The world is returning to division into three camps, as in the era of the Cold War










The world is returning to division into three camps, as in the era of the Cold War

The last days have been very rich in various UN resolutions. And last Thursday, November 15, 2018, the Third Committee of the UN General Assembly submitted for voting a draft resolution on which Iran is declared a country where the most important human rights are clearly not observed, the most important principles of democracy and freedom are flagrantly violated, etc.

The de jure initiator of this resolution is Canada, but it is completely clear to all that the main de facto initiator is the southern Canadian neighbor.

General voting results: 85 countries nevertheless approved the adoption of this document, and 98 to some extent did not support this resolution (68 of them abstained and 30 voted against).

This vote once again revealed among the UN member-states of three, well-defined camps, which very clearly reminded the situation during the Cold War.

Against the initiative of the North Atlantic hegemon made two camps. First, traditionally pro-Russian, largely consisting of states that previously supported the USSR: the Russian Federation itself, India, China, Belarus, North Korea, Cuba, Armenia, Serbia, Bolivia, Cambodia, Burundi, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Venezuela, Nicaragua and Vietnam.

Secondly, it is pro-Islamic and anti-American (Iran, Pakistan, Oman, Lebanon, Indonesia, Iraq, Eritrea, Syria, Afghanistan, Brunei). In some cases, the second camp merges with the first (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan; however, Tajikistan modestly abstained, apparently hoping for transatlantic financial assistance).

Particularly surprising is the presence on the list in the Islamic camp among the countries that voted against such seemingly quite pro-American puppet regimes like Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan. And, of course, for India and Pakistan to vote the same way, this is also a rarity, which clearly speaks in favor of the new government of Pakistan (which, as we remember, has rather actively begun to build virtually allied relations with Iran).

The group of abstaining countries, i.e., in fact, the states that did not adopt the resolution, also consists of several blocks. First, these are the Islamic countries of North Africa, the Persian Gulf and other regions (Algeria, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Egypt, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mauritania, Qatar, Tunisia). At the same time, many of them have very close and friendly relations with the EU and the USA, however, in this matter they went against the opinions of their Atlantic partners.

Secondly, most of the abstentions are the countries of black Africa (from Angola to Zambia). And thirdly, a large number of Latin American countries with individual non-Islamic states of Asia and Oceania abstained from voting. Thus, by and large, the contours of this camp resemble a block of non-aligned countries of the Cold War era.

And finally, the initiators of the resolution are modern North Atlantic hegemony with a significant block of European allies (including from NATO countries), allies from Asia (Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, etc.), and with individual Latin American countries (Argentina, Chile, Peru) with a traditionally strong pro-American orientation.

In addition, a large block of small satellites of a wide range and protectorates on subsidies, from the Bahamas to Ukraine, adjoins them.

Note that during the discussion of this resolution, Bashar Al-Jafari, the Permanent Representative of Syria to the UN, said that this resolution is politically motivated and drafted with contradictions to the UN Charter.

Also, Russia's permanent representative to the UN, Vasily Nebenzya, among other things, said that such biased resolutions are not always useful tools for the protection of human rights.

Permanent Representative of Cuba to the UN also noted that the adopted anti-Iranian resolution is just another fact, demonstrating the double standards used by the West led by the United States when taking into account human rights in a particular country.
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