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Global Security at Risk While American Defenses are No Longer Reliable - Foreign Dependence Distracted While Alliances are Changing

Reader comment on item: Fighting the Last War

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 26, 2022 at 16:42

The current wartime circumstances are encountering wavering allegiances as the Russian has erstwhile arrangements with many who have no longer any assurances from the current American 46th Administrative Chief Executive's Offices; to the contrary, as Dr. Pipes might observe, such reliance may be under the misgivings of who does actually rely upon American defense posturing when their view of the IRanian Islamic Regime's overtures with the Russian in the Ukraine are in view.
The Russian Iranian collaboration gives a peculiar sense that more than drones are at stake. It has been noted that Russian nuclear technology along with a North Korean influence is operating in the background, waiting for the right moment to be released and no one will be able to appropriately respond. The delivery systems are already operational: just when they reach nuclear parity is the only question left.


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