Fragmented region space
photo by Irakli Orgavelidze
Pompeo said the sanctions against Turkey are aimed against the expansion of Russian influence. It may very well be that this is what Washington thinks, although this shows the opposite – sanctions against Turkey strengthen cooperation between Ankara and Moscow, that is, on the contrary, they increase Russian influence.
Another thing is that there is a fragmentation of world politics in general, and regional politics in particular. Situational alliances grow like mushrooms after the rain, which might have seemed wild just yesterday. The Russian-Turkish alliance is from this series, although we are already used to it. But what can you say about the cooperation of the emirates with Armenia, for example. By the way, Armenia in general has the possibility of close cooperation with anti-Turkish-minded Arab countries from Egypt and Syria to the Saudis, as well as with Greece (of course). At the same time, the cooperation of the Turks with the Russians does not at all contradict the cooperation of the Turks with the Ukrainians in the military sphere, and the tension between Turkey and Israel does not at all interfere with the close military-technical cooperation of the Israelis with the Azerbaijanis. And then there is China, which is almost invisible, but it is.
Where are we in all this vanity? We are not, we have the most pressing topic – will BI leave the post of chairman of the GD, who will be chairman of the UNM and why the police did not let Anna D. hang something on a temporary iron fence at the entrance to the parliament. How can you not remember Vereshchagin – I don’t take a bribe, it’s a shame for the state.
Gela Vasadze, GSAC