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Noam Chomsky: The West "drives" Russia to the East
Noam Chomsky, an American philosopher and publicist, in an interview with RT told about the acceleration of the turn of Russia to the East under the influence of the sanctions policy of Western countries.
The American philosopher believes that in the modern world the West does not have sufficient funds to isolate Russia on the international scene, but it can cause serious damage to it, which only pushes Russia to turn to the East, into the depth of close relations with the SCO and China as the center of this significant international system.
Such an association has chances to advance through the entire Eurasian region, the publicist believes, starting, for example, with Turkey, and reaching Western European countries, for example, Germany, which have long-standing and close contacts with Russia.
Simultaneously, Chomsky noted the modern confrontation between America and China in the context of an increasingly focused view of Russia towards the latter.
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