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US-Russia relations in the 21st century:
It was the beginning of the 21st century, George Bush was elected President of the United States and Vladimir Putin was the Prime Minister of Russia. After the defeat of the Cold War, Russia completely lost its footing and left a place for the United States without competition in the international political arena. When Putin was elected as the Prime Minister of Russia, Russia once again became a As an international power, it took a breath and began to attack the United States. In January 2001, George Bush was elected president of the United States. The coming to power of Putin in Russia and George Bush in America; US-Russia relations have entered a tough stage of competition.
Under the leadership of George Bush, the United States was trying to take part in international events and issues alone and by itself, and thereby present itself as the world’s superpower, an example of which was the incident of September 11, 2001. , that the United States made a military move towards Afghanistan. Similarly, under the leadership of Putin, Russia participated in international issues with great interest and called itself a partner in international issues.
Putin accused President Bush of trying to instigate an anti-Russian uprising during the 2003 Pink Uprising in Georgia, as well as the 2004 Orange Revolution against Russia in Ukraine.
In 2003, the United States invaded Iraq and overthrew Saddam Hussein’s regime. Russia clearly opposed the US military move to Iraq and called Iraq a country invaded militarily by the US.
Putin’s administration said that the United States wants to reach Central Asia through military invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq and bring under control the natural oil and gas of Central and Central Asia.
In 2002, the United States withdrew from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, and in 2007, it tried to install a ballistic missile defense system in Poland and a radar system in the Czech Republic. The United States claimed that the activation of ballistic systems in Poland and the Czech Republic was an attempt by the United States to protect Europe and the United States from a possible nuclear attack by North Korea and Iran. Seen as a threat.
In 2007, Putin visited Iran and discussed Russia’s cooperation in the nuclear program with Iranian officials. Putin’s visit to Iran raised the reaction of President Bush. Bush said in a message to Putin, “If they want to prevent the third world war from happening, they should prevent Iran and others from developing nuclear weapons and you Don’t help him.”
In 2008, the United States deployed its ballistic missile defense system near the Russian border. Russia responded by saying, “If the United States deploys its anti-ballistic missile system on Russia’s borders, Russia’s response will not be diplomatic, but military and combative.”