Today we are in the process of a (new Chinese alliance) that already exists, which includes: (China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, Pakistan), and a candidate and is open to the inclusion of other countries that have great interests with China through the “Chinese Belt and Road Initiative”, and we can analyze the shape of the new Chinese alliance with Russia, analyzing the foundations on which it is based, as follows:
This new Sino-Russian alliance constitutes a real nucleus for the formation of a (new strong Warsaw Pact led by China) supported economically and militarily, in the face of (the NATO military alliance led by Washington). And thus establishing a new chapter in the centers of power on a global scale. Therefore, the American strategy issued by the (United States National Security Document) can be summarized as (the Sino-Russian alliance is a red line and a threat to the security of the United States of America, and undermines its influence in the world).
Hence the visit of the Russian Foreign Minister (Sergey Lavrov) to Beijing in March 2021, for a period of two days, for joint security coordination in order to establish a Russian-Chinese alliance, which includes a number of countries allies on both sides, in particular with the increasing American pressures which pushed the Russian and Chinese sides to come closer together with the planning of a deeper strategic context between
And here we see that there is already an alliance between (China, Iran and Russia), which seeks to make a (coalition at the United Nations to face US sanctions and establish fair standards for the use of the force). A number of other founding members of the United Nations joined the Russian-Chinese alliance, namely: (Algeria, Angola, Belarus, Bolivia, Cambodia, Cuba, Eritrea, Laos, Nicaragua, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines , Syria and Venezuela). All are allies of China and Russia and enjoy strong military, economic and political relations with them.
There are indications that (China, Russia, North Korea and Iran), as well as some other countries are seeking to (mobilize support for an alliance to defend the Charter of the United Nations), addressing the use or the threat of use of force, and unilateral sanctions, including US sanctions imposed on certain countries outside the international community and international legitimacy.
These new Russian-Chinese efforts with the participation of 16 countries – in addition to Palestine – establish this group at the United Nations, facing the “multilateral approach” of the American administration of President “Joe Biden” with his allies. confront Chinese and Russian influences, abandoning the one-sided approach he followed from the former president (Donald Trump), which focused on “America First” policy.
Here, Beijing seeks to strengthen its global influence from within and within the United Nations itself, in a real challenge to traditional American leadership. China and Russia have already started forming a group within the United Nations, called the “Group of Friends of the Defenders of the Charter of the United Nations,” sending a message to the international community, in which it claims that:
“Genuine international multilateralism and the call for a multilateral world are currently facing an unprecedented attack, which in turn threatens global peace and security.”
The growing capacities of China and Russia and the development of their relations affect (the shape and nature of the current international system, and the role of the United States in particular in matters of global security, financial security and the system economic), and from here there appears the possibility of (new radical transformations in the form of the new international system led by an alliance between China and Russia in the structure of the international system).
At a near and medium level, the upward trajectory of Russian-Chinese relations can be expected to continue in the face of growing US pressure for greater rapprochement and the mobilization of much of the ” front of friends and allies ”. , and the current Democratic administration of President “Joe Biden” is expected to do the same. Particularly after Washington signed the “Quad Quartet Accord and the New Aukus Defense and Security Alliance”, where the initial policies and statements issued by (the Biden administration) showed it “comes first. plan of its priorities the continuous pressure on China and Russia and tries to influence the relations between them and reduce the front of their allies ”.
From there, the (characteristics of the new world order) began to take shape little by little with (the withdrawal of the United States of America from the places where its forces were stationed in the world), a new policy began which builds on the (old alliance policy), and suddenly the “Aukus Alliance” has appeared, which unites the United States of America with Great Britain and Australia, and here it seems that (the new defense alliance Aukus will be an alternative to US military bases), which are the military bases currently deployed in all regions of the world at present for more than (750 US military bases worldwide), and the US alliance with the signing of the “Aukus Agreement”. It is also part of the (Five Eyes Intelligence Alliance), which was formed at the end of World War II, and includes (United States, Australia, Great Britain, Canada and New Zealand).
The last expected form of the alliance of China in Europe remains, while (France and Germany forming an alliance with China in the face of American policies), following the (policy of going east to l China-Russia alliance), in search of their economic interests and their political and geostrategic advantages.
Thus, the American fear is based mainly because of the escalation of the power of China and Russia and their alliance in a military and economic way, through the mechanisms of the “Belt and Road Initiative” and of the “ Shanghai Cooperation Organization ”, and thus this American strategic tactic came through its withdrawal from Afghanistan, as a strategy, known as: (scorched earth policy), igniting the region which includes Central and Western Asia. , so (Washington has sparked color revolutions in countries along the Belt and Road in Central and West Asia and Eastern Europe to the Middle East), so that extremist groups are used by states United of America during the coming period.
The same previous scenario applies to US policies in the Middle East through (the Arab Spring revolutions), as the US uses these extremist groups in (Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Egypt and Libya), and we find that the success of the June 30 revolution in Egypt and the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood regime And the firmness and survival of the regime of Syrian President “Bashar Al-Assad” so far in the face of extremist currents and the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq “ISIS” was a hard lesson for Washington with the failure of its plan to “allow Islamic political currents to seize power and rule in the countries of the Middle East”.
From there, the Chinese strategy goes well, through (the success of China in bypassing the strangulation by Washington of the trade corridors in the Strait of Malacca and the South China Sea, by the creation by China of the China-Pakistan Economic), which provided another window for China and its ally Russia with Iran’s help on the (Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean), which ensured the (fluid flow of Gulf and Suez Canal oil supplies by pipelines to Xinjiang in northwest China, then distributed to other Chinese provinces).
It has become clear to the eyes that “the United States is no longer in a position to finance its imperial ambitions for expansion in the world”, and as a result Washington is withdrawing and reducing its influence and presence in its former zones of influence (Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and the Arab Gulf States).
As we know, (the United States of America can no longer open many war fronts or establish more military bases around the world), so the US withdrawal from Afghanistan has become big news for US taxpayers, who prefer tax money to go what they pay to be spent at (US internal borders rather than outside its borders), such as: building, modernizing and maintaining hospitals, d ‘schools, roads, etc., and that means: (the transformation of the United States of America and its decline from a superpower to a major country only).
Thus, it appears in light of these new changes in the global power equations, the emergence of (new alliances that include Russia and China, in conjunction with other friendly and allied countries in the Middle East, America Latin, Caribbean and Asia), and other countries in the world, in order to confront the (network of American alliances), with the aim of encircling and restraining this American power with its alliances to harm the interests of developing countries, Islamic and Arab.