Aftenposten (Norway): A new great war is inevitable?

Aftenposten (Norway): A new great war is inevitable?

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Aftenposten: The West’s mistake towards Russia will lead to a major war

Aftenposten: The West’s mistake towards Russia will lead to a major war

Aftenposten: The West’s mistake towards Russia will lead to a major war

Aftenposten writes that there is something to criticize Russia, but distort reality, portraying it as the main villain, and the United States and the West as impeccable defenders of democracy. | 01/11/2022, InoSMI

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If we don’t start to think differently, we will likely quickly lead to more conflicts and wars in the short and long term. In 1918, World War I ended. New technologies at the time, such as aircraft and tanks, led to & nbsp; Decisive victories & nbsp; battlefield. This war turned out to be a constant test of stamina, taking a heavy toll on everyone. The war that politicians fought in 1914, believing it would quickly end, seemed to never end. After all, the peace reached in 1919 was the main cause of the next world war (1939-45 & nbsp;). The state was ordered to pay large reparations for the war. & nbsp; He also had to concede & nbsp; Territories & nbsp; and accept & nbsp; limitations & nbsp; & nbsp; his armed forces. Adolf Hitler was a soldier during World War I. He himself felt this humiliation, which after the end of World War II in 1945, the victors hoped for peace terms again. They identified the causes of the war and identified what constituted war crimes. Despite the crushing defeat, and perhaps because of it, the losers were treated with respect. And soon they were accepted back to & nbsp; good company. The victorious nations established a number of institutions that were designed to regulate supranational bases of financial stability. It was supposed to restore the economy to normal and make the world “never again” such disasters did not witness, and the occupation of Germany ended in 1955. The country became a member of NATO, and Japan gained sovereignty in 1952 and membership in & nbsp; The United Nations in 1956 & nbsp;. New institutions and the cooperation of former enemies ensured stability in personal relationships What happened after the end of the Cold War in 1991? Some argue that the United States has won. Others believe that the Soviet Union collapsed only because its social and economic model did not work. Legend has it that former US President Ronald Reagan defeated the evil empire with the help of money and power, but it was Reagan’s personal relationships and dialogue with the Soviet Union. President Mikhail Gorbachev opened the way for & nbsp; Big changes and the end of the cold war 30 years have passed, & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; is & nbsp; ; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; and humiliation. When Adolf Hitler was a soldier during World War I, he was subjected to personal humiliation. Russian President Vladimir Putin felt something similar. After all, he was a KGB officer in Dresden in 1989 during the fall of communism. Putin is often quoted as saying, “The collapse of the Soviet Union was the greatest catastrophe” of the twentieth century. We should not underestimate how strong personal experiences, among others, influence national leaders. Selfishness and revenge against the new Western institutions did not. He appears. The only exception was the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE), later called the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). Political disputes could not be resolved peacefully. Existing institutions have not been reformed, and the past thirty years have not seen mutual respect and cooperation. They are characterized by the West’s disregard for the rest, the pride of Americans and the & nbsp; their desire for revenge & nbsp; September 11, 2001 attack terrorist & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; The Russia-NATO Council does not appear to be an attractive forum for dialogue and joint decision-making. And this despite the ambitious goal of its establishment. Everything is decided by NATO. In council meetings, countries almost ritually criticize Russia for trying to convince everyone that NATO decisions are good and should be approved. Partnership with Western culture beyond faltering institutions that do not do their job well and show experiences. Meanwhile, the storming of the US Congress on January 6, 2021 demonstrated that the world’s leading democracy, with the most powerful armed forces on the planet, can actually & nbsp; collapse & nbsp; become dangerous at any moment. do not remember & nbsp; You have seen at least one movie or series in which the Russians will be positive, & nbsp; western characters & nbsp; &[مدش]; Negation. Western culture of the United States and Western Europe is promoted as & nbsp; An undeniably good thing. and & nbsp; implants & nbsp; at the same time & nbsp; The image of Russia and the Russians as & nbsp; Something wicked, vile, and primitive. Russia has something to criticize. but & nbsp; We distort reality, portray her as the main villain, & nbsp; United States & nbsp; West & nbsp; &[مدش]; Impeccable defenders of democracy: Russia can sense that national humiliation is real. It can be understood. After all, all this is happening against the background of the fact that NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (Jens Stoltenberg) does not get tired of insisting on the right of states to choose for themselves whether they want to be in the Alliance or not. & nbsp; War advocates applaud and demand sanctions. states & nbsp; freedom of choice? Let’s use the experience of the last century as support. The main recipe was mutual respect, personal diplomacy and the participation of all parties. We need to break free from the shackles of habitual thinking and to challenge both warmongers and victims, perhaps should we shape new institutions or radically reform existing ones? Can NATO Really & nbsp; focus more on & nbsp; defense & nbsp; open doors & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp; ; In the long run, major changes are needed to solve security problems more complex than those that led us, after the Industrial Revolution, to World War I a hundred years ago, as & nbsp; Today, there was a time of international conflicts, technological breakthroughs, and economic and social turmoil. The epidemic also happened. The difference is that change is now happening faster, & nbsp; on & nbsp; the & nbsp; & nbsp; & mdash; & mdash; Autonomous weapons systems and artificial intelligence. British intelligence MI6 recently stated that before 2030 the world will witness technological breakthroughs that will have more serious consequences than the Industrial Revolution. method & nbsp; expired in & nbsp; Afghanistan & nbsp; &[مدش]; Another reminder that arrogance and complacency easily precipitate new wars and interventions, but prevent finish & nbsp; Disputes & nbsp; to finish & nbsp; and & nbsp; Conflict resolution in order to ensure stability and lasting peace in this context. It is appropriate to remember the reflections of His Majesty the King of Norway, expressed in his New Year speech 2021: “When we learn to interact, it affects the way we think and act. It is very important that you take the time to listen and try to understand the feelings of others. This applies to both & nbsp; Document and large communities.

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