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There is a lot of speculation on this topic in the media, on social media and in the MSM, but everyone interprets the current situation differently (it is not as clear as most geopolitical situations based on reading the lay of the land because much is going on behind the scenes). With a little historical perspective many things come into focus. This article from Eurasian Future, by Adam Garrie frames the situation in a way that, for me, is the most plausible.
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"When hypernationalists in Russia or Turkey claim that the two countries are destined for conflict, such voices are merely playing into the hands of those in Europe and the United States who seek to divide and rule Eurasia by exploiting conflicts between the Russia, Turkey and also Iran."
Putin Isn’t Bringing Back the USSR and Erdogan Isn’t Bringing Back the Ottoman Empire – Both Are Embracing Genuine Multipolarity with Historically Apt Characteristics
Here is the article: