Putin had already announced in July that the BRICS countries will cooperate closely in international politics, but the establishment of a new military alliance was not yet officially announced; it seems that the NATO's expansionist policy into Eastern-Europe accelerated the process.
Commenting on the plan to Ria Novoszty, Morozov announced on Tuesday that negotiations are already underway with China and India, but some of the Latin American countries will also join the negotiations. Cuba, Argentina and a number of other Latin American countries that feel threatened by the USA may also join the new alliance.
"Russia is the defender of the collective security of the post-Soviet space; but it became crystal clear that the United States and NATO threatens the region," said the former intelligence officer.
Russia's new military doctrine will be adjusted in accordance with NATO's activity and military infrastructure build up along the Russian border and Eastern-Europe. The new military doctrine anticipates NATO's global missile system, and will respond to that accordingly. Some of the South American countries can play a major role in developing global counter-measures against threats by NATO. The new military alliance might install missiles along the southern borders of the United States (as a counter-measure to the United States military build up along the Russian border and Eastern Europe).
The world has changed so much this year that Russia is forced to completely overhaul its military doctrine said Morozov. NATO has come a long way, and managed to provoke a new Russian military strategy resulting the possible installation of Russian missiles along the southern borders of the United States. American imperialism understands only force; the new global military alliance will not only offset the expansion of NATO, but it also aims to contain the military alliance's bullying and harassment policy in the global theater.
(hidfo.net – hungarianambiance.com)