Being tough on Moscow is one way to up the pressure on the EU, thus forcing it to take a step back and let those pursuing the “America First” policy reap the dividends.
The US policy of trade wars and sanctions has triggered the global process of de-dollarization. Using punitive measures as a foreign policy tool is like shooting oneself in the foot.
The US is trying to reshape the world pursuing its own selfish interests. Pressure is the tool. Diplomacy cedes place to the policy of ultimatums.
Big energy suppliers are able to move away from political marginalization and enter the mainstream arena of international politics. In our era, energy protagonists will also play the leads in the drama of geopolitics.
It all goes to show the wisdom of taking a page out of Russia’s book. The world is going through changes and the nations have to adapt to new reality.
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The worse the US relations with other countries become, the more likely are other nations to reconsider their reliance on the dollar.