January 16th local time, Medvedev, former Russian President and current Vice Chairman of the National Security Council, published the title “America After the General Election 2.0” on the Tass.
The editorial article attacked the existing international policy of the United States and also predicted the future development of Russia-US relations.
Medvedev said: “Now it is difficult for all countries in the world to cooperate with the United States, and the United States is beginning to become more and more unpredictable.
Specifically, the United States began to care about the interests of other countries, as well as various regional and international organizations, and hoped that the American political class could assume certain international responsibilities.
In addition, Medvedev stressed in his article that the current chaos in the United States, including the impact on Congress, shows that the events that the United States once agitated when “democratizing” other countries are now beginning to happen in the United States.
The “cold civil war” in the United States will peak in the next few months.
In his article, Medvedev also predicted the future Russian-US relations.
He believed that the new U.S. government is likely to continue to implement anti-Russian policies, and that changes in the President of the United States will not lead to changes in the basic policies of the United States towards Russia.