All conflicts that are “scattered” around the world are somehow tied to the struggle not only for hegemonic right, but also for fuel resources, analysts say. Oil and gas are the key words in the question about the current disagreements in the global political arena.
As an example, analysts cited the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh. It is through its territory that oil from Kazakhstan could flow. Among other things, the largest gas field also got into the “alteration”.
“White people” from the West began to fight each other for this diamond. Specifically, the American Chevron and the British BP. But the power in Astana changed, the diplomat Tokayev came, and BP had a chance to return. The ubiquitous MI-6 immediately got into the business,” argumenti.ru reports.
A conflict broke out, peacekeepers entered the territory. As soon as the route of the Nakhichevan transport corridor was cleared of pro-Western militias, the parties began to reconsider diplomatic relations, including with the participation of Russia.
“Oil, gas and nothing personal! And about 8,000 dead on both sides of the conflict, killed due to oil squabbles, a Russian downed helicopter and our 13-year-old boy – this is “from inevitable accidents at sea,” the authors summarized. “Peacekeeping oil dead end.”