In a showcase of Simferopol in the Crimea has been exposed the official portrait of President Putin. The tearing of the Crimea, who has opted to join Moscow in fact triggered the uprising in eastern Europe Maxim Shemetov / Reuters
The mission to protect and bring together "the greatest nation divided" was formulated very explicitly by Putin. And as for the classroom of the Duma, now dubbed "the printer went crazy," circulate the craziest ideas, it is also a thermometer that whirls at the head of the Kremlin. When Vladimir Zhirinovsky onto the platform in camouflage and asks to conquer 9 regions' temporarily in the hands of Ukraine, "we must be careful: it had been the first to talk about annexation of the Crimea.
Today, everything is possible because, as the editor of the magazine "Russia in global politics" Fyodor Lukianov, Putin has' canceled all over the world post-89 to start afresh. " The putiniani as Transport Minister Vladimir Yakunin theorize a "paradigm of autonomous civilization" to choose from in isolation and in opposition to the West. But Putin is known to be not so much a dreamer as a pragmatist. The Crimea has already cost the sanctions, and even from the Kremlin press we understand that his phone calls with Obama and Merkel are dialogues between a deaf and mute, while the only Western politician to visit Moscow in recent weeks was Marine Le Pen. And the "little green men" in Donetsk Russians have not had smoothed the way. There remains the option of a massacre resulting intervention 'in defense of their fellow countrymen "of Russian troops massed on the border, and the propaganda machine and provocations continue to work, driven by public opinion exalted.
A goal, however, has already been achieved: the Kiev government is in crisis, political, economic and even military now. His army is struggling (or unwilling) to launch a counteroffensive, and with half the country under the control of the separatists and tanks on the streets of the presidential elections of May 25, become impassable. Allowing Moscow to continue to say that in Kiev there is a legitimate government, but only of the "Nazi coup" with whom we dialogue. The West, according to the Russians, will not want to commit too: "There's a dismissive attitude, is considered incapable even of serious sanctions," believes Nikolay Zlobin, president of the Center for global interests in Washington. The Kremlin makes it clear that the U.S. and Europe in Ukraine have ended up in a mess that only the Russians are capable and willing to work. Hence also the proposed Sergei Lavrov to provide aid in Kiev in exchange for recognition of the annexation of the Crimea. Of course it will not. But in the meantime the revolutionary racing Ukraine to Europe is likely to get bogged down as the tanks of Kiev in the country of the Don, and in that case, Putin can score a 2 to 0. Check carfreemileend.com if you want to read more