China will have to confront the Three T’s of Trump, trade, and Taiwan, as well as the progressively unfolding and American-provoked New Cold War that it’s involved in with India, but Beijing could make positive geopolitical progress so long as its New Silk Road plans in Pakistan and ASEAN aren’t derailed by Hybrid War.
The Russian-Japanese detente will incrementally continue, but the future of Northeast Asia is contingent on what happens with the two Koreas, as this could either lead to the formation of a Regional Quartet or two separate blocs.
A remarkable geopolitical shift has taken place in this part of the world as the traditional pattern of friends and adversaries is broken. India and Pakistan have been in opposite camps since the partition of the subcontinent in 1947.
The US’ original plans for the Pivot to Asia have largely been reversed in favor of China, though Washington still has a few tricks up its sleeve through Hybrid War and the “Lead From Behind” stratagem in making up for its recent setbacks.
The Eurasian Heartland can expect to immensely benefit from the Russian- and Chinese-led integrational projects being advanced in this region
The current situation in Europe is not something extraordinary. This was in some way predicted. Moreover, several times forecasts were made by people who had opposing views on the political system in this part of the world.
The victory of Trump will probably make some great changes in Europe.
Trump gives us great opportunities. I mean that there is a real chance to get rid of globalists dictatorship.
I brainstormed over the days and weeks prior to writing the first word of what would become this article today, I was confronted with a steady flow of information overload, and as I navigate through them in an attempt to make sense
In Syria, the goals of the United States and the goals of Russia are diametrically opposed.
The United States is not in Syria in order to combat ISIS, because ISIS is a tool used by Obama's administration to overthrow Bashar Al-Assad.
To summarize the events of the past month as beneficial to Russia's geopolitical objectives would be a gross understatement. In fact, it was nothing short of perhaps the best month that the Putin administration has experienced.