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Is The US Tearing Old Conventions Apart?

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Would a new world order created by the United States isolate its most dangerous adversaries but enlisting its “allies” in tearing the old conventions be beneficial

I believe the United States is entering a new world order in which it will maintain its role as a superpower while refusing to allow another, new power to rise and rule the globe.

As a result, the United States is erecting a physical barrier across the globe. Even though the existing borders will not be redrawn, this will show where the United States does not want its ‘enemies’ to go.

China, North Korea, Russia, and any other country not on its list of ‘friends’ are all targets of this policy of isolation.

A military line drawn by the United States for its allies to help Washington maintain order over a vast geographical landmass is what I see coming.

It’s nothing like the border ‘wall’ built by the Trump administration along the Mexican border, which was built in the United States.

Rather, it will be the Pentagon and White House’s dashboard, where they can keep tabs on the rise of China, specifically.

It will also assist the White House and its military allies in monitoring and securing trade routes, moving military assets quickly and, most importantly, compensating for the shortcomings of the American navy.

While we won’t get into the reasons why the US navy is overworked and unable to protect ‘global’ sea lanes as effectively as it once did, it’s safe to say that China and Russia are exerting enough pressure on the US navy in the seas.

The fact that China has effectively taken control of the South China Sea shows just how vulnerable the US military and navy are in the region. They were powerless to stop China’s incursion into the strategic sea lanes that border Southeast Asia.

Economically and industrially, American dominance in the region is threatened by Chinese influence. Because China has overtaken the United States as the regional powerhouse, the American economy is in some danger. The Asean region was once coveted by the United States, particularly during the Vietnam War, but Washington has since distanced itself from the region.

Despite this, the United States has other ideas. We talked about the United States, Japan, India, and Australia forming a quadrilateral alliance. With this alliance, you can see where the United States and its allies have drawn military boundaries across the vast land and sea masses.

With Israel now recognised as a nation by many Arab states, the United States has also helped bring peace to the Middle East.

Again, we won’t get into the specifics, but suffice it to say that the Arabs will not be fighting the Israelis anytime soon. That is true even in the Muslim world, where Turkey and Qatar are fiercely opposing Saudi Arabia’s dominance.

The battle lines have been drawn in the Middle East, and those who would harm the pro-US allies and the pro-Israel state will pay a heavy price. As we saw in the conflict in Yemen.

However, the United States is also leaving Saudi Arabia aside, temporarily. This is a political decision, but the White House is not ensuring Saudi Arabia’s military security as a result.

However, no one should ever want to start a war against Saudi Arabia. The Joe Biden administration’s stance on Saudi Arabia will have significant political repercussions, but it is all part of a global redefinition of the military lines.

To summarise, I believe the United States is preparing for a new era in military conflicts, and it has strong allies in Asia, the Pacific, and the Middle East to ensure its success.

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