The G7 Meeting in Cornwall – A Distant Corner of Britain to Set New Rules for the Four Corners of the World

US President Joe Biden is a man on a mission.  He and UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who’s hosting the Group of 7 (G7) top global economies, in the UK as this year’s presidency of the bloc, are looking to save “Western civilisation” from the rise of the East. This perceived threat is mainly arising out of Asia in the form of China’s fiery-dragon economy, Russia’s militarily-confident bear and the plethora of other so-called competitor powers, as first identified by the US 2018 National Security Strategy, in the form of Iran, North Korea, among other so-called “revisionist” parts of the developing world including Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua and Sudan among others. This notorious list of countries is almost as lengthy as the economic sanctions Western governments have piled up on an increasingly “dissident” developing world.

This article was written by Chris Devonshire-Ellis and Bob Savic. 

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