Two Battlegrounds of the Great Game in Eurasia: the South China Sea and the Black Sea. Part 1 of 3

The Great Game of the XXI century is not only about Afghanistan anymore. This time, it is about a struggle by the Land Powers to bite into the World Ocean and to undermine the West’s monopoly over it and the Freedom of Navigation concept. The task of the West is to keep them inside their landmasses. It is certain now that whoever wins this episode of history, will define history until the next leap of Humanity into the new Space domain. The Black Sea (with the Eastern Mediterranean) and the South China Sea are only small episodes of the global rivalry; yet, they are the epicentres of this rivalry in Eurasia and the outcome will have global repercussions.

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Author Ridvan Bari Urcosta
Senior Analyst at Strategy&Future
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