The US has decided to rent an icebreaker to protect its interests in the Arctic

Will there be no extra icebreaker? In the United States, they came up with a way to cling to the Arctic to push somehow Russia there. They don’t have an icebreaker fleet of their own. The one and a half ships that exist are hopelessly outdated. Moreover, the first floating winter ship of the new type will come off the slipways in seven years when it will have nowhere to turn around. So they decided, without wasting time, to rent something similar from one of their northern partners and stake out a place among the icebergs. In other words, to challenge Russia with someone else’s glove. Not respectable. However, the scheme is working. They do this to whole countries. They rent them for their military bases and never move out again.

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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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