ER Editor: This is a useful short overview of the most recent geopolitical manoeuvrings, which are clearly changing the world order. It goes with these articles we recently published —
The Middle East frees itself from the West
US paranoid about Russia-China summit
Geopolitical Rumblings Leave U.S. Behind
MOON OF ALABAMA
Over the last month we have seen astonishing geopolitical developments.
In February China publicly lambasted U.S. hegemony, launched a global security initiative and offered a peace plan for Ukraine.
On March 10 China mediated an agreement which restored relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
On March 15 Moscow rolled out the red carpet for the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
Yesterday al-Assad and his wife Asma arrived in the UAE for talks with Sheikh Mohammed
Also yesterday, Iran and Iraq signed a security cooperation agreement that will stop the CIA-sponsored Kurdish activities against Iran.
Also yesterday King Salman of Saudi Arabia invited the President of Iran to a visit in Riyadh.
For the last 30 years, the U.S. considered the Middle East as its backyard. Twenty years ago it illegally invaded Iraq and caused 100,000s of death and decades of chaos. Now China, by peaceful means, changed the balance in the Middle East within just one month.
Today (ER: Monday, March 20) China’s President Xi arrived in Moscow for three days of talks with Russia’s President Putin. An article by President Putin was published in the People’s Daily while Russian media published a signed article by President Xi.
The U.S. is afraid that China’s peace initiative for Ukraine will gain ground. It has openly come out against a cease-fire and peace talks. I had thought that was for Ukraine to decide?
It is likely that Putin will publicly endorse the Chinese peace plan while the U.S. is paranoid that peace might indeed happen. It may even want to sabotage the Saudi Iranian deal.
China’s people are by the way the most happy in the world.
Xi and Putin are now running the multilateral global show. Biden and the hapless ‘unilateral’ people around him are left aside.
Featured image, Xi & Putin: Alexander Zemlianichenko/Pool/AP Photo
Featured image, Assad in UAE: Abdulla al-Neyadi/UAE Presidential Court/Handout via Reuters
Featured image, Iran-Iraq security pact: https://english.khabaronline.ir/live/195013/Iran-Iraq-sign-agreement-on-security-pact
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