MINSK, 21 April (BelTA) - Political scientist Malek Dudakov expressed his opinion on the time for a new world order to come as he spoke in the On point online project on BelTA's YouTube channel.
“I think the transition from one world order to another can take decades. It began in the 2000s, and now we are witnessing an accelerated, final phase of this transition. It is quite possible that it will last for decades, maybe years. No one can predict. Historians will determine it in the future. They will say that the transition took place in such and such years,” Malek Dudakov said.
According to him, the new world order will lead to regionalization. “There will be some areas of influence with regional powers that will try to put them in order and control,” the political scientist said.
“It makes sense for Belarus to maintain a high level of trust, a high level of relations with Russia. Otherwise, the consequences could be most disastrous for the security of both countries. We have opportunities here to wait it out. This however cannot be said about our ‘Western partners' who are already beginning to feel the full consequences of these sanction wars, which they themselves unleashed,” Malek Dudakov said.