Monday, October 13, 2008

Russia Prefers Obama Administration

Kosachyov, also a senior official in the pro-Kremlin party United Russia, said that before the latest deterioration of U.S.-Russian ties, driven by events in the Caucasus, he was convinced that Obama would be the better partner for the Kremlin.

This conclusion had more to do with the candidates' biographies than their respective parties, Kosachyov said. There is "no big difference" between Democrats and Republicans when it comes to international relations, he said.

Obama's lack of foreign policy experience might actually be an advantage, Kosachyov said. McCain's political career began during the Cold War, while Obama was free of such a historical mindset and could take a fresh approach at rebuilding U.S.-Russian ties, he said.
So do just about every political adversary we have in the world including Iran, North Korea, Cuba, The Taliban, Hezbollah, Al Qaeda, Hamas, China, Syria and now Russia to name but a few.

Now why do you suppose that is?

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