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Russia and China can build new world order – political scientist

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posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 10:24 PM
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rt.com...


As the leaders of two of the world's biggest and fastest-growing emerging economies meet in Moscow, political analysts predict the strategic co-operation between the two nations could shift the balance of power in the world.



"I believe the world is now at a historic crossroads,” Dr Kiyul Chung told RT. “Or some may say the world is at the brink of either being subdued or overcoming the US/NATO military intervention in Libya, [which is] now moving possibly to Syria or even to Iran, if Russia and China, or [the] Shanghai Co-operation Organization are [too] weak to stop US-led NATO military aggression in [the] North African region  So I hope Russia and China [can] lead this new global movement to balance the power in the world, so they can build new world order where no more unilateral, aggressive or even colonial methodology [is] being put into a sovereign nation such as Libya"[\quote]




posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 10:29 PM
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The recent SCO meeting gives a lot of credence to this idea. It is looking increasingly likely that an anti-western alliance will come out of the region to fight back against the encroachment of the US with their missile defense system that is encircling Russia, China, etc.


Ahmadinejad’s address to fellow heads of state at the summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Kazakhstan will probably deepen suspicions that the bloc is intended as a counterweight to the United States across the region. In a declaration signed by all the member states, the group also attacked missile defense programs, another apparent dig at the United States.

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posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 10:37 PM
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Seeing as how Russia Today is just another arm of the people who want a nwo this is quite interesting.
edit on 16-6-2011 by BlackStar99 because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 11:32 PM
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It is very rare that great neighboring powers grow peaceful side by side. The moment the U.S. stops messing in world affairs (say if someone like Ron Paul becomes President or if the U.S. economy totally collapses), the Chinese and Russians will once again be at each others throats just like they have been for the past hundreds of years.



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 03:17 AM
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Originally posted by Vikus
It is very rare that great neighboring powers grow peaceful side by side. The moment the U.S. stops messing in world affairs (say if someone like Ron Paul becomes President or if the U.S. economy totally collapses), the Chinese and Russians will once again be at each others throats just like they have been for the past hundreds of years.


Indeed.

All the moreso when you consider the population dynamics of the two nations, their size, and their resources. The future of Siberia is Chinese. But it won't be a smooth or pleasant transition for anyone.



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 03:36 AM
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They've been controlling both sides of the opposition since any of our births.



posted on Jun, 17 2011 @ 05:59 AM
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It's more an opinion piece based on hope than facts. It's not new that certain nations suffer from megalomania. Russia does not have the economic and demographic backbone to build a new world order. The entire economy is build on gas and oil income. Their infrastructure needs to be replaced seriously and their military is not only corrupt but very much outdated.

China on the other hand could be part of a NWO, but although China wants you to believe that they are an economic miracle, they have some very serious social and economic challenges that they need to conquer first. Their housing bubble is bigger than that of the US and as soon as the US economy goes down the drain, massive social unrest will be the result.

It's not as short-sighted as megalomaniacs want you to believe.




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