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[国际瞭望] 2016-02-18&02-24 俄罗斯总理梅德韦杰夫提“新冷战说” 警告勿引世界大战

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[国际瞭望] 2016-02-18&02-24 俄罗斯总理梅德韦杰夫提“新冷战说” 警告勿引世界大战

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World In New Cold War, Says Russian PM


Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev blames US and European leaders for making "horrible threats" against his country.

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新闻背景:

俄罗斯总理梅德韦杰夫在慕尼黑安全会议上宣称俄罗斯与西方的关系已经滑向“一场新的冷战”,将俄罗斯与西方之间当前的紧张局势与1962年的古巴导弹危机相提并论,而当年那场危机曾将世界带到了核战争的边缘。梅德韦杰夫还称,“制裁没有改变任何事情,很明显制裁也不符合我们长期的经济利益……欧盟和俄罗斯的关系已被损坏……难道我们还需要一个第三次世界大动荡才能明白如今我们需要的是合作,而不是对立?

美国《洛杉矶时报》称,俄总统普京是梅德韦杰夫的政治导师,梅德韦杰夫在慕安会上的讲话事先应该得到了普京的首肯。

北约秘书长斯托尔滕贝格(Jens Stoltenberg )指责俄罗斯使欧洲安全秩序变得不稳定,并且称俄罗斯利用其核武库欺负邻国,其程度相比冷战时期过犹不及。斯托尔滕贝格先生表示,俄罗斯的措辞、姿势和其核力量展示旨在恐吓邻国,破坏了欧洲的信任与稳定。

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本帖最后由 Lemond6 于 2016-2-18 06:15 编辑

Russia’s fearless assault on Syria continued this week, bombs pounding sites from ? to Aleppo. Ostensibly targeting terrorist facilities, but the west insists the strikes have hit civilians and cut thousands off from food and aid.And the accusation that Russia is using its air power to help advance the Syrian president’s forces has stirred strong ? at the very meeting where foreign ministers are trying to agree a way forward for the country. Consensus was anything but the sentiments being espoused by Russian Prime Minister who invoked old hostilities. NATO’s policies related to Russian remain unfriendly and opaque. One could go as far to say we have slipped back to a new cold war. Sometimes I wonder if it’s 2016 or if we live in 1962. That language likely intended largely for a domestic audience who’ve been the narrative of a bullish west ever since sanctions were imposed on Russia, following its annexation of Crimea in 2014. Accusing NATO of aggression with accessed closed to its borders, Russia deployed thousands of troops this week on its side close to Ukraine in an overt show of strength. The choreograph indeed hostile, but a return to the kind of tensions which led to the Cuban Missile Crisis of the 1960s, not exactly. “The new cold war is not like the old cold war, because Russia is a lot weaker than the Soviet Union wars, the ideological dimension is different, Russia is not communist, and we don’t have the same sort of military confrontation with a real military, though we have the Soviet military, but it is still very one.” But the mood does not make for optimism in Syria where a hopeful cessation in fighting this week will depend on Russia halting its bombing campaign. Western foreign ministers have match ?’s rhetoric with calls for Russia to change course in Syria and stop propping up the ? Regime. “The vast majority and our opinion of Russia’s attacks have been against legitimate opposition groups, and to adhere to the agreement that has been made we think it is critical that Russia’s targeting change.” Russia insists its intentions in Syria are honorable and it’s targeting the same terrorist the west is pursing, and the two sides do indeed have common enemies. In the current climate though, they need to work on not making enemies of each other.
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Russia’s fierce assault on Syria continued this week, bombs pounding sites from Idlib to Aleppo, ostensibly targeting terrorist facilities, but the West insists the strikes have hit civilians and cut thousands off from food and aid. And the accusation that Russia is using its air power to help advance the Syrian president’s forces has stirred strong retreat at the very meeting where foreign ministers are trying to agree a way forward for the country. Consensus was anything but the sentiment being espoused by Russian Prime Minister who invoked old hostilities.

“NATO’s policies related to Russia remain unfriendly and opaque. One could go as far to say we have slipped back to a new Cold War. Sometimes I wonder if it’s 2016 or if we live in 1962.”

That language likely intended largely for a domestic audience who’ve been in fact narrative of a bullish west ever since sanctions were imposed on Russia, following its annexation of Crimea in 2014. Accusing NATO of aggression with accesses closed to its borders, Russia deployed thousands of troops this week on its side close to Ukraine in an overt show of strength. The choreography indeed hostile. But a return to the kind of tensions which led to the Cuban Missile Crisis of the 1960s? Not exactly.

“The new Cold War is not like the old Cold War, because Russia is a lot weaker than the Soviet Union was, the ideological dimension is different. Russia is not communist, and we don’t have the same sort of military confrontation with a real military, though we have the Soviet military, but it is still very one.”

But the mood does not make for optimism in Syria where a hopeful cessation in fighting this week will depend on Russia halting its bombing campaign. Western foreign ministers have matched Medvedev’s rhetoric with calls for Russia to change course in Syria and stop propping up the Assad Regime.

“The vast majority and our opinion of Russia’s attacks have been against legitimate opposition groups. And to adhere to the agreement that has been made, we think it is critical that Russia’s targeting change.”

Russia insists its intentions in Syria are honorable and it’s targeting the same terrorist the west is pursing, and the two sides do indeed have common enemies. In the current climate though, they need to work on not making enemies of each other.

Michelle Clifford, Sky News.
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