Publish dateWednesday 10 July 2024 - 09:14
Story Code : 293286
NATO is very concerned about the strengthening of relations between Russia, China and India
While the Secretary General of NATO announced the goal of Moscow and Beijing to defeat the United States and the coalition in Ukraine, Western analysts believe that the North Atlantic Treaty will have no place to continue in the multipolar world where Russia, China and India are the main power centers.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): According to the international group of Tasnim News Agency, the American newspaper "The Hill" has reported that the North Atlantic Alliance may collapse, because its mechanisms for a multipolar world in which Russia China and India are among the main centers of power, they have not adapted.

This publication predicts that at the NATO summit in Washington from July 9 to 11 (22-29 Cancer), which will be held on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the alliance, the representatives of the member states will review the cooperation agenda for the next 75 years. But now there is no certainty that NATO can last this long.

The Hill newspaper notes that after the Cold War, European countries and Canada have lost their defense capabilities, which has weakened the alliance. Moreover, NATO was created in a bipolar world where the center of power was the United States and the Soviet Union. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, NATO continued to exist in a unipolar world order, and Washington easily maintained its leading position in the alliance. In this structure, strict decision-making mechanisms were formed that lacked flexibility.

This American publication emphasizes that NATO now exists in a multipolar world where Russia, China and India are recognized as the main power centers. The international situation has become much more complicated and chaotic than in the past. The NATO alliance, which has historically focused on collective defense, no longer meets the current needs, and changing its use and restructuring to adapt to the multipolarity of the world requires a lot of efforts and costs that have not yet been taken into account.

Blocs and coalitions in the new world order may retain their marginal role, but their importance seems to be diminishing, the newspaper noted. Instead of trying to revive them, it is better to create new organizations that are more flexible, and thus NATO will probably disappear over time.

Hill predicts that by its 100th anniversary in 2049, the NATO alliance will likely no longer exist.

Stoltenberg: The goal of China and Russia is to defeat the United States and NATO in Ukraine
In another news, it is reported that Jens Stoltenberg, the Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, in an interview with the CBS television channel, expressed his opinion that Russia and China are seeking to defeat the United States and NATO in the Ukraine conflict.

Stoltenberg added that Russia's victory in the Ukraine conflict will strengthen the position of Putin and Xi Jinping. Moreover, this crisis shows how close the relations between Russia, China, North Korea and Iran have become.

The secretary general of the alliance announced that the NATO summit in Washington will discuss the defense spending and the unity of the member states against the threat posed by China and Russia to NATO. According to him, in the current situation and the continuation of the conflict in Ukraine, the United States should not distance itself from NATO.

Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal wrote that in the final statement of the NATO summit in Washington, the member states of the alliance will condemn China for its support to Russia. The bloc accuses Beijing that its ambitions and "politics of coercion" have challenged NATO's values, interests and security.

According to Tasnim, this is despite the fact that the spokesperson of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mao Ning, asked NATO to reconsider its role in creating the crisis in Ukraine in early July. According to him, this bloc interferes in China's internal affairs and distorts the country's domestic and foreign policies, which will endanger China's security and is unacceptable.
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