The case over the poisoning of former spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, with a nerve agent, has likely put Britain and its western allies on a new course similar to the late Cold War against Russia.
And yet, while Rwanda, a small East African country heavily and financially supported by Britain, has repeatedly undertaken operations to harm its nationals living in UK in exile, nothing substantial has been decided by the British government to stop that country from violating its territory for criminal activities.
Unless Britain considers lives of exiled Rwandans living in UK not worth as much as those of the Russians who fell supposedly victims of their government on British soil.
This would be another type of racism, where lives of black people would be seen not as important as those of white folks. This perspective is worth looking into if one objectively analyses all the possible consequences (mainly diplomatic and economic) of the stand of Theresa May government on the issue of Sergei Skripal.