the world is facing the end of the "New American Century" as the US loses proxy wars and economic warfare
'Arab Spring' and the Washington-Brussels-Riyadh Axis
The End Of The “Wars On The Cheap” For The United States
Military and Political Trends Of 2017 That Will Shape 2018
End of History
after the collapse of the USSR, the main counterwight to US global hegemoney the US declared "The End of History"
TEoH would usher in the "New American Century" where the US would be the sole global superpower with no real competition
this would make the US global hegemoney "too big to fail", meaning it would be permanent, thus the concept of TEoH
after the collapse of the eastern bloc there were, with the exception of a weakened Russia and passive China, only a handful of third
world countries who have not yet been subjected to the US hegemoney
Velvet Approach AKA Color Revolutions
the US utulised the "Velvet approach" there in the 90s. this mean backing or creating opposition in the target country, isolating the
country economically and diplomaticaly, running a massive propaganda campaign against the ruling regeime and presenting the US
proxies as "the people" or "democratic movements"
the proxies were ordered to escalate the internal conflict and provoke a reatliation from the ruling regeime which the US would label
"crimes against humanity", "repression", or even "war crimes"
under the pretext of defending democracy, human rights and the people the US would interviene militarily and overthrow the
independant regeime, replacing it with their proxies.
this was pioneered i the 90s in Serbia, South Africa and Somalia
Post 9/11 World
after the 9/11 attacks the US exploited the new geopolitical athmosphere to take up a more direct approach with the "Iron fist policy",
where they would invade and topple any regeime in the world based on "american exceptionalism" and under the pretext of the "war on
the exception to this would remain powers where an invasion would seriously backfire on the US, such as Russia, China and their close
allies (Ukraine, North Korea, Iran…)
after the blunders in Iraq, Afganistan and Somalia the US was left uncontrollable failed states on the one hand and still standing
regeimes on the other which would prove to be too diffiult for the US to bring down with direct miltary action
thus the "Velvet approach" was modernised and applied to those countries, as it gained the name "Color Revolution"
this resulted in the the US proxy wars of the late 2000s, such as in Ukraine, Georgia and the Arab Spring
in this the US relied greatly on local powers, such as Germany, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Israel and others
Failure of US hegemoney
The powers not subject to US hegemoney, primarily Russia, China and Iran have at that time began to prepare for a proxy confrontation
with the US to ensure their survival and the rpotectio of their interests
the Color revolutions failed in many cases, creating failed states (Libya, Somalia…) or outright pushing these states into alliance with
Russia, China or Iran (Syria, Iraq, Yemen…)
at this point the US has reached the zenith of its global power, as it was now on the defensive. US elements are unable to bring down
anymore enemy regeimes (as seen in Russia and Iran), and are struggling with new rising threats, which are in many cases the result of
their failed policies (isnurgencies in Iraq, Yemen, Afganistan and rising anti-american sentiment in Europe, Latin America and the middle
End of the New American Century
with rising and recovering great powers such as China, Russia and Iran who have begun to engage in proxy wars with the US and its
allies and the economic warfare they have initiated by undermining the petrodollar the US is facing an era of decline, both militarily,
diplomaticaly and economicaly, effectively bringing an end to the "New American Century"
should the US fail to disable the enemy great powers soon and fast, which would undoubtebly provoke a direct global war, and is thus
unlikely becaue of the "mutually assured destruction", the US will decline and another global power will take its place, as has happened
troughout history with empires, most likely China, the EU and Russia
The main question now is who takes the new superpower place and how soon will the dollar collapse?
The Future is Now