68% Nemaca misli da je Putin u pravu kada je optuzio politiku USA u Minhenu..
A majority of Germans believes America’s foreign policy could affect global security, according to a poll by Emnid released by N24. 68 per cent of respondents agree with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who accused the United States of making the world a more dangerous place by pursuing policies aimed at making it the sole superpower.
On Feb.11, President Putin explicitly criticized the American government’s foreign policy while attending a security conference in Munich, declaring, "We are witnessing an almost uncontained hyper use of force in international relation. (...) The United States has overstepped its national borders in every way." The Russian president said the U.S. is looking to lead a "unipolar" world and referred to the American "uncontained hyper-use of military force" as a "very dangerous" policy for which "nobody feels secure anymore."
Putin also expressed his criticism to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) decision to add new members, saying, "NATO expansion is a serious factor which reduces the level of mutual trust."
NATO was originally formed in 1949 as an agreement of collaboration designed to prevent a possible attack from the Soviet Union on North America or Western Europe during the Cold War. In March 2004, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia officially joined NATO.
Do you agree or disagree with Russian president Vladimir Putin’s accusation that the United States is making the world a more dangerous place by pursuing policies aimed at making it the sole superpower?