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Can you please expand upon this?
I was referring to the Marshall plan and the USSR version COMECON that were initiated right after the world war. The two superpowers pumped the European countries that became utterly destroyed during the war with a f*ck ton of cash, this is how Germany, France and the UK became to eventually recover and organise into the regional powers of today with France and Germany and a few other countries forming together to form the predecessor to the European Union. Both USA and USSR supplemented the countries whom entered their sphere of power with help, which caused a rivalry to brew within one another.

What we’re seeing now is somewhat similar, China through initiatives such as the belt and road are building up and securing trade routes through embracing these countries within their fold. Although East Asia is the most likeliest location for hostility to bubble up Africa will ultimately be the most visible playing field for the two powers. Furthermore unlike East Asia, Africa is predicted to reach unprecedented economic growth within this period coupled with its very young population and resources the continent will be a priority for China whom will be facing difficulties in keeping up with its old population. Furthermore there’s also issues within the belt and road initiative so it may end up having a similar fate to the USSRs COMECON which utterly failed. This would be perfect for both the USA and Africa who could arguably get a far better deal in ecxchange for snubbing China.



 
A nuclear facility in Iran faced a blackout just recently. The incident is believed to be a consequence of a cyberattack caused by Israel.
 
A nuclear facility in Iran faced a blackout just recently. The incident is believed to be a consequence of a cyberattack caused by Israel.
Another stuxnet. :farmajoyaab:
 
Another stuxnet. :farmajoyaab:
All these actions from Israel, such as assassinating Iranian scientists and cyber attacking their operations, is to use this nuclear enrichment issue is to keep everyone on their toes and stall any potential diplomatic improvement between the West (mainly the US) and Iran. Moreover, it also deters any prospective easing of sanction that could help bolster Irans' economy, overall strength by extension consolidating their expanding activities in the region. Israel has gained immensely from the current conditions of the region, and it aims to keep it like that.
 

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Forza Somalia!
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I'm actually quite supportive of Iran, and I think many ME countries should be too.

Countries like Saudi and the Gulf nations would rather align themselves with gaal western countries for petro dollars, but feel the need to segregate countries like Iran due to sectarianism. They both share a religion. :lol:
Due to them being just Shia? C'mon mate, it's more than that. It's about different regimes and ideologies in the Gulf and Iran, monarchies vs totalitarian "Islamic" revolutionary. It's about dominance in the Islamic world. The Gulf get along with Oman, although it being an Ibadi kingdom. Saudia and Iran are both awful and harmful to the region.
 
Iran will be unstoppable once the sanctions are lifted, they are already a regional powerhouse despite years of crippling US sanctions and have been karbaashing Gulf counties.
Useless Gulf Arabs on suicide watch kkkkkkkk
Uncle of mine who is also my business partner went there for some meetings he had and he was truly taken aback by their industries. According to him they are incredibly self-sufficient "Even the smallest of bolts and screws are made domestically. You should see their factories. These guys have been going to work!" meanwhile the gulf-states think they're going to run for the next century on gaalo tourism:



 
Uncle of mine who is also my business partner went there for some meetings he had and he was truly taken aback by their industries. According to him they are incredibly self-sufficient "Even the smallest of bolts and screws are made domestically. You should see their factories. These guys have been going to work!" meanwhile the gulf-states think they're going to run for the next century on gaalo tourism:



Still, not going to lie, that video was well made.
 
I was referring to the Marshall plan and the USSR version COMECON that were initiated right after the world war. The two superpowers pumped the European countries that became utterly destroyed during the war with a f*ck ton of cash, this is how Germany, France and the UK became to eventually recover and organise into the regional powers of today with France and Germany and a few other countries forming together to form the predecessor to the European Union. Both USA and USSR supplemented the countries whom entered their sphere of power with help, which caused a rivalry to brew within one another.

What we’re seeing now is somewhat similar, China through initiatives such as the belt and road are building up and securing trade routes through embracing these countries within their fold. Although East Asia is the most likeliest location for hostility to bubble up Africa will ultimately be the most visible playing field for the two powers. Furthermore unlike East Asia, Africa is predicted to reach unprecedented economic growth within this period coupled with its very young population and resources the continent will be a priority for China whom will be facing difficulties in keeping up with its old population. Furthermore there’s also issues within the belt and road initiative so it may end up having a similar fate to the USSRs COMECON which utterly failed. This would be perfect for both the USA and Africa who could arguably get a far better deal in ecxchange for snubbing China.



A lot of folks don't realize just how much the current "prosperous" countries got their hands held by the USA and USSR after WWII. Japan was legit controlled by a US General for about half a decade who oversaw the writing of their constitution:



Can't help but think Somalia's main pitfall was betting on the wrong horse, so to speak. Aligning with and then being on the outs with the USSR was definitely a big part of why we are where we are. In this respect the gulf states definitely got ahead of us by aligning with the USA.
 
A lot of folks don't realize just how much the current "prosperous" countries got their hands held by the USA and USSR after WWII. Japan was legit controlled by a US General for about half a decade who oversaw the writing of their constitution:



Can't help but think Somalia's main pitfall was betting on the wrong horse, so to speak. Aligning with and then being on the outs with the USSR was definitely a big part of why we are where we are. In this respect the gulf states definitely got ahead of us by aligning with the USA.
Yep America has done a lot for Europe and certain Asian countries, it even helped kickstart China to combat the Soviets. Although that sort of fucked up in hindsight lmao I think Somalia rather than picking the wrong horse it decided to pick both, playing the two super powers against one another which was either a form of ultimate stupidity or momentary genius. If only Carter had a more hard line approach to the soviets :kendrickcry: imagine if he was more aggressive like his predecessors.
 
A war between China and the US is very unlikely in this decade. They both benefit from each other economically, and a full-out war between the two is sure to end in a catastrophe, too costly for the winner, the loser, and the world at large.
Open war between powerful countries seems a thing of the past nowadays. They mostly just indulge in proxy wars through smaller, weaker countries. The recent conflict between Azerbaijan and Armenia was a decent example. Lots and lots of regional players proxying between the two.
 
Usually I’d put this of as the typical Iranian flirting but recently they announced this too And Israel too
If the bill is real (expect little journalistic integrity and a great deal of bias from Saudi news outlet), we can assume it was from the most hardline of the Iranian parliament. It will never pass because it goes against the current Iranian effort and their interests.

That Iran has enriched 60% uranium is nonsensical, they're not even half that and anything more would get detected and set off an alarmist narrative everywhere. The guy tweeting is an Israeli, clearly an agenda.

It is not unusual if that is the case. Those two countries have had sea skirmishes as of late. Israel also recently attacked an Iranian ship in the Red Sea off Yemen.
 
@Quasi

The tweet about a prospective increase in uranium enrichment of 60% is correct. Likely a consequence of hardliners in Iran pressuring the ruling administration to respond to whatever Israel is doing, and an Iranian official even said the negotiations they willingly want to pursue to lift sanctions could only be done within the time frame before the next Iranian election, which is the end of Rouhanis' incumbency.

An annual U.S. intelligence report released Tuesday maintained the American assessment that “Iran is not currently undertaking the key nuclear weapons-development activities that we judge would be necessary to produce a nuclear device.”

^I agree with this assessment.

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