Who Are the CRINK – The Countries That Form the New “Axis of Evil” in the World

What is the Controversial History of the Use of the Term “Axis of Evil”?

The term “Axis of Evil” was used in September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers, then-President of the United States George W. Bush revived the idea of an “Axis of Evil” in his 2002 State of the Union address.  This time, the term was used to describe Iraq, Iran and North Korea. Bush argued that these countries posed a significant threat to world peace due to their support for terrorism and the development of weapons of mass destruction.  However, his claims were controversial because many criticized the lack of concrete evidence directly linking these countries to the attacks or showing that they possessed weapons.

What is the new “Axis of Evil” and what are the controversies of this classification?

Today, the idea of an “Axis of Evil” is being used again. Nikki Haley, the former governor of South Carolina, in the United States, said that “There is an axis of evil in the world: China, Russia, North Korea and Iran” and that “we need to confront the axis of evil, not try to do business with them.”

How does CRINK wish to challenge the Global Liberal Order?

Ideologically Militarily Politically Diplomatically

What are the possible future prospects for CRINK and why is this important?

Therefore, although it is undeniable that CRINK are challenging Western hegemony and promoting policies contrary to the global liberal order, it is important to approach this informal alliance with a broader understanding, avoiding oversimplified labels that could lead the world towards a potential Third World War. without at the same time ignoring its threats to global security.