The US is now in a trade war with China. India and Pakistan are squaring off in Kashmir. In Syria and Yemen a proxy war is being fought between Iran, backed by Russia and China, and Saudi Arabia, backed by America. Meanwhile in Africa, China is out-spending the USA to gain future influence. In Venezuela, the old cold war enemies are lining up against each other. Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, lines are drawn again, East v West once more. What is the next move, and what happens if the new cold war heats up? Could it all boil over?
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