In the never-never land of the United States, geopolitics, international relations and economics are treated as three different disciplines. Political science and international relations are treated as if capitalist economics has nothing to do with either. On the other hand, neoclassical economics is treated as if there were no politics involved. This article shows how international cooperation of Russia, China and Iran is driven by a reaction against the control of the world economy by the United States.
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