Moscow (Russia) – Western countries have a vested interest in international relations. Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has warned that this would strain relations among the Western countries and make the US-centric world collapse soon. Medvedev was President of Russia from 2008 to 2012. He is currently the Vice-President of the Russian Defence Council. Medvedev also predicted that a new world order would emerge after the collapse of the US-centric world.
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Medvedev further said,
1. World powers have imposed several sanctions on Russia over its military action in Ukraine. This will change the world order.
2. Sanctions imposed on Russia would be fatal not only to Russia but to the entire world, including the nations that imposed them.
3. The collapse of global supply chains of various products has led to a major logistical crisis.
4. Many Western airlines are now facing various problems as they are now barred from flying in Russian airspace.
5. Many countries are facing an energy crisis. This crisis will only get worse.
6. A full-fledged international food crisis will emerge with the prospect of famine in individual states.
7. Instability of national currencies, galloping inflation, and the destruction of legal protections for private property will lead to monetary and financial emergencies, affecting individual countries or whole international blocs.
8. New regional conflicts will break out in places where tensions have remained unresolved for decades, while the terrorists in such places will increase their activities thinking that the attention of the Western Governments is being distracted by wrangling with Russia.
9. Many international organisations, which have proven themselves ineffective in their attempts to settle the Russia-Ukraine conflict, could cease to exist. Medvedev said the Council of Europe would be one of them.