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Modern Nationalist Endeavors to Recreate Lost Empires - Rediscovering Ancient Pathways

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 14, 2022 at 12:29

It now appearing that the modern alliances between Russia and Turkiye, Russia and Iranian Islamic Regime, and backdoor agreements with China are helping to distinguish a sense that the world these nations are looking at are not compatible. Many of their actions are directed towards disrupting the 'Western' model of global governance and economics, the success of which, strangely, will be focusing on Middle Eastern issues of maneuvering around the nuclear threat of the multiple players and forcing submission against Israel.
Many nations are represented, both ancient and modern: which will win out? That depends upon who is following the ancient script.

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