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It has to be said, Russia is now likely a second rate military power along with Britain and Japan, only that they've a much smaller economy than the latter two.

The military superpowers of the future will likely be America, China and maybe the EU.
 
It has to be said, Russia is now likely a second rate military power along with Britain and Japan, only that they've a much smaller economy than the latter two.

The military superpowers of the future will likely be America, China and maybe the EU.
You're talking a lot shite.


The Big Bang is Coming and the US Military is not ready⚡️

US Navy Admiral Charles Richard has described the Ukraine crisis as "just a warm-up exercise". The Wall Street Journal quoted him as saying.

"The conflict in Ukraine has demonstrated the waning power of US military deterrence. A fact that too few of our leaders are willing to acknowledge publicly," the admiral said. He believes that the US' ability to confront China can be compared to a slowly sinking ship. "It is sinking slowly, but it is sinking because they are using their capabilities faster than we are," Richard added.

In his view, it makes matters worse that the US has lost the race for hypersonic technology to China and Russia, which deserves a congressional hearing. "We used to know how to move fast, but we have lost that art," the admiral said.
 

DS86DS

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You're talking a lot shite.


The Big Bang is Coming and the US Military is not ready⚡️

US Navy Admiral Charles Richard has described the Ukraine crisis as "just a warm-up exercise". The Wall Street Journal quoted him as saying.

"The conflict in Ukraine has demonstrated the waning power of US military deterrence. A fact that too few of our leaders are willing to acknowledge publicly," the admiral said. He believes that the US' ability to confront China can be compared to a slowly sinking ship. "It is sinking slowly, but it is sinking because they are using their capabilities faster than we are," Richard added.

In his view, it makes matters worse that the US has lost the race for hypersonic technology to China and Russia, which deserves a congressional hearing. "We used to know how to move fast, but we have lost that art," the admiral said.

I'm not hoping Russia becomes a second rate power if that's what you're thinking, merely stating what appears to be Russia's current predicament.

If anything I think a strong Russia is needed to balance out the world power structure. I'm all in favour of the Sino-Russian alliance finally providing a proper counterweight to the USA.
 

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