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Economic lessons from the Ukraine crisis
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Economic lessons from the Ukraine crisis

As part of a policy of sanctions and intimidation, the West seeks to exploit Moscow's economic revenues reliance on energy relations with Europe, as well as markets, financial centers and banks, to force concessions and impose heavy security and political costs on the country.

NOURNEWS - The Vienna talks between Iran and the 4+1 group are taking place with a focus on lifting sanctions as the West seeks to hint that the solution to the country's problems depends only on cooperation with the West and the use of the global financial network. By setting deadlines and blaming Iran, the West is seeking to turn the Vienna talks into place to achieve its unilateral goals, and recent developments in Ukraine and the West's behavior have revealed important real-life facts worth pondering. U.S. intervention and misconduct, combined with the problematic and irresponsible behavior of NATO and Europe, eventually pushed the Ukraine crisis into the military arena and the war between Russia and this country. It is worth noting that the economic messages and lessons of this crisis result from European and American policies against Russia. By focusing on working against Russia's energy revenue and the Nord Stream 2, or transferring energy from Russia to Europe, the West has played a major role in countering Russia's energy potential, reducing revenues, and creating economic problems for the country. On the other hand; The West used its hegemony over the world's financial centers and the use of Swift and banking transactions as a tool to extort money, all of which were used to strangle Russia financially. As part of a policy of sanctions and intimidation, the West seeks to exploit Moscow's economic revenues reliance on energy relations with Europe, as well as markets, financial centers and banks, to force concessions and impose heavy security and political costs on the country. A look at what the West is doing these days against Moscow, under the pretext of its support for Ukraine, once again reveals the fact that relations with the West are not reliable, and that the West has a completely one-sided view of relations with states. Also shows that west does not have a commitment approach and its commitments and promises cannot be trusted. The crisis in Ukraine and the behavior of Westerners have taught us the following lessons: First, the solution to the country's economic problems is not through the Iranian nuclear agreement and relations with the West, but through an effective and internal resistance economy, and in the field of foreign policy, active and pragmatic diplomacy should be so that the West is not the center of relations but a link in relations with world. Secondly; reducing dependence on oil sales is an important key to achieve a resistant economy. Today, the West uses the tactic of disrupting Russia's energy relations with other countries, such as sabotaging Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2, to put pressure on Russia. Third; the claim that joining the FATF and dealing with the Western capital market is the solution to the problems and leads to success at low costs is deceptive because the West has no obligation to these structures but uses them to control the financial resources of countries in order to exert pressure. fourth; The legitimacy of Iran’s position, which sees the necessity of lifting sanctions completely, verifying this lifting, and an objective and practical guarantee not to repeat what the West did previously.

BY: Pooya Mirzaei


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