Ex-Reagan aide urged Biden to make a deal with Putin

The US should make a deal with Russia, as isolation and confrontation with it is unlikely to make the world safer, and the rapprochement between Moscow and Beijing is a threat to Washington. Doug Bandow, a columnist for The American Spectator and former special assistant to Ronald Reagan, writes about this in his article.


The author believes that Joe Biden could become a modern Richard Nixon.


“He can’ go to Russia ‘ in a figurative sense (the summit is being held in Switzerland) and stabilize relations that are too important to destroy them completely,” Bandow said.

First of all, Moscow and Washington must agree on non-interference in the elections, even though, according to the author, it is the United States that is much more guilty of this than Russia, as well as on the prohibition of “operations” in cyberspace. European countries should adhere to the same principles.

First of all, Moscow and Washington should agree on non-interference in the elections, although, according to the author, the United States is much more to blame for this than Russia, as well as on the prohibition of “operations” in cyberspace. European countries should adhere to the same principles.

Among the important conditions, the expert called the termination of the expansion of NATO.


“Most importantly, the United States must promise that neither Georgia nor Ukraine will appear on the list of member countries of the alliance. This is not in the interests of America, ” he said.

In conclusion, the former special assistant to the US president advised the Russian and American leaders to go “to some kind of bargain”, for example, in the fight against terrorism or on the issue of relations with several Middle Eastern and Latin American countries. We are talking about Cuba, Venezuela, Syria, Libya, and others.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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