The Russia-China strategic partnership, uniting the Pentagon’s avowed top two « existential » threats to America, does not come with a formal treaty signed with pomp, circumstance – and a military parade.
By Pepe Escobar
Enveloped in layers of subtle sophistication, there’s no way to know the deeper terms Beijing and Moscow have agreed upon behind those innumerable Putin-Xi Jinping high-level meetings.
Diplomats, off the record, occasionally let it slip there may have been a coded message delivered to NATO to the effect that if one of the strategic members is seriously harassed — be it in Ukraine or in the South China Sea – NATO will have to deal with both. Lire la suite Why Washington is Terrified of Russia, China