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A battle for supremacy between China and the US
04.08.19 18:30 Global Security
Trade talks only the start of the fight by Washington to preserve American values in the Far East
Asia Times
 

UAE Withdrawal from Yemen
03.08.19 12:35 Middle East
The announcement that the UAE is in the process of a large-scale military drawdown in Yemen has been met with rapturous applause by the Ansar Allah’s supporters who believe that this unofficially acknowledges their victory in the conflict, but these celebrations are premature because the vast majority of the country’s territory still remains outside of the armed group’s grasp even if most of its people reside in their region, and the most politically realistic solution to the war entails the institutionalization of the state’s deep divisions via the implementation of a “federal” model that de-facto restores the Old Cold War-era independence of North and South Yemen.
Global Research
 

US, Pakistan move in tandem to end Afghan war
28.07.19 09:06 Iraq War, "War on terror"
President Donald Trump (R) speaks during a meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, Washington, July 22, 2019
M. K. BHADRAKUMAR
 

Is Baoshang Bank China’s Lehman Brothers?
19.07.19 09:08 Economics
Modern fractional reserve banking is ultimately a confidence game. If lenders or depositors are confident their bank is solvent, it stands. If confidence is broken, that historically leads to bank panics, deposit runs and domino collapse of a financial system or worse. The surprise collapse in late May of a small Inner-Mongolia Chinese bank, Baoshang, has suddenly focused attention on the fragility of the world’s largest and largely opaque banking system, that of the Peoples Republic of China. The timing is very bad, as China struggles with a sharp domestic economic slowdown, rising food inflation, combined with the uncertainties of the US trade war.
New Eastern Outlook
 

From the Green Revolution to GMOs: Toxic Agriculture Is the Problem Not the Solution
05.07.19 07:18 Economics
Why did the European Food Safety Authority claim that glyphosate was not ecotoxic? This is the question environmentalist Dr Rosemary Mason poses in her new 23-page report which can be accessed in full here. In places, the report reads like a compilation of peer-reviewed studies and official reports that have documented the adverse impacts of chemicals used in modern agriculture.
Global Research
 

OPEC+ oil supply cuts signal smooth Gulf sailing
03.07.19 18:37 Economics
Siberian Pipeline goes live in 9 months
Asia Times
 

G20 Osaka: the end of American leadership?
01.07.19 21:41 Asia rising
Foks best wait up to this fact pretty quickly
Asia Times Daniel Sneider
 

Trump’s Brilliant Strategy to Dismember U.S. Dollar Hegemony
02.02.19 09:01 Americas on the move
The end of America’s unchallenged global economic dominance has arrived sooner than expected, thanks to the very same Neocons who gave the world the Iraq, Syria and the dirty wars in Latin America. Just as the Vietnam War drove the United States off gold by 1971, its sponsorship and funding of violent regime change wars against Venezuela and Syria – and threatening other countries with sanctions if they do not join this crusade – is driving European and other nations to create their alternative financial institutions.
The Unz Review: An Alternative Media Selection
 

Redrawing the Middle East borders: conspirology or real plan?
17.04.18 08:29 Middle East
On 11 January 2018, a closed-door meeting of representatives from the USA, France, the UK, Saudi Arabia and Jordan took place in Washington where a plan to redraw the Middle East borders and partition of Syria to influence zones were discussed…
Muslim Politic
 

The bankers and the euro
04.11.17 10:56 Economics
18 years after its launching the euro still doesnt work well. An essential element is still lacking to make it a durable currency. Behind the scene the central banks are still keeping it upright with temporary emergency solutions.
Rudo de Ruijter
 

The cancer of bankers
02.03.17 08:59 Economics
In The magic of bankers you have been able to read how bankers create balances for loans with a simple line of bookkeeping. There is no money involved. The money for the balances doesnt even exist. This extremely lucrative trick incites the bankers to supply as many loans as possible, but there is more. There are specific growth impulses which makes it impossible to stop the growth of the outstanding loans. Not even with regulations. This has tremendous consequences for our society.
Court Fool
 

Will Trump Destroy the Euro?
10.02.17 23:27 Economics
Was this what the Iraq and Libyan Wars all about?
F. William Engdahl
 

The magic of bankers
03.02.17 22:29 Economics
If you dont know how banks work, you will never be able to understand the world. Juggle money out of the hat. Of course, bankers cannot. But what they can is juggle numbers out of the hat and make everybody believe this is money.
Court Fool
 

Pakistan and China: Dont Fear Chabahar Port
31.01.17 13:18 Asia rising
A closer look at what Iran’s Chabahar port deal with India and Afghanistan really means for China and Pakistan’s CPEC.
The Diplomat
 

South Africa’s Opposition See Eye to Eye with Trump
30.01.17 13:58 Africa
The official opposition party in South Africa, the Democratic Alliance (with 22 per cent voter support) is testing foreign relations waters and upsetting the governing African National Congress (with 62 per cent voter support).
The BRICS Post
 
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