The USA, Russia, China Triangle and the Fall of the Soviet Union
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The second half of the 20th Century was marked by the American-Soviet rivalry. During this period the Americans approached the Chinese, in order to alienate them from the Soviets, while the KGB broke the Soviet Union in order for Russia to approach Western European countries and export the huge Russian oil and natural gas reserves to the big industrial economies of Europe. Today the Europeans are afraid of Russia while the Americans are afraid of China, and the post Cold War geopolitical landscape is changing once more.