Has Medvedev Upset the Russian People?

Stay tuned for tomorrow (Monday). This spot will be on what has just come out of Medvedev’s actions about Libya. I am going to let it ride a day and see what happens. I can tell you first hand though. There are some upset Russians running around…

Russia joins UN sanctions against Libya and Muammar Gaddafi:
Russia has joined the UN sanctions against Libya and Muammar Gaddafi. President Dmitry Medvedev has signed a decree on Russia’s implementation of the resolution on Libya, which was approved by the Security Council on March 17. The presidential decree in particular bans flying to Libya via Russia’s airspace…

Russia ‘backs’ NATO action in Libya:
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Friday gave his backing to a UN Security Council resolution which authorized international military action in Libya…

Medvedev imposes sanctions on Libya:
President Dmitry Medvedev has signed a decree to implement UN Security Council resolution 1973 that introduces sanctions against the Libyan regime…

This is a Medvedev decision and only a Medvedev decision. So lets see what is happening tomorrow and I will update this article on the word, that is out and about…

Hummm…

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Update: The answer is YES! For someone that might contemplate a run for president again he has a knack for shooting himself in the foot. The bottom line is that Libya is considered by many to have been a partner with Russia, just like Iran, Syria, Cuba and  Venezuela. Libya was a huge arms sale country for Russia. The fact that Medvedev kisses up to the West has now become a major topic of discussion and I run into the topic everywhere I go. Even when I traveled to Ukraine it was a serious topic for Ukrainians. The mind set was like this, If Russia turns a blind eye on partners then what good is a relationship with Russia. Russia needs to be the beacon of balance against the West…

Humm I found that thinking interesting and truthful…

Kyle


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