US Russia face off in 2022 – Has cold war 2.0 just begun amidst the pandemic?

In the US Russia face off 2022 the United States and its European allies are pressing for negotiations with Russia, but a fresh US Russia face off in Ukraine remains an option.
It feels like we’ve returned to the era of Soviet chief Leonid Brezhnev these days. While monitoring Russia’s state television networks, Russia 1.

First Channel, one not help but feel transported back to the 1970s. Warmongering rhetoric has returned, as has the standard denunciation of the decadent West; cinematic choice varies from the 1976 classic, Irony of Fate, through the 1967 comedy, Kidnapping, Caucasian Style, to the 1969 blockbuster hit, The Diamond Arm.
The Russian people are fed a nutritious diet of nostalgia for the fine old days of order. And colonial stability on the 30th anniversary of the Soviet Union’s collapse.

The US white house has assured its counterpart Ukraine, it will respond determined if Russia undertakes further invasion. The call made by the US president came amid the high tensions on Russia’s border with Ukraine.

Since the Russian invasion of Crimea finds by the western world as a geopolitical crisis. Russia has recently deployed 100,000 troops on its border with Ukraine.

President Biden made it clear that the United States and its allies. And partners will respond decisively if Russia further captures Ukraine. White House spokesperson Jen Psaki has made the statement.

It reminds us back when the US and USSR were in a cold war situation. At last, the USSR collapsed, losing its territories.
Is Russia haunted by the fact that it might lose central Asia into the mighty hands of the western world? Is this the beginning of cold war 2.0?

As per the reports from the white house, the invasion might deteriorate US-Russia relations which will impact other countries as well and will create turmoil in trade activities.

Zelenskiy and Biden consulted on the series of upcoming diplomatic meetings, according to White House.
However, Russia denies any planning to attack Ukraine. And says it can move its troops on its soil whenever they want.
If we speak about North Atlantic Treaty Organization, It is an intergovernmental army alliance assembled with the North Atlantic treaty signed on 1949 4th April.

Putin’s foreign affairs advisor has said that US sanctions will only cause severe damage to US-Russia relations.

If we go back to 2014, Russia removes from G7 (earlier G8) due to the Crimean invasion from Ukraine. Russia stood firm in its decision that Crimea is a part of Russia denied by the European and its allies.

Biden reaffirmed US commitment to Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, the White House said.
The geopolitical horizon is getting widespread due to the developmental scenario of countries and the economic expansion leading to the exploitation of more and more resources.

Before the situation becomes a deadlock, diplomatic ties need to be strong enough to maintain peace and stability in the Central Asian region. Russia holds a robust military presence in the Central Asian region, but it should act decisively.

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