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Is Russia a threat to global security: Is Russia a threat to US interests?

  • Russia is a barbarian with a nuclear bomb

    There are key-points about Russia we should consider:
    • enormous imperialistic desires (supported by soviet past and sick-headed leader putin), the main reason
    • autocratic political system (huge investments in propaganda also creating an image of glorious and ancient russian state and seeming might of the army (hurray-patriotism), also development of national no freedom with-us-or-against-us ideology),
    • same time weak resource-based economy, awful infrastructure, outdated industry and technologies, poor social sector, total corruption with symbiotic law-police-bandits system
    • second nuclear arsenal on Earth...
    What does it mean, that Russia is a threat only as an nuclear state and in all other sides it is barbaric and weak, though it`s demeanor now is undermining not just US interests but all postWW2 Western (and global because nuclear) security system. Moreover it is supported by a great part of population due to brainwashing propaganda, because normal people would not tolerate great investments in army with poor and extremely poor state of infrastructure and social sector though democracy and liberalism are bad and abusive words in Russia.

  • Barbarian with a nuclear bomb.

    There are key-points about Russia we should consider: Enormous imperialistic desires (supported by soviet past and sick-headed leader putin), autocratic political system (huge investments in propaganda also creating an image of glorious and ancient russian state and seeming might of the army (hurray-patriotism), also development of national no freedom with-us-or-against-us ideology), same time weak resource-based economy, awful infrastructure, outdated industry and technologiesб poor social sector, total corruption with simbiotic law-police-bandits system, with second nuclear arsenal on Earth... What does it mean, that Russia is a threat only as an nuclear state and in all other sides it is barbaric and weak, though it`s demeanor now is undermining not just US interests but all postWW2 Western (and global because nuclear) security system. Moreover it is supported by a great part of population due to brainwashing propaganda, because normal people would not tolerate great investments in army with poor and extremely poor state of infrastructure and social sector though democracy and liberalism are bad and abusive words in Russia.

  • How are they not

    Russia has brought the world into what could quite possibly be a new era as it is the first of a major world power to take on direct involvement in revolutions which have spread since the start of the Arab spring with the rebellion in Tunisia. They have threatened the sovereignty of an independent nation and no matter there intentions or perceived intentions they have weakened world stability. When it comes to world affairs, stability is ambiguous of security.

  • Yes, Russia is a U.S. rival.

    Yes, Russia is a threat to U.S. interests, because Russia has a strong military and has returned as a world power. Russia occasionally flexes its muscles, and Russia has a large army. Russia is not democratic as the United States is, and as such, Russia should be monitored closely, and the United States should pursue peace through its own demonstrated strength.

  • They are very much so

    I think Russia likes to instigate a lot in the world especially when they get a chance to interfere with the US and in doing so pose a threat to triggering a war somewhere with someone. Its no question that they have been a threat to US interests in more ways than a few.

  • Global security - NO!

    I don't support the argument that Russia poses a threat to global security. Maybe Russia's actions are in contrast to US national interests (everyone who is a threat to US national interests has the same destiny), but frankly I am more afraid of United States violation of international law than Russia defending its borders.


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