Under what conditions will we open to Russia
The first is certainly linked to its military equipment. Russia is the first nuclear power in the world , it has a modern atomic arsenal of about 6,000 warheads, therefore capable of destroying the planet several times. It also has one of the largest conventional armies in the world, by far the largest in Europe. War force is the basic measure by which states evaluate each other. It is known that Thucydides considered it to be the basis of the rivalry between Athens and Sparta. Large concentrations of military power are inherently dangerous, regardless of political intentions or regimes.
The aggravating circumstance in the case of Russia, and here we come to the second reason, is that in recent years that power has been used to invade two neighboring nations, openly threaten the United States and its allies to use nuclear weapons. Moscow has also amassed forces on the NATO frontiers and conducted destabilizing tactics in the countries of the Atlantic Alliance . Such a power is clearly a threat. Given the forms in which it manifests itself, it would be irresponsible for Washington and associates below.