The Abraham Accords
The return of the global balance of power paved the way for major powers to set up a Eurasian chessboard, once again, for global dominance. But this time, the confronting players are the United States of America and the People’s Republic of China, along with Russia as well. These players are confronting each other on a number of fronts—from the Middle East to the Indian and Pacific oceans. China’s growing influence in the Indo-Pacific region has prompted Washington to opt for India as their protégée to counter increasing Chinese influence by playing on the front of the Indian Ocean. Indeed, the containment strategy has again become the reality of the world. On the Middle Eastern front, the US-brokered Abraham Accords paved the way for its entrance in Middle Eastern politics by aligning its staunch allies, i.e. UAE, Bahrain and Israel. The UAE and Israel are working to establish a spy base in the Yemeni Island of Socotra with the aims of monitoring Iran, China and Pakistan. In the following write-up, renowned geopolitical analyst Robert D. Kaplan has thrown light on the prospects of China containment that have become brighter after the signing of the Abraham Accords.
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