The United States "seeks an external enemy" in the face of its "loss of weight in the world".
Following the recent statements in which Joe Biden called Vladimir Putin a "murderer" and said that he will pay a price for alleged Russian interference in the 2020 elections, the president of EKAI Center, Adrian Zelaia, argued that the US is trying to "look for an external enemy" in the face of the "growing nervousness of the US Administration due to its accelerated loss of weight in the world, on the one hand, and due to internal contradictions, that social, economic and internal political crisis".
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