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Russian political analyst Lilia Shevtsova believes that Russia's foreign policy seeks to promote the rule of the Kremlin in the world, and not on the country's isolation in the international arena.

This Shevtsova wrote in his blog on the website "New time".

"The Kremlin does not want to isolate Russia and he wants to return to the formula described by English philosopher Isaiah Berlin in 1946:" It (Russia) is ready to participate in international relations, but it wants other countries were not interested in its affairs. In other words, it seeks to separate itself from the rest of the world, without isolating him. "So we went back in the USSR, who once lived on this formula," - she said.

According to the expert, if Ukraine not occurred Maidan, Russia still would have found another way to start a conflict, because otherwise, Putin can not retain its credibility in the country.

"The Russian authorities were forced to move to a model of oppression and military-patriotic mobilization that has already shown its inability to hold afloat the Soviet Union. We see plenty of evidence to suggest that the Russian system has passed the stage of agony. It is impossible to predict how long the agony of this time. Five, ten, twenty years - who knows. Similarly, no one knows what will be the end of it. But it has to come to an end "- summed up Shevtsova.

As reported by the "Observer", Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to create joint forces from seven countries. In Russian
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