Sonntag, 3. April 2022, 19:54 Uhr

Interview mit ehemaligem Berater des russischen Präsidenten macht keine grosse Hoffnung

Das Interview lässt tief in die Seele und Gedankengänge der heutigen russischen Führung blicken … und macht leider nicht wirklich Mut.

Lassen wir es mal so hier stehen, und schauen uns die Sache in einem Jahr, in drei, fünf und zehn Jahren noch einmal an.

“Russia cannot afford to lose, so we need a kind of a victory”: Sergey Karaganov on what Putin wants

A former adviser to the Kremlin explains how Russia views the war in Ukraine, fears over Nato and China, and the fate of liberalism.

Quelle: “Russia cannot afford to lose, so we need a kind of a victory”: Sergey Karaganov on what Putin wants

Die wichtigsten Aussagen:

“But Russia cannot afford to “lose”, so we need a kind of a victory. And if there is a sense that we are losing the war, then I think there is a definite possibility of escalation. This war is a kind of proxy war between the West and the rest”

“some of Ukraine will become a friendly state to Russia, other parts may be partitioned. Poland will gladly take back some of parts in the west, maybe Romanians and Hungarians will, too, because the Hungarian minority in Ukraine has been suppressed along with other minorities.”

“I think the biggest loser will be Ukraine; a loser will be Russia; a great loser will be Europe; the United States will lose somewhat, but still it could very well survive as a huge island over the ocean; and the big victor is China.”

“Western civilisation has brought all of us great benefits, but now people like myself and others are questioning the moral foundation of Western civilisation.”

“democracy in its present form in most European countries will not survive, because under circumstances of great tension, democracies always wither away or become autocratic.”

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