание of the United States Capitol. Archival photoRussia is «programmed» fears in the United States, experts said© AP Photo / Pablo Martinez Monsivais

Everything associated with Russia is «programmed» fears in the United States, said the Deputy Dean of the faculty of world economy and world politics HSE Andrew Suzdaltsev, commenting on the statement of U.S. permanent representative to the UN, Nikki Haley.

According to experts, in the last years of the presidency of Barack Obama in the United States was formed by a platform of relations with Russia, which divided a large part of the American establishment. The basis of this «platform», Suzdaltsev believes, lies the disappointment with the results of 20 years of relations after the collapse of the Soviet Union, when Russia was perceived as a semi.

However, the expert believes that the events in South Ossetia and Crimea, showed that the US strategy to «sit on the riverbank and wait, when will come the corpse» didn’t work — «they have not achieved the disintegration of Russia».

«Here is a very hard reaction that Russia should be turned into a pariah. The American establishment is very passionate perceives the US role in the world, considers not just a superpower, but also the basis for the existence of the entire world order,» said Suzdaltsev in an interview with RIA Novosti.

Statements Haley, he said, have a basis of perception of Russia as the eternal enemy, with whom you can dialogue only on-demand concessions from Moscow.

«Everything related to Russia is programmed in the best case concerns», — the expert believes.

Informed Haley in an interview with CBN News said that the US «never trust Russia and (Russian President Vladimir. — Approx. ed.), Putin and never will be.» She also ruled out the development of friendly relations between Russia and the United States. Nevertheless, the U.S. permanent representative to the UN acknowledged the need for dialogue.

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