I'd say Putin doesn't dislike us for all of that stuff - he dislikes us because we're responsible for the collapse of Russian empire (i.e. the loss of the Ukraine, the various stans, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, the Baltic states and the Warsaw Pact, which might eventually have been annexed to Russia), and we've continued to knock down traditional Russian client regimes like so many dominoes, with the most recent victim being Gaddafi. At the time of Bush I's Chicken Kiev speech in 1991, I thought it was timid. In retrospect, I understand why he was cautious. The problem is that when you're dealing with the rulers of an empire armed with 20K nukes, you also have to factor in the possibility of them pulling down the temple over all of our heads.
The term BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) means the block of countries which are outside of the US/British/European money and banking system (IMF, BIS etc. Derivatives-R-US etc.) and might actually survive when that system finally collapses, which it will unless something radical happens.