People with old Belarusian national flags rally in Minsk. Photo: APPeople with old Belarusian national flags rally in Minsk. Photo: AP
People with old Belarusian national flags rally in Minsk. Photo: AP
Irvin Studin
Opinion

Opinion

Asian Angle by Irvin Studin

How Russia’s response to Belarus could lead to a globalised conflict

  • Russian radicalisation in the aftermath of Belarusian destabilisation could paradoxically trigger an intensification of the China-US stand-off
  • The coronavirus has joined at the hip three theatres of conflict: the Russo-Western; the Middle Eastern and the Sino-American

People with old Belarusian national flags rally in Minsk. Photo: APPeople with old Belarusian national flags rally in Minsk. Photo: AP
People with old Belarusian national flags rally in Minsk. Photo: AP
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