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The League of Disgruntled Nuclear Powers
The perceived reality of the pariah status of these states has led to the inability of the world to recognise the evolutions that have occurred beyond its consciousness.
The League of Disgruntled Nuclear Powers consists of Russia, China, India, Iran, North Korea and Pakistan. This group of Nation do not fit into the current “Rule-Based Order” and they are seen as a threat to the current global order.
They are organising and preparing for the inevitable, to take back the power they once lost. I understand the impossibility of the west and its admirers to acknowledge this reality, the interests of others and their right to pursue it within the boundaries they’ve set for themselves.
Also, the fear and unwillingness of losing hegemony, the absolute power signified by the few decades of the unipolar moment which has passed are quite glaring. We await how far you will go chasing down your precious.
This league is led by the DragonBear in addition to India possessing a level of importance just a bit below the two. Although holding different levels of significance, there are other tentacles in the league with nuclear capabilities though with relatively negligible might if compared with the noted three. But with nukes, you only need one.
If you observe the Eurasia continental strip, you’ll notice essentially a continent on which virtually all core members of this group are located. Due to this reality, they have no choice but multipolarity. A tolerance of one another is the bedrock of the global multipolarity they are aiming for.
Unlike the West with America as the sole continental power with no peers and likewise Europe with its two nuclear powers in UK and France, Eurasia not only has 6 nuclear power in Russia, China, India, Iran, North Korea, and Pakistan, but it also has Russia the world’s largest nuclear power and China as the de-facto manufacturing backbone of the global economy.
Due to this reality, Eurasia has embarked on a journey of multipolarity not only in the challenge against western hegemony but also in tolerance of the nations in the region. With the growing capabilities of states like North Korea, the perceived reality of the pariah status of these states has led to the inability of the world to recognise the evolutions that have occurred beyond its consciousness. This evolution is on a collision course with the perceived reality of today.
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