100 Years of Cooperation
It could almost be considered insane, as mankind stands on the precipice of Thermonuclear War, to make plans for cooperation among nations, especially for any length of time in a volatile region. Russia and Turkey, though, have done just that, with plans for nuclear cooperation for the next century of mankind's existence.
That is not to say that these two nations are free of blemish, but that instead of seeking confrontation and death, as we see in the Trans-Atlantic sponsored 'color revolutions,' but rather these nations seek cooperation and the development of civilization.
This is only one of the examples of the cooperation among nations emerging around the BRICS dynamic that is startling, continuing to develop, and including more and more sections of the globe. These development initiatives stand in stark relief to the Trans-Atlantic war drive, typified by the British and their tool Obama's push for a Thermonuclear confrontation with Russia. With this backdrop of the potential for War, we would like to enumerate some of the most recent development initiatives, from Argentina to Greece to the Koreas.
AT A GLANCE
Briefly, you'll read below that Russia and India may soon sign a $40 billion Oil Gas Contract, China just signed a deal to help build the largest port in the Mediterranean, and 40,500 tons of Coal were the first shipment delivered from Russia, through North Korea, to South Korea. Indian President Modi has revived the proposal to interlink river systems in India, and has laid the groundwork for large scale nuclear energy cooperation with Bangladesh, Myanmar and China. Argentina and Brazil are meeting to further strengthen their economic ties, and as mentioned above, Russia and Turkey have signed an agreement for 100 years of cooperation.