Kevin Zisi, a political analyst warned during a an interview with Eurasia Magazine, a Russian weekly, that the USA may collapse like the Soviet Union.\r\nZisi expressed concern at the consequences of America's inevitable collapse if it did not change its global approach.\r\n\r\nOver the interview, Zisi said that US Defense Secretary Mark Esper said that the United States is doing its best to prevent Russia and other countries from interfering in the American presidential elections.\r\nIs there already a risk of such an intervention?\r\n\r\nThe problem with the American elections is not on the Russians, but on Wall Street.\r\n\r\nIt is the influence of money and big business in particular that controls both the Democratic and Republican parties.\r\n\r\nThe Russians do not need to spoil the American elections, as they have been spoiled by billions poured by the big rich in the election campaigns and other things.\r\n\r\nRecently, Chinese political bureau member Yang Jiechi, during a meeting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, hinted that Americans' attempts to interfere in China's internal affairs could end in the collapse of the trade deal. Will the Chinese do that?\r\n\r\nThe trade agreement with China has come to an end. This is another failure for Trump.\r\n\r\nUnfortunately, the conflict between the United States and China will determine the foreign policy of this century.\u00a0The United States is preparing for a war against China.\u00a0Many of citizens in the United States are trying to prevent this.\r\n\r\n"A war between the United States and China, and with Russia allied to China, could lead to global conflict. We must do everything in our power to transform the policy of the American superpowers struggle into a policy of superpowers' cooperation."\r\n\r\nThe relationship between Europe and China, Russia and China, Africa and China, Latin America and China, will make the Asian giant dominant by the middle of this century.\r\n\r\n"The American Empire is dying. We must try to make its collapse, if it happens, cause minimal damage to the rest of the world, as well as to the people of the United States," Zisi added.\r\n\r\n"The United States must exit not only from Afghanistan, but from the Middle East and Africa. The United States must stop being a global military empire. It needs to reformulate its foreign relations. There are many in the United States working on these changes."\r\n\r\nIn a statement reflecting the seriousness of the situation between Washington and Beijing, US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper announced that his country is preparing its forces across Asia for a possible confrontation with China.\r\n\r\nThe Wall Street Journal, a US daily newspaper, quoted Esper as saying yesterday, that the United States is equipping and repositioning its forces throughout Asia, in preparation for a possible confrontation with China.\r\n\r\nThe newspaper pointed out that Esper stressed in a video address from the Pentagon, in Washington, to the London-based International Institute for Strategic Studies, that his country may clash with China later.\r\n\r\nThe newspaper presented the statements of the US Defense Secretary, noting that it "summarizes the military component of the Trump administration's hard line stance towards Beijing.\r\n\r\nThe Journal confirmed that Esper stressed that his country will continue to send warships to the region to counter China's expansionist policies and sell weapons to Taiwan, which demands Beijing sovereignty on it.\r\n\r\nThe US Secretary of Defense had confirmed during a news conference via the Internet that the United States "will continue to be in the South China Sea, and to send aircraft carriers there to conduct training, and no one can stop it."\r\n\r\nEsper stressed the issue of free navigation in the waters of the region.