The US gains and the world pays

2022-04-24 0 By

Analysts have pointed out that the United States is the real initiator of the Ukraine crisis.Up to now, the United States is still trying to profit economically and politically from the crisis. While enriching its own military-industrial complex with the crisis, it continues to demonize Russia as a security threat to Europe, block Europe’s pursuit of strategic independence, and thus consolidate American hegemony.When it comes to the impact of the Ukraine crisis on European soil, European countries bear the brunt.Many Ukrainians have left for other European countries, and how to deal with them has become a thorny issue for European countries.The Crisis in Ukraine has had a serious impact on global energy and agricultural trade, endangering the global economic recovery.The entire international community has to pay for a conflict that the United States started.According to the United Nations, 2.2m Ukrainians have fled their homes since the conflict, and the number could exceed 4m in the future.According to Newsweek, such a large movement of people has not been seen in Europe since World War II and could cause serious economic and political problems for the receiving countries.Slovakia, for example, has declared a state of emergency because of the influx of Ukrainians.The energy and food crises triggered by the Crisis in Ukraine are also causing headaches in Europe.The EU is heavily dependent on Russian energy.Energy prices in European Union countries are rising after the West announced sanctions against Russia.Ukraine itself is the breadbasket of Europe, and food prices in Europe have been rising recently, driven by higher energy prices.Economic experts in a number of countries have warned that the crisis in Ukraine will push up inflation by raising the price of commodities such as food and energy.As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it will pose a severe challenge to global economic recovery. Developing countries with a single economic structure and weak economic foundation will feel the spillover effects of the crisis more clearly.The Website of The Boston Globe said that not all the world is at war with Russia.In fact, most of the three continents — Asia, Africa and South America — are either still cooperating with Russia or trying to project an image of neutrality.According to an article on the website of the Wall Street Journal, many non-Western countries do not believe that the West is willing and able to manage the economic impact of the Conflict between Russia and Ukraine in a way that protects the interests of non-western countries.