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Russia, Wisdom and World Peace

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Good will and common sense – always potentially present in human hearts – will help us overcome quite a few obstacles in the first half of 21st century.

Let us see one example.

It seems the main weapons’ industries in the USA include among their priorities the notion of maintaining a dangerous level of tension in the relation between Russia and the West. Thus they have a pretext that justifies the spending of a fortune every year in the actual preparation for atomic war and other forms of world conflict.

They conveniently make believe they do not know that such a type of war is not doable any longer, and not even conceivable, due to the iron principle of Mutual Assured Destruction (MAD): there can be no war between two nuclear powers.

Yet using Ukraine and Ukrainian people as a pawn in the global chessboard, in order to create a kind of “new Cold War” and justify their long-standing waste of public money, the US government bureaucracy pretends not to be acquainted with the sober warning of President Dwight Eisenhower. In his famous speech of 17 January 1961, Eisenhower kindly denounced the undue influence of the Military-Industrial Complex in political decisions.[1]

During the 1990s, the end of the Cold War was an opportunity for a new world peace based on the principle of self-determination of states. Henry Kissinger made a thorough study and analysis of the diplomatic history of the world, and defended........

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