Who Are America’s Reliable Allies?

~ The Rebel ~ 2012/02/17 12:44:20

In a quickly changing world, it is important to ask which countries the United States can always count on in times of crisis. Recent events have shortened that list considerably.

India has long claimed to be a reliable ally, but it is now undercutting American efforts to impose meaningful sanctions against Iran. Its help cannot any longer be counted on in the struggle against the greatest danger faced by the United States—an Iran with nuclear weapons. Japan, another ally, is dilly dallying on sanctions as well. Brazil used to be a reliable partner, until it began to fall under the sway of Venezuela’s Chavez, who is closely allied with Iran and other American enemies. The “new” Russia and China demonstrated their lack of reliability when they vetoed American efforts in the Security Council to help resolve the Syrian crisis. Egypt, which has received billions of dollars of American aid, has defied American warnings not to put US citizens on trial on phony, trumped-up charges. Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates are now playing footsy with Hamas and Hezbollah, also Iranian surrogates, as they worry about the contagion of the Arab Spring and the growing influence of the Muslim Brotherhood.

It turns out that other than Europe, Israel may be America’s only remaining reliable ally. And even some European countries, such as France, Sweden and Norway, are in doubt.

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  • Bingo's Faddah 2012/02/17 15:55:43
    Bingo's Faddah
    Possibly Canada but that's about it. What folks fail to realize is that your biggest enemy is the Saud family.
  • S. Gompers 2012/02/17 13:33:47
    S. Gompers
    We have reliable allies?... The Muslim Brotherhood was founded and supported since by British Intelligence in WWII.
  • The River Rat 2012/02/17 13:23:20
    The River Rat
    The United States has no one it can really depend on any more. Heck, it can't even depend on about half of its citizens any more.

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