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INDIA TAKES THE STAGE - PART VI
FTW Military/Veterans Affairs Editor
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September 28th 2006, 2:17PM [PST] - When we look at the geopolitics of today, to which India has now been centrally drawn, the pace of the Cold War’s rivalries, and its impact on the world system, seems almost stately. A first tipping point came with the economic crisis that hit the US around 1970 as a result of, among other things, the Vietnam occupation. This was over 30 years after World War II had started, the last major punctuation. Then the time from Nixon’s resolution in 1973 until the break-up of the Warsaw Pact alliance was another 26 years. But with the fall of the Soviet Union in 1989, the invasion of Iraq took a mere two and a half years. Ten years later, the World Trade Center crashed into a toxic dust cloud, and one and a half years after that the US invaded Iraq again, this time to stay.
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