With the crisis in Eastern Europe intensifying, the global world had been thrown into subjectivity as to the dimension which the conflict is taking, while the crisis continued to show the whole world about the dichotomy between the West and East, many are to be learned from the crisis and to the dimension on world politics.
While sanctions continue to reek on Russians owned assets and their oligarch by most Western countries, allegiances continue to intensify for the Russians, based on their owned allegiances which in reality shows the partitioning of the world into two blocs, concise analysis is undergone as to what to knows about the Russia-Ukraine crisis;
A Friend Indeed Is A Friend In Need
While the Europe crisis persist, the conflicts had divided the world into 3 different partial groups, with the first being the West and their supporters, the others are neutral which they are still been alleged to colliding with Russia, while the final groups are those against the sanctions and strongly behind Russia.
In the midst of the ongoing conundrum in Eastern Europe, the ongoing support for Russia had been a thing of headache for the West who had believed that, by collective sanctions among member nations of the World against President Putin, his conquest would be a failure and would come back on its knee.
While the Western countries had predicted such an outcome, they were dashed a hope on their calculations, as Kremlin had forged close diplomatic ties with countries, most especially from the Eastern continent. At the head of support for Russia, was China.
The historical trajectory between Russia and China can be far traced back to the post first world war era when the Chinese government sent some of her bright students to Russia to learn about the then Communist revolution that ushered a new system in the country.
While the present ideology (Communism) operated by China, can be credited to Russia, the diplomatic ties between the two countries had continued to grow increasingly despite the face of upheaval faced by Moscow.
China, a permanent member of the security council had proved to be a bone in the marrow for the US, UK, and France in the council as their plans to bombard Russia with many crippling sanctions had been voided by China, the most populated country in the world had continued on her stance of playing neutral in the Eastern Europe crisis, while most countries of the world concluded on sanctioning Moscow at the UN Assembly, China refrained from such activities, insisting that sanction will lead to economic war which would create enmity between countries that doesn’t have involvement in crisis with Russia or Ukraine.
China had proven to be a trusted ally of President Putin, as normalcy between the countries continue on normal ground, despite the economic war many European countries were fighting with Russia, China continued to strengthen economic relations with Moscow to the detriment of major countries of the world.
In an official statement, China had warned the United States to refrain from any activities that will have an effect on China’s economy, as the western countries are now continuing to see Beijing as a sponsor of Moscow’s invasion with their continued trade.
After China, a country that took the second spot in maintaining diplomatic relations with Russia is India, while Russia is accorded with the spread of communism as an ideology to India, the country repaid back with support for Kremlin.
India is considered the most rising economy in the world, and a victory for Russia would mean a lot in upholding the doctrine of their ideology.
India had remained behind Russia with full support, with every of their vote in support for Moscow, it’s a glaring fact on the glass ground that India is an ally to Moscow.
While others sanctions, India continued arms purchase from Moscow, and never seized any of Russians property.
Another country building support for Russia is Belarus, it was reported that the country officially allowed the Russian armies to pass through their border as a strategic location for invading Ukraine, while countries of Europe banned flight and business from Russia, Belarus took the opposite stance with huge support for President Putin.
Other countries throwing support for the Russians were countries from Africa, most especially Francophone countries. The allegiance of most francophone speaking countries was categorized as a means of looking for another superpower to free them from the interference of the French government, while according to another account, support for Russia by some African countries is due to the historical antecedent of Russia’s nonparticipation in the colonization of Africa, and that Russia’s had played a pivotal role in the helping of some Africa countries to gained independence.
With the growing support for Russia, tensions begin to mount for the Western bloc as to which dimension to go about on Russia, so as to bring President Putin’s invasion to a quick end.