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The relationship between Washington and Moscow has fallen to lows unseen since the end of the Cold War, but the head of the International Affairs Committee in Russia's Senate doesn't believe war is in the cards. In the absence of any diplomatic breakthrough on the mounting list of issues where the U. Russian officials have repeatedly touted its vast nuclear arsenal as a guarantee of its security from attack. Moscow has denied having any plans to declare war on the U.
However, tensions remain in Europe, where Moscow has long complained that the increase of U. Related: British Royal Navy scrambles three times in a month to escort Russian warships. Beyond avoiding war with the U. The tone of his prognosis for the coming year was in strong contrast with the excitement among Russian lawmakers only a year ago, when Americans elected Donald Trump as their next president. The former real-estate mogul sent some Russian parliamentarians into a frenzy with his win, having repeatedly promised to pursue a mending of ties with Russia.
Although Trump continues his Kremlin-friendly rhetoric, he has made no major shifts of policy in Russia's favor, and his appointees have maintained critical lines on Russian actions. However, the shadow of an investigation into alleged improper ties of Trump team members with Moscow during the election campaign looms large over the administration at present, worsened by the intelligence community's consensus that Russian hackers attempted to influence the result.
Russia has denied any involvement in this or any other foreign election, arguing that it is an attempt to vilify the Kremlin in the context of an otherwise domestic issue. Related: U. Navy destroyer arrives in Ukraine as sign of support in Russia rift.
Kosachev also made no suggestion that Russia will change its own behavior, particularly in the theaters of war where the two countries' interests clash most violently—Ukraine and Syria. The closest that Moscow and Washington could come to blows in the coming year would be "unfortunate incidents" where forces clash abroad, the Russian senator predicted. Russia's relationship with the West began its current nosedive with Moscow's annexation of Crimea from Ukraine in , followed by the start of war in eastern Ukraine, where Russia backs anti-government rebels.