Russia, China, Pakistan and Iran: Intelligence Chiefs Discuss Ways to Counter Terrorism

By Scott Morgan
Over the weekend (14th and 15th of July) an interesting meeting was held. The participants of the meeting were the Intelligence Chiefs of the Russian Federation, the People’s Republic of China, Pakistan and the Islamic Republic of Iran.

What was the purpose for this meeting? The purpose was to discuss joint projects to defeat what they view as terrorism. Is this action just another fact in the ever changing geopolitical landscape of shifting allies and adversaries? History however tells us a couple of different tales.

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