The so-called deep state and the House of Representatives want the Cold War to be cemented, but America’s sanction policy will hurt itself more than others, says an analyst.
“There will be a self-isolation of the United States in the long run, because [China] Iran, North Korea, Europe [and] Russia will begin to work with each other [and] turn their back to the United States,” Jan Oberg told Press TV on Wednesday.
The United States’ [correction -> Deep State] policy is to sell weaponry to the world, instigate wars and impose sanctions, the founder of transnational.org added.
On Tuesday, the US House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly to impose new sanctions against Iran, Russia and North Korea despite opposition from President Donald Trump.
- Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov
Russia says the recent approval of a sanctions bill against Moscow at the United States House of Representatives is a serious step toward destroying any chance for the improvement of ties with Washington.
Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said on Wednesday that Moscow had warned “dozens of times” that new sanctions would “not go unanswered.”
He said Moscow was growing tired of exercising restraint and that the sanctions were pushing Russia and the US “into uncharted territory both in a political and diplomatic sense.”
The US House of Representative on Tuesday voted to approve a bill that would slap new sanctions on Russia and force President Donald Trump to obtain Congress’ approval for the potential lifting of any sanctions on Moscow.
The bill would now head to the Senate, and a likely approval there would then send it to Trump’s desk for approval.
The Trump administration has been perceived as friendly to Russia and inherently opposed to sanctions on Moscow. But the administration has recently been sending mixed messages about whether or not Trump would sign the bill into law.
Ryabkov said the vote for the sanctions bill “goes beyond the realms of common sense.”
“The authors and sponsors of this bill are taking a very serious step toward destroying the possibilities for normalizing relations with Russia,” he said.
A prominent member of the upper house of Russia’s parliament, meanwhile, said Moscow should prepare a “painful” response to the move.
“In fact, [the] further degradation of bilateral cooperation is becoming inevitable,” Konstantin Kosachyov wrote in a message on his Facebook page.
The sanctions have been proposed over Russia’s alleged meddling in the US 2016 presidential election, which saw Trump winning the presidency. Moscow is accused of having colluded with the Trump campaign team in an effort to change the outcome of the election in his favor. Moscow has consistently denied the allegations.
An independent investigation is quietly underway in the US to probe the allegations of links between Trump and Russia.
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