Recarving of Borders

Igor Muradyan

Story from Lragir.am News:
http://www.lragir.am/engsrc/comments23896.html

Published: 11:33:14 - 24/10/2011

The United States is actively engaged in political and geopolitical
ensuring of the withdrawal or partial withdrawal of its troops from
Afghanistan, as it is trying to present. First it is necessary to
prepare the `soil' in Central Asia, which is necessary to control the
whole of Eurasia. Apparently, the military and political presence of
the U.S. will be increased in this area, while it remains unclear what
will happen to the south of the region, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Afghanistan has never been an end in itself in the U.S. strategy, but
just an arena of implementation of inner American strategy to fulfill
the main repression of China, as well as to control the South and
Central Asia. It makes no sense to continue the operation in
Afghanistan. The reason is not the fact that it turned out impossible
to ensure a controlled situation here. The U.S. came out unable to
control Pakistan, as the main `headache' in the region, with the help
of influence in Afghanistan.

Pakistan, along with Turkey, is becoming a more uncontrolled partner
of the U.S. and there is a tendency of complete exit of control.
Moreover, right the situation in Afghanistan, where Americans more or
less successfully inhibit a variety of brutal purposes, allows
Pakistan to express and deal with different, openly hostile affairs
against the U.S.

Along with various anti-American actions of Pakistan in Afghanistan,
this country becomes an actor in the pro-China block and goes on
harming to the interests of India, a U.S. partner of priority in the
large South and Central Asia region and a fundamental actor in the
policies of repression of China. The U.S. has tolerated this behavior
of Pakistan until there were hopes for its `betterment' and revision
of foreign policy. But it is not happening and will never happen.
Pakistan has been the heart of brutality since the very beginning of
its creation and it goes on being such.

The assistance and support of Saudi Arabia, U.S. partner, which became
the man sponsor of the nuclear and military programs of Pakistan, do
not lead to the limitation of the Pakistani ambitions at all.

There are no doubts that the U.S. started a process of political and
technological fragmentation of Afghanistan and Pakistan on
regional-ethnic grounds. Apparently, Americans decided that this
policy will first of all become the reason of political and military
powerlessness of these states, and secondly, the atmosphere of total
chaos will lead to better results in the policy of repression of
China. This version has always been a reserve one in the U.S. policy,
but the Americans, anyway, hoped for a different outcome of their
large-scale efforts.

This nightmarish prospect will undoubtedly have a strong impact on the
South Caucasus. The region will need to strengthen the protection that
would lead to greater external dependency of the region. However, the
role and importance of the South Caucasus in the U.S. geostrategy will
increase significantly. This prospect worries much Iran and China, and
Russia.

Turkey and its satellite Azerbaijan will try to get some benefit from
this new situation, but no one can say for whom all this will result
in big trouble. A new global game begins, and there will be no place
for regional intrigues here. But the biggest problem, of course, is
the leveling and the removal of Pakistan's nuclear potential. Do
Americans plan to carry out this operation? Does the U.S. need
partners in carrying out this operation