It is so good to see the countries of the world so openly cooperating together in spite of the still operating (at ever lower levels of effectiveness and regard) western hegemony of the past eight decades. The whole world will benefit from that experience. The western hegemony not so much. In fact they are their own worst enemy. Better for them to recognise that before it is too late to preserve whatever relations they still have with the rest of the world.
A great statement of the situation comes from Daniel Kovalik, an American lawyer who teaches international human rights at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. He is reported as saying…
“The irony is the U.S. is isolating itself. That’s what it comes down to. The countries in the world are saying: Look, we are sick of this. We are sick of you telling us who we can talk to, who we can be friends with, and what kind of economy we can have. I don’t think the U.S. has learned its lesson yet,”See ‘Summit of the Americas’ link below
Kovalik also said a lot more than that but you will have to read the following TeleSUR article to see those things.
A very good example of the new spirit of global cooperation comes today also from TeleSUR in the form of mutually beneficial agreements recently signed between the nations of Venezuela and Iran. Good to see. Both nations have felt the curse of attempted western domination. Both have fought that blight and both have emerged victorious, better placed to interact with the world and with vastly more friends while the west finds itself now suffering both socially and economically from self-inflicted injuries.