INSIGHTFUL: Will the US/West Allow China to Manage the New World Order?
The images of the US leaving Afghanistan in humiliation have entered the history books. Some are comparing it to another Saigon. Yet, this failure is more about of US foreign policy, writ large. In this in-depth conversation, Brian Berlitic provides a compelling argument as to the current geopolitical shift and what it means for relations among major powers. In this interview, we answer the following:
- What is the core of the argument the US has against China?
- What is China’s internal state? (Energy consumption, Digital Yuan, BRI?)
- What does the fall of Kabul say about the future geopolitics landscape of Southeast/Central Asia?
One thing is sure: The current global geopolitical shifts are not to the US favor. And after the images that emerged from Afghanistan, many countries are wondering whether the US is on its last leg of its hegemony.
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