The Coming American-Russian Alliance Against China, by Harry Jenkins.
While the progressive left sees a Russian spy around every corner, there is a very real possibility that Washington and Moscow will collude for a very big reason — and soon.
Both nations have a reason to fear a coming change in the international order that will impact them both. And as history shows us time and again, a rising power that seeks to overturn the international system can make the most dedicated enemies join forces — and fast.
I can only be talking about one thing: a growing and more powerful China.
No one should be shocked by such an assertion. The simple fact is that we could very well be at the start of a colossal shift in how America and Russia view each other as they gear up to take on a much bigger foe. And we should be clear: if projections hold, the Chinese economy will someday surpass America’s and Russia’s — combined. As economic power translates into clear military strength, the writing could be on the wall for what may come.
Along with India and Japan.
hat-tip Stephen Neil