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Currently, there are two global geopolitical conflicts threatening to engulf the world in a World War III at any time.

One is China's possible invasion of Taiwan, while the other is Russia's attempt to annex Ukraine.

The interests of the world's major powers, including China and Russia, are tied to these two conflicts.

There is currently a state of war between Russia and Ukraine, which could erupt at any moment. More than 100,000 Russian troops with heavy artillery have gathered on the Russian side of the bordering eastern Ukraine. Ukraine's eastern regions are home to many rebels, mostly Russians.

The Ukrainian government has the support of European countries, England, the US, and Australia whereas Russia opposes it. Chinese, Iranian, Turkish, and other Russian allies are quietly examining the situation.

The EU, England, the USA, and Australia, are also ready to help Ukraine if war breaks out. Germany and France are reluctant to demonstrate any aggression against Russia as both purchase gas and crude oil from Russia. Especially, Germany wants to resolve the issue through negotiations with Russia to prevent a possible conflict, however, as the time goes by the situation is becoming more and more tense every day.

The United States, Britain, Germany, France, Australia, and many other European countries have withdrawn most of their diplomatic personnel from Ukraine.

To understand the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, one must know the historical facts and current dispute between these two nations.

As the Soviet Union disintegrated and several independent states emerged, in 1991, Ukraine - a large state of the former Soviet Union - became an independent nation and the largest country in Eastern Europe and the second largest country in Europe. Besides Russia, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Moldova, Ukraine is bordered by the Sea of Azov or the Black Sea.

Upon independence, Ukraine declared itself an independent and sovereign country, and developed close relations with European countries.

Viktor Fedorovych was a popular pro-Russian politician who became Ukraine's fourth president in 2010. He refused to establish good relations with the European Union and to sign a political association and free trade agreement with EU. He has strengthened relationships with Russia in many areas, including defence and sharing natural resources.

Ukraine has developed a pipeline through which Russia supplies gas to Europe. One third of Europe's natural gas needs are met by Russia through this pipeline. This gas is also supplied to Ukraine.

Through a system called Nord Stream, Russia supplies natural gas to Germany by sea. In a similar vein, Russia supplies crude oil by sea to Germany, Slovakia, Belarus, Poland, and the Netherlands.

It wouldn't be wrong to say that most of the European countries' gas and petrol supply come from Russia.

Russia believes that, if Ukraine maintains close relations, trade and other agreements with EU countries and gains EU membership, Russia will have to depend on the policies of the EU, UK, and several US European allies. Therefore, Russia does not want to lose control of Ukraine.

Russia wants Ukraine treated like Crimea, another former Soviet state that gained independence in 1991 and is located along the Black Sea. In 2014, Russia invaded Crimea, defeated the Crimean army, and annexed Crimea. Crimea is now largely under the control of Russia.

The eastern Ukrainian regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, inhabited by Russians, are also pushing for the accession of Ukraine to Russia. Ukrainian rebels are supported by Russia.

Most eastern Ukrainians are of Russian descent, and they share the same language, culture, and history with Russians. The rebels are of the same ethnicity as Crimea and want Russia to take over Ukraine. Putin wants Ukraine to join Russia so that it does not lean towards Europe in any way and is free of influences from Europe. Russia does not want Ukraine to join the EU.

In the present situation, where the soldiers with heavy weapons are facing each other, the trumpet of war could be sounded at any moment.

Germany, France, Italy, Poland, and Slovakia are seeking a deal with Russia. On the other hand, the United States wants to use this opportunity to wage war against Russia with the help of Europe and to stop Russia's rising to power.

In November 2013, Ukraine experienced a large-scale public protest that came to be known as Euromaidan. This public protest resulted the removal of pro-Russian Ukrainian President Viktor Fedorovych from the power in 2014. The reason was that majority of people wanted open access and trade with European Union countries.

Then Ukraine's 44-year-old (a Jewish) president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, won a landslide victory on May 20, 2019, and became the sixth president of Ukraine. Volodymyr was a newcomer to politics. As a comedian and actor, he was very popular in Ukraine, but now he is seen as a smart politician. Upon coming to power, Volodymyr promised the Ukrainian people he would end corruption, reduce inflation, improve the status of average citizens and enhance ties with European countries. Volodymyr, however, has failed to implement his agenda in the last four years, which has resulted in a decline in his popularity and political rating.

Analysts say Volodymyr is using a rift with Russia to divert attention from public issues and seeks help from Western countries and the United States to save his government.

President Vladimir Putin, on the other hand, is an experienced and shrewd politician. Putin believes he can force President Volodymyr to accede to Russia with a full military force deployed on the Ukrainian border.

Within their limits, Germany and France have suggested refraining from taking part in the war. At present, Olaf Scholz, Germany's newly elected chancellor, appears to be the most active in trying to prevent a war between Ukraine and Russia. Mr. Scholz regularly meets with heads of state in Europe. On February 7, Olaf Schulz will meet with US President Joe Biden in Washington.

The French President Emmanuel Macron also tried to de-escalate the war-like situation between Russia and Ukraine, but he reaffirmed his solidarity with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

US President Joe Biden recently held a virtual meeting with President Ursula von der Leyen, President Charles Michel, President of France Macron, Chancellor Olaf, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg, President Andrzej Duda of Poland, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom. In this meeting, Biden attempted to persuade European leaders that if Russia invaded Ukraine, all countries would side with the United States and take part in the war against Russia as allies. Then under AUKUS, Australia recently signed a defence agreement with the United Kingdom and the United States. Therefore, if war breaks out, Australia would be a part of it, and the war would spread to Australian and Asian continents.

Joe Biden is disappointed that European leaders have not responded to US requests for action against Russia as the US expected since time is of the essence.

After losing the war in Afghanistan and getting involved in Taiwan's issue, the United States faces constant threats from China. Russian President Putin understands that Joe Biden is a weak US President. Therefore, this is the ideal time for Russia to invade Ukraine and occupy it or force it into acceding to Russia.

President Putin knows that Germany and France will not be allies of the United States in the war. This is because a war would disrupt gas and oil supplies from Russia to Germany, France, and many other European countries. A war would be disastrous for Europe's domestic conditions.

President Biden wants to kill two birds with one stone. As far as Biden is concerned, the war against Russia should be fought by Britain, Germany, France, and other European countries. The European leaders understand and recognise this as a bloody attempt.

The European countries understand that China, Turkey, and Iran will eventually support Russia. As a result of this possible war, other continents will be involved, and World War III will ensue. Thus, European nations are unlikely to engage in a war with Russia.

Concluded on 30 January 2022

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Currently, there are two global geopolitical conflicts threatening to engulf the world in a World War III at any time.

One is China's possible invasion of Taiwan, while the other is Russia's attempt to annex Ukraine.

The interests of the world's major powers, including China and Russia, are tied to these two conflicts.

There is currently a state of war between Russia and Ukraine, which could erupt at any moment. More than 100,000 Russian troops with heavy artillery have gathered on the Russian side of the bordering eastern Ukraine. Ukraine's eastern regions are home to many rebels, mostly Russians.

The Ukrainian government has the support of European countries, England, the US, and Australia whereas Russia opposes it. Chinese, Iranian, Turkish, and other Russian allies are quietly examining the situation.

The EU, England, the USA, and Australia, are also ready to help Ukraine if war breaks out. Germany and France are reluctant to demonstrate any aggression against Russia as both purchase gas and crude oil from Russia. Especially, Germany wants to resolve the issue through negotiations with Russia to prevent a possible conflict, however, as the time goes by the situation is becoming more and more tense every day.

The United States, Britain, Germany, France, Australia, and many other European countries have withdrawn most of their diplomatic personnel from Ukraine.

To understand the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, one must know the historical facts and current dispute between these two nations.

As the Soviet Union disintegrated and several independent states emerged, in 1991, Ukraine - a large state of the former Soviet Union - became an independent nation and the largest country in Eastern Europe and the second largest country in Europe. Besides Russia, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Moldova, Ukraine is bordered by the Sea of Azov or the Black Sea.

Upon independence, Ukraine declared itself an independent and sovereign country, and developed close relations with European countries.

Viktor Fedorovych was a popular pro-Russian politician who became Ukraine's fourth president in 2010. He refused to establish good relations with the European Union and to sign a political association and free trade agreement with EU. He has strengthened relationships with Russia in many areas, including defence and sharing natural resources.

Ukraine has developed a pipeline through which Russia supplies gas to Europe. One third of Europe's natural gas needs are met by Russia through this pipeline. This gas is also supplied to Ukraine.

Through a system called Nord Stream, Russia supplies natural gas to Germany by sea. In a similar vein, Russia supplies crude oil by sea to Germany, Slovakia, Belarus, Poland, and the Netherlands.

It wouldn't be wrong to say that most of the European countries' gas and petrol supply come from Russia.

Russia believes that, if Ukraine maintains close relations, trade and other agreements with EU countries and gains EU membership, Russia will have to depend on the policies of the EU, UK, and several US European allies. Therefore, Russia does not want to lose control of Ukraine.

Russia wants Ukraine treated like Crimea, another former Soviet state that gained independence in 1991 and is located along the Black Sea. In 2014, Russia invaded Crimea, defeated the Crimean army, and annexed Crimea. Crimea is now largely under the control of Russia.

The eastern Ukrainian regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, inhabited by Russians, are also pushing for the accession of Ukraine to Russia. Ukrainian rebels are supported by Russia.

Most eastern Ukrainians are of Russian descent, and they share the same language, culture, and history with Russians. The rebels are of the same ethnicity as Crimea and want Russia to take over Ukraine. Putin wants Ukraine to join Russia so that it does not lean towards Europe in any way and is free of influences from Europe. Russia does not want Ukraine to join the EU.

In the present situation, where the soldiers with heavy weapons are facing each other, the trumpet of war could be sounded at any moment.

Germany, France, Italy, Poland, and Slovakia are seeking a deal with Russia. On the other hand, the United States wants to use this opportunity to wage war against Russia with the help of Europe and to stop Russia's rising to power.

In November 2013, Ukraine experienced a large-scale public protest that came to be known as Euromaidan. This public protest resulted the removal of pro-Russian Ukrainian President Viktor Fedorovych from the power in 2014. The reason was that majority of people wanted open access and trade with European Union countries.

Then Ukraine's 44-year-old (a Jewish) president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, won a landslide victory on May 20, 2019, and became the sixth president of Ukraine. Volodymyr was a newcomer to politics. As a comedian and actor, he was very popular in Ukraine, but now he is seen as a smart politician. Upon coming to power, Volodymyr promised the Ukrainian people he would end corruption, reduce inflation, improve the status of average citizens and enhance ties with European countries. Volodymyr, however, has failed to implement his agenda in the last four years, which has resulted in a decline in his popularity and political rating.

Analysts say Volodymyr is using a rift with Russia to divert attention from public issues and seeks help from Western countries and the United States to save his government.

President Vladimir Putin, on the other hand, is an experienced and shrewd politician. Putin believes he can force President Volodymyr to accede to Russia with a full military force deployed on the Ukrainian border.

Within their limits, Germany and France have suggested refraining from taking part in the war. At present, Olaf Scholz, Germany's newly elected chancellor, appears to be the most active in trying to prevent a war between Ukraine and Russia. Mr. Scholz regularly meets with heads of state in Europe. On February 7, Olaf Schulz will meet with US President Joe Biden in Washington.

The French President Emmanuel Macron also tried to de-escalate the war-like situation between Russia and Ukraine, but he reaffirmed his solidarity with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

US President Joe Biden recently held a virtual meeting with President Ursula von der Leyen, President Charles Michel, President of France Macron, Chancellor Olaf, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg, President Andrzej Duda of Poland, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom. In this meeting, Biden attempted to persuade European leaders that if Russia invaded Ukraine, all countries would side with the United States and take part in the war against Russia as allies. Then under AUKUS, Australia recently signed a defence agreement with the United Kingdom and the United States. Therefore, if war breaks out, Australia would be a part of it, and the war would spread to Australian and Asian continents.

Joe Biden is disappointed that European leaders have not responded to US requests for action against Russia as the US expected since time is of the essence.

After losing the war in Afghanistan and getting involved in Taiwan's issue, the United States faces constant threats from China. Russian President Putin understands that Joe Biden is a weak US President. Therefore, this is the ideal time for Russia to invade Ukraine and occupy it or force it into acceding to Russia.

President Putin knows that Germany and France will not be allies of the United States in the war. This is because a war would disrupt gas and oil supplies from Russia to Germany, France, and many other European countries. A war would be disastrous for Europe's domestic conditions.

President Biden wants to kill two birds with one stone. As far as Biden is concerned, the war against Russia should be fought by Britain, Germany, France, and other European countries. The European leaders understand and recognise this as a bloody attempt.

The European countries understand that China, Turkey, and Iran will eventually support Russia. As a result of this possible war, other continents will be involved, and World War III will ensue. Thus, European nations are unlikely to engage in a war with Russia.

Concluded on 30 January 2022

Syed Atiq ul Hassan,

Sydney-based Journalist, political analyst

P.O. Box: 6470, Silverwater Business Centre,

Silverwater, NSW, 2128

Mobile: +61 479 143 628

Email: shassan@tribune-intl.com
Wakeup guys no one is going to attack russia or china over taiwan and ukraine.

The max they will do is to put more sanctions via UN and boycott economically.

Who will dare to attack or confeont nuclear states for others? They have no sympathy for taiwan or ukraine.

They will just fund the anarchy in ukraine and taiwan to bleed russia and china ...

On the other hand when jt comes to muslim country they will not wait for even a minute if they get a chance to attack another country unless the war is between two muslim country.

Last but not the least read any major religion prediction the upcoming workld war is happening in middle east and no where else.
 

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Wakeup guys no one is going to attack russia or china over taiwan and ukraine.

The max they will do is to put more sanctions via UN and boycott economically.

Who will dare to attack or confeont nuclear states for others? They have no sympathy for taiwan or ukraine.

They will just fund the anarchy in ukraine and taiwan to bleed russia and china ...

On the other hand when jt comes to muslim country they will not wait for even a minute if they get a chance to attack another country unless the war is between two muslim country.

Last but not the least read any major religion prediction the upcoming workld war is happening in middle east and no where else.


China will annex Taiwan and US will do nothing.

Russia will try to take eastern Ukraine but US-China-Turkiye-Pakistan Alliance will take down Russia.
 

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China will annex Taiwan and US will do nothing.
It's not annexation, Taiwan is always part of China, today's Taiwan issue was the aftermath of the Chinese civil war, not Taiwan independence war, Taiwan's official name is still republic of China. If a government was defeated by a rebel army but still managed to hold a small stronghold in the country, is it legitimate for the defeated party to call the stronghold an independent country?
 

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no it don't lead to world war 3. let's face the facts, u.s. and it's nato cronies are in no mood to fight and won't be in any mood to fight for the next 20 years if not more. they just got out of the afghan quagmire and have no intentions of jumping into another one.
 

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no it don't lead to world war 3. let's face the facts, u.s. and it's nato cronies are in no mood to fight and won't be in any mood to fight for the next 20 years if not more. they just got out of the afghan quagmire and have no intentions of jumping into another one.

Western EU does not want to pick a fight with Russia but US, Turkiye and Eastern EU countries are forcing Russia to fight.

Russia is not starting the war as it knows that it would lose the war and Russia would get balkanized and annexed by the US, Turkiye and China.
 

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Western EU does not want to pick a fight with Russia but US, Turkiye and Eastern EU countries are forcing Russia to fight.

Russia is not starting the war as it knows that it would lose the war and Russia would get balkanized and annexed by the US, Turkiye and China.
wrong on all counts. u.s. and its nato thugs couldn't even balkanize the middle east, central asia or afghanistan while they were at the peak of their power show. Russia would chew them up. Russia will keep saber rattling against ukraine, will maintain military pressure while inciting crimea like rebellions eventually dragging ukraine down to its great and u.s. will just sit and watch.
 
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Currently, there are two global geopolitical conflicts threatening to engulf the world in a World War III at any time.

One is China's possible invasion of Taiwan, while the other is Russia's attempt to annex Ukraine.

The interests of the world's major powers, including China and Russia, are tied to these two conflicts.

There is currently a state of war between Russia and Ukraine, which could erupt at any moment. More than 100,000 Russian troops with heavy artillery have gathered on the Russian side of the bordering eastern Ukraine. Ukraine's eastern regions are home to many rebels, mostly Russians.

The Ukrainian government has the support of European countries, England, the US, and Australia whereas Russia opposes it. Chinese, Iranian, Turkish, and other Russian allies are quietly examining the situation.

The EU, England, the USA, and Australia, are also ready to help Ukraine if war breaks out. Germany and France are reluctant to demonstrate any aggression against Russia as both purchase gas and crude oil from Russia. Especially, Germany wants to resolve the issue through negotiations with Russia to prevent a possible conflict, however, as the time goes by the situation is becoming more and more tense every day.

The United States, Britain, Germany, France, Australia, and many other European countries have withdrawn most of their diplomatic personnel from Ukraine.

To understand the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, one must know the historical facts and current dispute between these two nations.

As the Soviet Union disintegrated and several independent states emerged, in 1991, Ukraine - a large state of the former Soviet Union - became an independent nation and the largest country in Eastern Europe and the second largest country in Europe. Besides Russia, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, and Moldova, Ukraine is bordered by the Sea of Azov or the Black Sea.

Upon independence, Ukraine declared itself an independent and sovereign country, and developed close relations with European countries.

Viktor Fedorovych was a popular pro-Russian politician who became Ukraine's fourth president in 2010. He refused to establish good relations with the European Union and to sign a political association and free trade agreement with EU. He has strengthened relationships with Russia in many areas, including defence and sharing natural resources.

Ukraine has developed a pipeline through which Russia supplies gas to Europe. One third of Europe's natural gas needs are met by Russia through this pipeline. This gas is also supplied to Ukraine.

Through a system called Nord Stream, Russia supplies natural gas to Germany by sea. In a similar vein, Russia supplies crude oil by sea to Germany, Slovakia, Belarus, Poland, and the Netherlands.

It wouldn't be wrong to say that most of the European countries' gas and petrol supply come from Russia.

Russia believes that, if Ukraine maintains close relations, trade and other agreements with EU countries and gains EU membership, Russia will have to depend on the policies of the EU, UK, and several US European allies. Therefore, Russia does not want to lose control of Ukraine.

Russia wants Ukraine treated like Crimea, another former Soviet state that gained independence in 1991 and is located along the Black Sea. In 2014, Russia invaded Crimea, defeated the Crimean army, and annexed Crimea. Crimea is now largely under the control of Russia.

The eastern Ukrainian regions of Donetsk and Luhansk, inhabited by Russians, are also pushing for the accession of Ukraine to Russia. Ukrainian rebels are supported by Russia.

Most eastern Ukrainians are of Russian descent, and they share the same language, culture, and history with Russians. The rebels are of the same ethnicity as Crimea and want Russia to take over Ukraine. Putin wants Ukraine to join Russia so that it does not lean towards Europe in any way and is free of influences from Europe. Russia does not want Ukraine to join the EU.

In the present situation, where the soldiers with heavy weapons are facing each other, the trumpet of war could be sounded at any moment.

Germany, France, Italy, Poland, and Slovakia are seeking a deal with Russia. On the other hand, the United States wants to use this opportunity to wage war against Russia with the help of Europe and to stop Russia's rising to power.

In November 2013, Ukraine experienced a large-scale public protest that came to be known as Euromaidan. This public protest resulted the removal of pro-Russian Ukrainian President Viktor Fedorovych from the power in 2014. The reason was that majority of people wanted open access and trade with European Union countries.

Then Ukraine's 44-year-old (a Jewish) president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, won a landslide victory on May 20, 2019, and became the sixth president of Ukraine. Volodymyr was a newcomer to politics. As a comedian and actor, he was very popular in Ukraine, but now he is seen as a smart politician. Upon coming to power, Volodymyr promised the Ukrainian people he would end corruption, reduce inflation, improve the status of average citizens and enhance ties with European countries. Volodymyr, however, has failed to implement his agenda in the last four years, which has resulted in a decline in his popularity and political rating.

Analysts say Volodymyr is using a rift with Russia to divert attention from public issues and seeks help from Western countries and the United States to save his government.

President Vladimir Putin, on the other hand, is an experienced and shrewd politician. Putin believes he can force President Volodymyr to accede to Russia with a full military force deployed on the Ukrainian border.

Within their limits, Germany and France have suggested refraining from taking part in the war. At present, Olaf Scholz, Germany's newly elected chancellor, appears to be the most active in trying to prevent a war between Ukraine and Russia. Mr. Scholz regularly meets with heads of state in Europe. On February 7, Olaf Schulz will meet with US President Joe Biden in Washington.

The French President Emmanuel Macron also tried to de-escalate the war-like situation between Russia and Ukraine, but he reaffirmed his solidarity with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

US President Joe Biden recently held a virtual meeting with President Ursula von der Leyen, President Charles Michel, President of France Macron, Chancellor Olaf, Prime Minister Mario Draghi of Italy, Secretary General of NATO Jens Stoltenberg, President Andrzej Duda of Poland, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson of the United Kingdom. In this meeting, Biden attempted to persuade European leaders that if Russia invaded Ukraine, all countries would side with the United States and take part in the war against Russia as allies. Then under AUKUS, Australia recently signed a defence agreement with the United Kingdom and the United States. Therefore, if war breaks out, Australia would be a part of it, and the war would spread to Australian and Asian continents.

Joe Biden is disappointed that European leaders have not responded to US requests for action against Russia as the US expected since time is of the essence.

After losing the war in Afghanistan and getting involved in Taiwan's issue, the United States faces constant threats from China. Russian President Putin understands that Joe Biden is a weak US President. Therefore, this is the ideal time for Russia to invade Ukraine and occupy it or force it into acceding to Russia.

President Putin knows that Germany and France will not be allies of the United States in the war. This is because a war would disrupt gas and oil supplies from Russia to Germany, France, and many other European countries. A war would be disastrous for Europe's domestic conditions.

President Biden wants to kill two birds with one stone. As far as Biden is concerned, the war against Russia should be fought by Britain, Germany, France, and other European countries. The European leaders understand and recognise this as a bloody attempt.

The European countries understand that China, Turkey, and Iran will eventually support Russia. As a result of this possible war, other continents will be involved, and World War III will ensue. Thus, European nations are unlikely to engage in a war with Russia.

Concluded on 30 January 2022

Syed Atiq ul Hassan,

Sydney-based Journalist, political analyst

P.O. Box: 6470, Silverwater Business Centre,

Silverwater, NSW, 2128

Mobile: +61 479 143 628

Email: shassan@tribune-intl.com
NO......the only way that would happen is Russia leads a gang to invade Israel...mark my word
 

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It's not annexation, Taiwan is always part of China, today's Taiwan issue was the aftermath of the Chinese civil war, not Taiwan independence war, Taiwan's official name is still republic of China. If a government was defeated by a rebel army but still managed to hold a small stronghold in the country, is it legitimate for the defeated party to call the stronghold an independent country?
So when is China taking over Taiwan? Xi jipeng already showed his intent to reunify. What is he waiting for?
 

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So when is China taking over Taiwan? Xi jipeng already showed his intent to reunify. What is he waiting for?
As long as wer are both China, I don't really care. there's no such a country called Taiwan, and what do you mean "intention"? All leaders have this "intention" since 1949.
 

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Russia will try to take eastern Ukraine but US-China-Turkiye-Pakistan Alliance will take down Russia.

Why will Pakistan fight Russians for Ukraine ? Can't Ukrainian fight for themselves ?? Also , let's keep European wars away from overselves. We have no stake there. We are not even going to sacrifice a cow for them.
 

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As long as wer are both China, I don't really care. there's no such a country called Taiwan, and what do you mean "intention"? All leaders have this "intention" since 1949.
In his recent speech I think he said, we will not pass Taiwan issue to next generation. Now You can call it whatever you like, but fact is Uncle Sam has his Navy station at the front door of Chinese mainland. Until and unless a China is able to take control of Taiwan, Uncle Sam will have his foot in China’s from door.
 

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In his recent speech I think he said, we will not pass Taiwan issue to next generation.
Really, maybe I missed it, when?

Now You can call it whatever you like, but fact is Uncle Sam has his Navy station at the front door of Chinese mainland. Until and unless a China is able to take control of Taiwan, Uncle Sam will have his foot in China’s from door.
Uncle Sam tried kicking China's door as early as 1950 in Korea, without much success, they also tried in Vietnam in 1960's , the last time they were at China's door was when they were in Afghanistan, what made you think they can do now what they can't all these years since 1950?

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Why will Pakistan fight Russians for Ukraine ? Can't Ukrainian fight for themselves ?? Also , let's keep European wars away from overselves. We have no stake there. We are not even going to sacrifice a cow for them.

Not Ukraine but Pakistan is playing a role to weaken Russia in Central Asia and Caucuses.

Pakistan, Turkiye and Israel supported Azerbaijan against Russia-Iran-Armenia.

China-Turkiye-Pakistan are playing a role to weaken Russian-Iranian hold in Central Asia through Afghanistan.
 

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