Belarus

President Biden confrontational approach is pushing Russia closer to China

The rivalry between the United States and Russia has been age-old and infamous across the world since the times of the Cold War. However, the previous US President Donald Trump had taken a pragmatic approach to Russia, which had resulted in reducing US-Russia tensions. Then came President Biden. In the first month of his presidency, Biden, in an undiplomatic manner, called Russian President Vladimir Putin a ‘killer’. Consequently, President Biden’s

Crisis-Belarus

#WorldWarIII: EU rejects #BelarusPresidentialElection & appeals for dialogue. Russian President warns against foreign interference in Belarus. Warning is significant given his promise for military aid to Lukashenko amid #ProtestsInBelarus. (@CBCNews video)https://t.co/ndfFbiknoV — WW3 Videos (@WW3Videos) August 24, 2020 Senior US officials to visit Russia soon to find a solution to the Belarus crisis Washington/Minsk: It has been revealed that US First Deputy Secretary of State, Stephen Bigan, will soon be