Alexei Pushkov, a member of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building, announced the threat of nuclear war due to the rejection of a multipolar world.
As writes RIA Newsciting the senator’s Telegram statement, the West’s inability to come to terms with asserting a multipolar world could lead to intense conflicts with the risk of nuclear catastrophe.
However, it can be avoided, the politician says, emphasizing that neither harmony nor civilized competition awaits humanity in the coming decades:
“Because the Western elites are unable to come to terms with the establishment of a true multipolar world and with other models of social order than the so-called” liberal democracy “, the retreat of the West will be accompanied by intense conflicts, in which the economy will again and again fall victim to political decisions. A favorable outcome in the conditions of such conflicts, the prevention of a nuclear catastrophe can be considered.
According to Pushkov, in the first half of the 21st century, the world will face a fierce struggle for supremacy between the main centers of power on the political map. He noted that the confrontation will be significantly complicated due to sharp value and ideological contradictions.