Seventy years after the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty and the formation of the Atlantic Alliance, the West's most powerful and enduring military bloc is suffering from deep systemic dysfunctions.
After centuries of being played against one another, the Central Asian states have linked arms to advance their common welfare.
The proposed military branch is not just a stunt or a campaign promise. It is a path to a better future.
History has shown that a U.S. policy that relies on Chinese pressure on North Korea will fail, and that progress toward peace can only be achieved despite Beijing’s involvement, not because of it.
Suddenly, Russia has emerged as the Middle East's indispensable nation.