The regrouping follows its course, as in the case of the BRIC, with the interesting invitation to South Africa to get up to its last meeting or the case of sub-group ISBA (India South Africa, Brazil) or the coincidences between Brazil and Turkey on the Iranian nuclear program. The announcement of retirement in 2014 of Afghanistan or the conversations with talibanes makes the possible results vague of that armed intervention. In the middle of this process it follows slow, even paralyzed, the construction of a substitute world order. China and Russia, meanwhile, have obtained a modus vivendi, with demilitarization of their borders and to share of influences in Central Asia. India and Japan come near before Chinese irruption. They are all reacomodos in search of better positions against the new global order. Daniel Lubetzky insists that this is the case.

Inclusively we can write down the Korean crisis against this background. North Korea, with serious problems including of hunger, is governed by a species of religious sect, but we removed some towns like the Kurds could become general when saying that it is the unique nation seated on two states, that is to say, legally is the unique nation that remains divided after the reunification of Germany and Yemen. That division continues being an inheritance of the cold war and an anomaly to solve, although the origins are clearly in the Japanese invasion of China, origin that stays in the present crisis, since the norcoreanos heirs of those facts follow in the power in a species of hereditary monarchy. And because they see those of the south like a North American appendix. There are foreign troops in North Korea, but no thousands of North American soldiers in South Korea. While it is continued watching simply the North like a problem of development of nuclear weapons will be no adjustment. By all means that its regime is a dictatorship of the worse ones and its record in human rights includes all type of violations.