The rose in spring
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- Posted: Fri, 17 Feb 2012 03:42:26 +0000
A small number of analysts have argued that the United States, Russia, and China are conducting a new Cold War framework inside the Middle East. With Russia's and China's economies growing, there is amble opportunity for them to flex power projection in Iran, Syria, and other areas of the Middle East. I'm not so sure that this is the case, as the United States and other countries are overcome with growing dissatisfaction of the conflict in Syria; and that calls for intervention are building up as the days go by. The requests for intervention are pushing Russia, and China further away from controlling the situation in their interests, and into the grasp of Western Powers.
China and Russia are growing in an unstable manner. Much like the US did in 2008 and 1929, The 2 former Soviets are not going to be celebrating for long. Either consumers lose interest in products (In China's case, housing) and they head into a recession or they lose the ability to afford the product and then they get into a depression. Either way, they are in an economic bubble. It'll either lose air slowly or burst in catastrophe.