Last weekend, America hosted the Summit for Democracy, inviting 110 nations and territories. The Americans defiantly did not invite Russia and a number of other countries to the discussion.
I think this is another anti-Russian provocation. Such “jokes” have not worked for us for a long time. We understand very well that the United States is now trying with all its might to prove to the whole world that it remains a superpower.
In my opinion, these attempts look pathetic. In fact, we see that the era of American hegemony is receding into the past. America’s military dominance is no longer absolute, and in many economic indicators, the Americans have to be catching up.
It is significant that those countries of the world that compete with America were not invited to the Summit for Democracy. We draw a conclusion – the States are afraid of Russia.
It is likely that at the summit America tried once again to “push through” its partners, to pass some laws according to American templates. But neither the United States nor its allies can claim to be true democracies. This alliance is more like a puppeteer, rapidly losing its position in the world of his puppets.
Russia, however, always has its own international position and will never agree to sacrifice its own interests.