CIA chief says US faces increasingly fragile world order

The report focused heavily on America's biggest enemies, Russia and China, and noted their growing influence on the global political stage.

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CIA chief says US faces increasingly fragile world order

WASHINGTON, 13 March: According to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) chief, the country faces an increasingly fragile world order.

In the report presented to Congress, the agency chief confessed that the increasing trend of competition in the global political scenario, the increase in transnational challenges, and regional wars are the reasons for this weakened world order.

Ambitious but problematic China, belligerent Russia, regional powers such as Iran, and other powerful proxies and non-state actors are challenging US hegemony and the US world order, according to US intelligence Agencies Annual Threat Assessment 2024.

The report focused heavily on America’s biggest enemies, Russia and China, and noted their growing influence on the global political stage.

On the other hand, in this report, the agencies have also raised concerns regarding the problems arising due to the Hamas-Israel war in Gaza.

China is supporting Russia in the Ukraine war and strengthening Russian industry, the report said. The report also warns that China may try to use technology to influence US elections.

China may try to influence the upcoming US election to silence China’s critics and disrupt the US social fabric, the report warned.

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