Xi’s Trip To Moscow Solidifies The Sino-Russo Entente, by Andrew Koryobko

Say there’s a bully and he decides to bully two other guys because he thinks he can. The two other guys may not like each other and neither of them may be particularly likeable themselves. If the bully keeps after it, there’s a good chance the two he’s tormenting decide to make common cause. And that is the current state of geopolitics. From Andrew Koryobko at theautomaticearth.com:

The impending trifurcation of International Relations will result in the formation of three de facto New Cold War blocs: The US-led West’s Golden Billion, the Sino-Russo Entente, and the informally Indianled Global South. Intrepid readers can review the preceding hyperlinked analysis to learn more about the grand strategic dynamics behind this latest phase of the global systemic transition, while the present one will elaborate on those connected to the Russian-Chinese Strategic Partnership in particular.

These two Eurasian Great Powers had already closely aligned their foreign and economic policies far before Russia was forced to commence its special operation in Ukraine last year after NATO clandestinely crossed its red lines there and refused to diplomatically resolve their security dilemma. This was due to their shared multipolar vision, which in turn resulted in Moscow synchronizing its Greater Eurasian Partnership (GEP) with Beijing’s Belt & Road Initiative (BRI).

The purpose behind doing so was to supercharge multipolar processes across the supercontinent with a view towards making International Relations more democratic, equal, just, and predictable a lot sooner than even the most optimistic observers could have expected. None of this was driven by anti-Western animosity either since both of them envisaged the EU and US playing pragmatic roles in this emerging world order, which is proven by their proactive engagement of each over the years.

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One response to “Xi’s Trip To Moscow Solidifies The Sino-Russo Entente, by Andrew Koryobko

  1. Gary Gindler has China as puppetmaster over both Russia and the


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