CHINA, RUSSIA UNVEIL FIRST-EVER MEDITERRANEAN JOINT NAVAL EXERCISE | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

CHINA, RUSSIA UNVEIL FIRST-EVER MEDITERRANEAN JOINT NAVAL EXERCISE

Sabre-rattling much? For the first time in history, Chinese and Russian navies will begin a significant joint naval exercise in The Mediterranean Sea in mid-May. As RT reports, Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Geng Yansheng, "The aim is to deepen both countries' friendly and practical cooperation, and increase our navies' ability to jointly deal with maritime security threats," but diplomatically added "these exercises are not aimed at any third party and have nothing to do with the regional situation." Against a background of this week's "upgraded Japan-American military relationship" following Abe's visit to Obama, as one analyst notes, "the geopolitical significance of its exercising alongside Russia will not be lost on the U.S. and NATO."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The US dysfunctional foreign policy on both Iran and Russia has pushed Russia and China into an infinitely more cooperative spirit than ever before.

Sometimes, I look at the outcomes of US foreign and domestic policies and wonder: is a prerequisite for working for the US government the absolute, consistent, and nearly pathological inability to think a scenario through to its logical conclusion?!?!?

Because it sure as heck appears to be!!

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