The specter of the “Cold War” hangs over the Russian nuclear discourse

The specter of the Cold War has returned to the forefront of Russian “nuclear discourse”, in light of fears in the United States of America that President Vladimir Putin will resort to a demonstration nuclear explosion.

And as the Al-Jazeera website reported on Saturday, Russian President Putin is likely to use tactical nuclear weapons, at a time when the Kremlin Senate said resorting to the use of nuclear weapons is regulated by Russia’s nuclear options.

Amid this concern about the possibility of Putin carrying out a demonstration nuclear explosion in the Arctic Ocean, or inside Ukrainian territory, the matter remains just an intelligence abuse, given that there is no evidence that the Russian president be ready for a nuclear bomb. proof, and this is what the New York Times reported, noting what she described as “an ongoing debate within US intelligence agencies.”

Fears that Russia will resort to a demonstration nuclear test, preceded by explicit responses from the United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, who warned that the world is one step away from “nuclear annihilation”, referring to the crisis between Ukraine and Russia, emphasizing, in its speech during the conference of the 191 signatories of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, at the beginning of August, indicated that geopolitical tensions were sharpening in the direction of nuclear conflict.