Thursday, November 19, 2015

French coordination with Russia over ISIS could lead to end of sanctions

One of the most important things people have to remember about the sanctions that have been imposed upon Russia is that they were not decided upon by a coalition of nations, but instead from a forced policy by the U.S. alone.  And through their bullying of allied countries in the European Union and in Japan, others followed suit with Washington out of fear, intimidation, or from potential financial threats.
But following the ISIS terror attacks in Paris last weekend, at least one nation is bringing up the possibility of ending their stance with the U.S. in sanctioning Russia, especially since the French government is now pleading its case to Vladimir Putin to aid and assist their new war on the Islamic Caliphate.


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