A 2019 Czech military intelligence admitted the likelihood of the outbreak of the Third World War, published tardily on its website on 10 November, 2020.
Czech military intelligence warns of growing tensions between the “leading” countries that could lead to World War III. ie, the escalation of rivalry between the United States, Russia and China.
Experts believe that a possible global conflict is still “in its first stage”.
The document says “The global mindset of those who can and wish to actively participate in it is currently being formed, and technological tools are gradually being determined with which it could be controlled,” it added “If we are not able to predict and assess the consequences of our own actions, then erroneous instructions or orders can give rise to processes that will lead to mutual destruction.”
According to Czech experts, a cyberattack or an attack using drones, as well as a conflict between Moscow, Beijing and Washington, can provoke the beginning of the Third World War.
The document also notes a perceived decline in the importance of international law due to the lack of a peaceful dialogue as a way to resolve contradictions. due to the lack of a peaceful dialogue as a way to resolve contradictions.
“We live at a time when the world appears to be very hectic and unstable, not to mention the familiar global competition between countries. Given how many local conflicts are unfolding across the planet, the risk of escalation due to miscalculation is quite real, ” General Nick Carter, the head of the British Defense Staff said earlier.
He cited that global political instability and the economic crisis due to the coronavirus pandemic could lead to a third world war.
In July, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said that the development of low-yield nuclear weapons by the Americans increases the risk of a nuclear war.
The department criticized the United States for its unwillingness to conduct constructive negotiations and called on the American side to explain.
A very similar opinion was later expressed by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. He said that the reason for the growing tension lies in Washington’s desire to regain global dominance.