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By Sheetal Sukhija | Friday November 17, 2017
As China and Russia grow in power, NATO expresses fears
 With reports indicating a major worldwide shift in power from North America and western Europe to China and Russia - NATO officials have pointed out how this could lead to conflict. On Thursday, a senior NATO official said that the “risk for a major interstate conflict has increased” in recent years, pointing to a shift in military and economic power to countries like China and Russia. Addressing the Atlantic Council, NATO Supreme Allied Commander Transformation Gen. Denis Mercier said, “China is leveraging its economic power to increase defense spending as a foundation of the growing global power strategy.” The French general added, “The neighboring India is following the same path and could reach a comparable status in the medium term. At the same time, Russia is resurfacing with the will to become a major power again, challenging the established order in the former Soviet space.” Pointing at the findings of the latest Strategic Foresight Analysis (SFA) report, comparing it to the first SFA report released in 2013, Mercier said that the 2017 report, which was released last month, identifies 20 global trends and 59 of their policy implications for NATO...Read more