Many analysts agree that the world has not been as tensed as it once was. That is, until now. Russia, U.S. and China are the forefront of political tensions, with all the parties showing no signs they would let things be.
Nuclear War Brewing
“Today, the danger of some sort of a nuclear catastrophe is greater than it was during the Cold War and most people are blissfully unaware of this danger,” Global Research previously quoted William J. Perry, U.S. Secretary Of Defense.
The quote is now as fitting, given what is happening on the world stage. The lack of clear lines with the situation is what makes things so dangerous.
The world is tiptoeing with every plan, military decision, and words that come from the parties, including NATO. The United States is now working on long-range missiles, but so do Russia and China. The missiles will be capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
Some argue that if there is no war coming, why are countries constantly developing their targeting capabilities and are seemingly against each other? However, it is more dangerous to think that the United States and NATO are trying to promote destabilizing concepts to justify military actions.
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“There is no evidence that Russia contemplates an attack on the Baltic states or countries like Poland, and, given the enormous power of the U.S., such an undertaking would court national suicide,” argued the report.
“Moscow’s ‘aggression’ against Georgia and Ukraine was provoked. Georgia attacked Russia, not vice versa, and the Ukraine coup torpedoed a peace deal negotiated by the European Union, the U.S., and Russia.”
Russia and China as Friends
The destabilizing attempts of the United States may also push Russia and China together. The two countries are slated to conduct military exercises in the South China Sea region by September.
“This is a routine exercise between the two armed forces, aimed at strengthening the developing China-Russia strategic cooperative partnership,” Reuters quoted China’s defense ministry spokesman Yang Yujun.
“The exercise is not directed against third parties.”