Quitting BRICS is non-option, as India gains out of its membership — although it is hardly making any significant contribution to the advancement of the grouping.
‘The Others’ Alliances
As has traditionally been the case throughout history, Polish sovereignty is once again in the process of being sacrificed as part of the Great Powers’ games.
Just like France crawled back to the US after being backstabbed by it with AUKUS to do its geopolitical bidding against Russia in Ukraine, it’s now doing the same in Armenia after being backstabbed by the US in Niger just a few short months ago.
Anglo-Saxon strategists develop their foreign policy following their doctrines, and it is clear why the US is interested in Africa.
The grand strategic goal is first and foremost to pioneer a viable alternative to the Malacca Strait, though ideally with the supplementary goal of getting China and the US to jointly cooperate on this in order to accelerate the incipient thawing of their tensions.
The Indian willingness to align with the US is more evident than ever before. The animus against China’s rise was palpable at the 2+2 meeting.
The question is not whether this order should be dominated by one power (unipolar) or by a group of powers (multipolar), but whether or not it should respect the sovereignty of each.
Iran is on the same page as China and Russia and the Arab States in calling for an immediate ceasefire so that conditions are available for diplomacy to meaningfully tackle the Palestine problem.
It’ll now be much more difficult for the Mainstream Media to gaslight their targeted audience into thinking that Russia’s special operation was supposedly an “unprovoked invasion”.
What’s needed isn’t yet other empires replacing ones that currently exist, but the replacement of all empires by the U.N.: an international and all-encompassing democratic federal republic of independent nations.
The West is interested in the creation of another transport corridor, with Saudi Arabia and Israel as the key sections.
It is not only Maldives and Sri Lanka but all countries in the Indo-Pacific region, big and small, including most recently Pakistan too, which are today under Western pressure to take sides.