What is the basis of the competition in the Horn of Africa? And what does it mean for the leaders of the Horn countries?

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Friday 15th November 2019 14:14:21 in Aragtida Dadweynaha by Tafatiraha Guud
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    What is the basis of the competition in the Horn of Africa? And what does it mean for the leaders of the Horn countries?

    In this article I would like to talk about issues that are at the top of the agenda in international politics currently especially from the major power

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In this article I would like to talk about issues that are at the top of the agenda in international politics currently especially from the major power


 countries and the regional powers, I got it after watching a movie in mid-2018 called the Red Sea Operation(Operation in the Red Sea) by the Chinese navy. The film explores China's determinations and ambitions to play a leading part in the World politics and to play a foremost role. I also sparked to my mind by a brief article that I posted on my Facebook page which I named as ‘‘All Veto Powers stand at the threshold of the Horn of Africa’’. In the Second World War, two major powers emerged as leading the world in eastern and western politics, it was at the forefront of the policy in the Eastern European countries by the then USSR and its allies WARSAW which flies to the far right of the socialist system, Whereas the western world was led by the US and its NATO allies, these were embedded in the political imagination of capitalism (Capitalism view). These powers became the victorious countries that won the Second World War. 




An immediate territorial competition emerged, with each party expanding its thinking and each wishing to gain more countries and allies to join and sell their approach on the basis of systemic policies. The high demand for these forces is the result of what is known as the cold war. This system cold war policies have clearly been bias to the leaders of the two powers which of course the United States and Russia, The concentration of these large countries has led to the use of smaller countries with one against another, which has created a dangerous perception of war in smaller countries or what it internationally known proxy wars. Beginning in the late nineteenth in twentieth century, a great Soviet country a power that was a thrust of the eastern society had disappeared the Warsaw alliance collapsed, with most of the Eastern European countries plunged by conflict at the height of the Balkan War. The issue of destructive civil wars in Eastern Europe presents an unprecedented opportunity for NATO allies, especially the United States and its leading allies. Eliminated much of the attention and resources that the West has spent on intelligence operations. The strategy and funding of the various armed forces, in particular reduced the budget for foreign policy in those countries. Similarly, the collapse of the Soviet Union made it possible for smaller countries that had previously joined the Russian alliance to join the only existing forces in this time NATO and at the same time adopt the traditional capitalist system. 


Many of these communities are supported in administrative reforms, Government agencies and infrastructure funding by Western countries which they adopted in their vision the emergence of the democratic system, this has led to economic optimism and revitalization for people breathing previously under the socialist system.... Continue..


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