Biden brings a new US challenge to Putin’s backyard . "Russian" influence under threat in its own back yard

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Great news ! God Bless the USA and mr Biden ! , as i wrote befoe With cost of “black gold” at 15-23 dollars per barrel, the USSR economy collapsed, and the sovok itself collapsed, and the "golden" horde ("russia") budget can only be fulfilled only with oil price at $ 42.4 and higher, Mr Biden Hit crime cartel ozero ( juchi project) where it hurts OIL- GAS, Banks !!!


"'Important foothold for Turkey'
Turkey has emerged as a rival player in Moscow's back yard. It was Ankara's military support that helped Azerbaijan defeat Russia's traditional ally in the region, Armenia. Now Moscow has agreed to military observers from Turkey - a Nato country - being in the South Caucasus to monitor the ceasefire.
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"Russia"facing challenges from neighbours
For Russia 2020 has been a year of geopolitical challenges across the former Soviet Union.
In Belarus - Russia's closest ally - people power has been challenging a dictator who is being propped up by Moscow.
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Just in time " "I'm letting them know that America is back. We're going to be back in the game. It's not America alone," Biden told reporters in his home state of Delaware. "

 
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LOL I doubt Putin will take Biden seriously. Who would.
really ?

'Important foothold for Turkey'
Turkey has emerged as a rival player in Moscow's back yard. It was Ankara's military support that helped Azerbaijan defeat Russia's traditional ally in the region, Armenia. Now Moscow has agreed to military observers from Turkey - a Nato country - being in the South Caucasus to monitor the ceasefire.
...

"Russia"facing challenges from neighbours
For Russia 2020 has been a year of geopolitical challenges across the former Soviet Union.
In Belarus - Russia's closest ally - people power has been challenging a dictator who is being propped up by Moscow.
"
Despite signs that the Kremlin is growing impatient with Alexander Lukashenko, its decision to back him for now has aroused a degree of anti-Moscow sentiment rarely seen in Belarus.
In October a revolution in Kyrgyzstan caught Russia off guard.
And last month the Kremlin backed the loser in Moldova's presidential election. Pro-Western politician Maia Sandu defeated the pro-Moscow incumbent Igor Dodon.
"Russian influence under threat in its own back yard
Putin is one step from the Hague ....
 

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LOL I doubt Putin will take Biden seriously. Who would.
really ?

'Important foothold for Turkey'
Turkey has emerged as a rival player in Moscow's back yard. It was Ankara's military support that helped Azerbaijan defeat Russia's traditional ally in the region, Armenia. Now Moscow has agreed to military observers from Turkey - a Nato country - being in the South Caucasus to monitor the ceasefire.
...

"Russia"facing challenges from neighbours
For Russia 2020 has been a year of geopolitical challenges across the former Soviet Union.
In Belarus - Russia's closest ally - people power has been challenging a dictator who is being propped up by Moscow.
"
Despite signs that the Kremlin is growing impatient with Alexander Lukashenko, its decision to back him for now has aroused a degree of anti-Moscow sentiment rarely seen in Belarus.
In October a revolution in Kyrgyzstan caught Russia off guard.
And last month the Kremlin backed the loser in Moldova's presidential election. Pro-Western politician Maia Sandu defeated the pro-Moscow incumbent Igor Dodon.
"Russian influence under threat in its own back yard
Putin is one step from the Hague ....
You seem to forget. Putin a thug. A thug who got where he is murdering his opponents. He couldn't care less what Biden has to say or what he does.

Grow up there bucko. Putin is a law unto himself. LOL
 
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LOL I doubt Putin will take Biden seriously. Who would.
really ?

'Important foothold for Turkey'
Turkey has emerged as a rival player in Moscow's back yard. It was Ankara's military support that helped Azerbaijan defeat Russia's traditional ally in the region, Armenia. Now Moscow has agreed to military observers from Turkey - a Nato country - being in the South Caucasus to monitor the ceasefire.
...

"Russia"facing challenges from neighbours
For Russia 2020 has been a year of geopolitical challenges across the former Soviet Union.
In Belarus - Russia's closest ally - people power has been challenging a dictator who is being propped up by Moscow.
"
Despite signs that the Kremlin is growing impatient with Alexander Lukashenko, its decision to back him for now has aroused a degree of anti-Moscow sentiment rarely seen in Belarus.
In October a revolution in Kyrgyzstan caught Russia off guard.
And last month the Kremlin backed the loser in Moldova's presidential election. Pro-Western politician Maia Sandu defeated the pro-Moscow incumbent Igor Dodon.
"Russian influence under threat in its own back yard
Putin is one step from the Hague ....
You seem to forget. Putin a thug. A thug who got where he is murdering his opponents. He couldn't care less what Biden has to say or what he does.

Grow up there bucko. Putin is a law unto himself. LOL
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