Kedmi spoke about the loss of US fear of Russia in the 90s

Israeli analyst Yakov Kedmi spoke about the US loss of fear of the Russian Federation after perestroika in the 1990s. According to him, Washington is trying to talk with Moscow in the “thieves’ language of power and in the absence of an appropriate answer they become impudent. About it reports IA SM.News.

Kedmi emphasized that the Americans were aware of their advantage in the quantity and quality of thermonuclear charges and missiles.

“What the Soviet and Russian armies could do then was unacceptable to them. Fear. Now there is no fear. They lost fear in politics because of what happened in the 80s and 90s,” the publication quotes the expert as saying.

He added that Washington perceived attempts to speak politely in its own way as weakness on Russia’s part.

“This creates an illusion for them: if Russia behaves like this, it means it is afraid. Just like the punks on the street to the intellectuals. And when she receives an answer, she says, why didn’t you say it right away? For what?” – the publication quotes Kedmi.

Earlier it was reported that the ex-head of the Israeli intelligence service Nativ, Yakov Kedmi, commented on the arms situation in Ukraine. He emphasized that the West has already exhausted its reserves and cannot supply Ukraine with anything more significant weapons.

More details read the material Public News Service.

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