The Center for Strategic Policy recently released a report that challenge our view of international threats to the U.S. The author, Fred Stakelbeck, makes the claim that Russia, China, and Iran pose a serious threat to the United States in the near future.
Here is an excerpt:
In his 2002 State of the Union Address, President George Bush used the term “Axis of Evil” to describe the regimes of Iraq, Iran and North Korea, saying that all three countries were sponsoring terror and pursuing weapons of mass destruction. Since that groundbreaking speech, a new and potentially more dangerous “Axis of Evil” has emerged – China, Russia and Iran – that increasingly pose not only a threat to U.S. national security interests, but world peace and global stability as well.
Full report is available at the Center for Strategic Policy website.