Russia and China in the Balance of the Middle East: Syria and other countries
by Imad Fawzi Shueibi
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the world has been searching for a new geopolitical balance. All the various models have failed, starting with the unipolar world order of the New American Century. What emerges is not the result of an ideology, but a tectonic shift in the global balance of power, observes geopolitician Imad Fawzi Shueib. The double Russian and Chinese veto related to the Syrian crisis marks the dawn of this new world configuration, which is still groping to find its own operating rules in a complete break with past models.
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Russia and China in the Balance of the Middle East: Syria and other countries [Voltaire Network]