The United States and Russia will square off for the third time this year in the UEFA Women’s Championship on July 15. The United States has suffered just one defeat this year, but two losses at the She Believes Cup last month were devastating. Both sides will be keen to avoid another defeat and the next game will be a must-watch. Whether the match is worth the hype is up for debate, but let’s look at the key points to look for.
Both nations have immense natural resources and great environmental diversity. Both nations have their advantages and disadvantages in their political alliances. The U.S. is the largest of the two countries and is a core state in its regional alliances. The Russians, meanwhile, are challenging the U.S. in the European Union. The two countries have a long-standing relationship, but it will be difficult to ignore Russia’s advantage in the nuclear arena.
The two countries are both large and powerful, with different strengths. While the United States is the dominant power in NATO, Russia dominates the European Union. Both countries are incredibly diverse. The U.S. is the most technologically advanced of the two. They have huge natural resources and are hard to counter with the U.S. In the event of war, the United States and Russia would be facing each other in a very competitive game.