Two weeks ago, there has been a small but highly significant event that has been largely ignored, an apparent shift in the UK foreign policy toward Russia. "Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and his British counterpart Boris Johnson have discussed the normalization of bilateral relations".
In the aftermath of which, Theresa May phoned Putin and "both leaders expressed dissatisfaction with the current state of UK-Russia relations and pledged to improve ties."
I recently wrote that Brexit was the result of a need of independance from the EU for Britain to support the US in case of a war with Russia ... Well, maybe it was the contrary and Britain wanted to be considered NOT supporting the US in such a case.
If so, that would be quite stange and the motive of not supporting America must be some extraordinary - dreadful plan from the superpower that is feeling cornered as a hunted boar,
The US today can only count on very few nations to support them, Saudi Arabia, Japan ... ?
In Syria, Washington is ready to sell its skin the highest price as the lone wolf that it has become:
"Pentagon says US ready to target Russian & Syrian planes in Syria".
"Washington is losing all credibility in the strategically pivotal region because it has for too long pivoted between criminal schemes and duplicity."