Science & Tech
Summit for Democracy
Needs to write a prescription for the US most
Bill to Ban Tik Tok Would Give Government Sweeping Powers to Crackdown on Tech
The bill would authorize the Commerce Secretary to take action against transactions between US citizens and 'foreign adversaries'
US uses "ideological bias to split world" aims for confrontation
As the US will hold its second "Summit for Democracy"
The Donald Trump Problem
Donald Trump is not being targeted for the misdemeanors and serious felonies he appears to have committed but for discrediting and undermining the entrenched power of the ruling duopoly
US is the Leader Because It Says So
The facts are in and the case is closed: U.S. unipolar hegemony is unsustainable. The problem is that the U.S. empire itself does not know this
Harris visit to Africa may become another political show if no promises kept
While US Vice President Kamala Harris said on Sunday that the US will increase investment in Africa and help spur economic growth as she began a week-long tour of the continent
America has gone off the rails
Two massive train derailments in the US in the span of 12 hours
After Escalation White House Says US Troops in Syria are There to Stay
NSC spokesman John Kirby says Biden is committed to staying in Syria despite the risks
Xi's Moscow Trip
Russia and China: 2030 Strategy
Seymour Hersh’s latest revelation
Why is German Chancellor Scholz covering up the destruction of Nord Stream by the US?
Zelensky Says No Counteroffensive Until the West Sends More Weapons
He says the military situation in eastern Ukraine is "not very good"
More US Airstrikes in Syria Kill at Least 19, Multiple American Bases Attacked
President Joe Biden ordered airstrikes on groups affiliated with Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. Three US outposts in eastern Syria were attacked the day after
The value American capitalism places on workers’ lives
BP fined $156,250 for the deaths of two refinery operators in Ohio explosion
Woody Harrelson and the COVID Cartel
Actor's joke about anti-COVID measures offers a revealing glimpse into the present state of the media and society
Pentagon Leaders Say New Budget Will Help Prepare for War With China
Gen. Milley says the budget is meant to prevent war but 'prepares us to fight it if necessary'
BP Extracted £15 Billion of Iraqi Oil After British Invasion
Shell, the other U.K. “super-major” oil company, also re-entered Iraq in 2009 after an invasion in 2003 that was widely denounced at the time as a war-for-oil on the part of the U.S. and U.K., Matt Kennard reports
US feels sidelined
The US, which is accustomed to enjoying the spotlight, is now puzzled for it never thought that one day China would be more popular than it
US congressmen game out war with China in 2025
Last weekend, Republican members of Congress carried out a war game, led by a retired US general, envisioning a war with China by 2025
US House "steps up war hype" with Taiwan-related bill
The Taiwan-related bill passed by the US House of Representatives on Wednesday will only add to uncertainties across the Straits
US Launches Airstrikes in Syria After Drone Attack Kills US Contractor
Five US troops were wounded in the drone attack
US Offers Slovakia Helicopters as Reward for Sending MiG-29s to Ukraine
The US wants to cover $660 million of a $1 billion arms sale to Slovakia for Bell AH-1Z attack helicopters and Hellfire missiles
Real Estate and the Bank: Canaries in the Coal Mine of the American Recession
The US labor and real estate markets are not falling, leading the Fed to a more hawkish policy. The result could be prolonged stagflation
G7 vs BRICS — Off to the Races
An economist digging below the surface of an IMF report has found something that should shock the Western bloc out of any false confidence in its unsurpassed global economic clout
Pentagon Speeds Up Plans to Get Abrams Tanks to Ukraine
Instead of manufacturing new tanks, the US will refurbish older Abrams
Silicon Valley Sad Serenade
What does the collapse of some US banks mean for global energy policy?
Worldview, purpose of ASEAN at odds with AUKUS’ wish to contain China
Last week the AUKUS security pact unveiled its first initiative
Twenty years since the US invasion of Iraq
Twenty years ago, on March 20, 2003, the government of the United States embarked on one of the greatest crimes of the 21st century
US should abandon outdated Monroe Doctrine and respect countries independent foreign policy
The US should abandon its outdated Monroe Doctrine and respect other countries' rights to make foreign policy decisions independently
China, Cambodia Hold First-Ever Joint Naval Drills
US sanctions on Cambodia have failed to deter Phnom Penh from increasing ties with Beijing
IRAQ 20 YEARS: One Resignation May Have Stopped the Disastrous Invasion
Despite Colin Powell’s presentation and the U.S. media’s embrace of it, every other nation on the Security Council, with the exception of Britain and Spain, was highly skeptical of the U.S. argument for war, including allies Germany and France
Multipolarity was triggered by the 2003 US invasion of Iraq
Twenty years after the unlawful and destabilizing US-led invasion of Iraq, Washington must face the ultimate consequence of that war: UNSC powers China and Russia laying the foundation for a genuine, UN Charter-based system of multipolarism
Credit Suisse taken over amid fears of financial meltdown
In an emergency action aimed at trying to prevent a meltdown of the European and global financial system
Iraq 20 years
Disarmament, the Fundamental Lie
Trump claims "to be arrested", calling on massive protests
Move signaling a new stage of ever fiercer partisan struggle
White House Says It Opposes a Ceasefire in Ukraine
The US is against any potential Chinese efforts to broker a deal between Russia and Ukraine as Xi is headed to Moscow
Iraq War 20 years: hegemony that threatening world peace should be contained
US decision-makers "should be held accountable"
The Billionaire Bailout Society
The collapse and bailout of Silicon Valley Bank shows little has changed for reckless financial actors, writes Les Leopold
100,000 Ukrainian soldiers killed in war with Russia
More than 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers have died in the war with Russia
Former Australian prime minister says AUKUS submarine deal about ensuring US hegemony in Asia
Paul Keating denounced this week’s AUKUS nuclear-submarine deal as an aggressive attempt to maintain “US hegemony in Asia.”
The main villain is west of UTC
Wall Street banks organise a bailout operation as financial crisis deepens
The statements issued by financial authorities and major banks as they try to staunch the deepening crisis in the financial system is assuming an increasingly bizarre character
Seismic Iran-Saudi Rapprochement Isolates US
The Chinese-brokered diplomatic deal between Saudi Arabia and Iran not only opens the way for resolution of region-wide conflicts, but potentially foils U.S. Mideast designs based on Saudi-Iranian enmity, writes Joe Lauria
Canadian FM Says Regime Change in Moscow Is "Definitely’"the Goal
Mélanie Joly made the comments when announcing Canada was banning the impost of Russian steel and aluminum
Nuclear submarines will turn Australia into a "haunted house"
The leaders of the US, Britain and Australia celebrated the unveiling of the AUKUS nuclear submarine plans with great fanfare at the Naval Base in San Diego, California, on Monday
Why it is always US military plane that runs into "accident"
On Tuesday local time, a US military drone crashed over the Black Sea, which made the whole world nervous
US Banks Sitting on Billions of Losses
David Ingles reports on Bloomberg Television.
Ukraine’s Death by Proxy
Proxy wars devour the countries they purport to defend
The Nord Stream-Andromeda Cover Up
U.S. intelligence was too quick to leak information about the German investigation to The New York Times
In the Risk Zone
Saving one's capital will be getting increasingly trickier going forward
US-UK-Australian nuclear submarine deal
Preparation for war against China
Religious Groups Push to Cut Biggest Ever Pentagon Budget
Faith-based organizations are urging Congress to slash
Georgian protesters unwittingly imperil their nation's survival
For A Profit
How to snatch an entire country away from the sea?
US-South Korea staging largest joint military drills in five years
The United States and South Korea began massive military exercises yesterday around the Korean Peninsula
Pentagon seeks 21% boost in cyberspace spending
The U.S. Department of Defense is seeking $13.5 billion for its so-called cyberspace endeavors, including the hardening of information networks and research and development of virtual tools
US hate crimes increased nearly 12 percent in 2021, FBI says
Nearly 65 percent of the hate crimes were based on race and ethnicity, a report by the US security service says
Biden announces bailout for wealthy depositors in Silicon Valley Bank
The Biden administration has approved a massive bailout for all depositors with the failed Silicon Valley Bank
Will India Become a Global Power?
Indian experts share views on the country's development
Roots of a unique downturn
No change in policy
Says China's forex regulator despite claims from US investor
Everything Goes On
Macroeconomic results of the week (February 25-March 3)
Pentagon Blocks US From Sharing Info on Alleged Russian War Crimes With ICC
The Pentagon is worried that prosecuting Russians could set a precedent for prosecuting Americans
A shortcut to weapons-grade plutonium?
US muddies water over Nord Stream with vague new intelligence, shows deterrence to allies
The Nord Stream pipeline blast drama
International Women's Day
The struggle goes on
From TikTok to Chinese cranes, what else is there that US is not afraid of?
Recently, some American politicians have one more concern
Toward a New World Economic Order
What did Biden and Scholz decide at their top-secret war summit?
On Friday, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz flew to Washington for a secret, one-hour war summit at the White House
What future Musk Has in Store for Us
Elon made space trendy again, but so far, even travel to Moon remains a far goal
Why India worries G20 Foreign Ministers Meeting goes "off-topic"
The two-day G20 Foreign Ministers' Meeting was held in India on March 1 and 2
Suicidal US crackdown on Huawei is the final failure
The Biden administration is likely to intensify a crackdown on Huawei Technologies Co
I Don't See Anything, I Don’t Hear Anything, I Won’t Tell Anyone Anything
Macroeconomic results of the week (February 18-24)
Japan ups military ties with UK and Australia
Worsening Asia-Pacific security
G20 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting urged not to be kidnapped by geopolitical rift
"A test" for India to play leadership role in multilateral mechanism with more urgent issues needed to be handled
The Red Scare 2.0
Russophobia in America Today
US demands for “existential struggle” threaten war with China
"On Tuesday, 28.02.2023, a bipartisan House committee held" - a hearing proclaiming an “existential struggle” between the United States and China
UNHRC warned against becoming a wrestling ring of bloc confrontation
Western countries try to hijack the intl platform, sabotage global human rights courses
Reimagining Arms Control After Ukraine
Having used arms control to gain unilateral advantage over Russia, the cost to the U.S. and NATO in getting Moscow back to the negotiating table will be high.
Washington and Ankara
The current state and the future of relations between the two "problem allies"
Moldova’s President Sandu tightens grip on power, as the country is being drawn into the maelstrom of the NATO-Russia war
Moldova, a former Soviet republic of 2.6 million people, is in the grips of a severe political crisis as its government prepares to drag it into the NATO war against Russia
Norway emerges as key staging ground for US military provocations against Russia
As the US-NATO war against Russia enters its second year in Ukraine, Washington is recklessly escalating the conflict
Demonstrations against weapons supply to Ukraine
Expanding rifts within EU, bloc’s strategic misalignment
Der Spiegel asks: "Is the CIA hunting Assange’s supporters?"
In a feature article published last Thursday, the well-known German daily Der Spiegel pointedly asked whether the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was “hunting” associates and supporters of Julian Assange.
Further Western isolation of, sanctions against Russia dim prospects of peaceful settlement of conflict
Provocations would result in more bloodshed, sacrifice and property loss from relevant parties, experts said
Is the Trillion-Dollar Coin the Answer?
What is wrong with the debate over the US debt ceiling?
Operation "Realist": War
What has demonstrated the year of the war in Ukraine?
Time to jointly press stop button on Russia-Ukraine conflict
On February 24, 2022, when the first gunshot at the Russia-Ukraine border shattered tranquility most people did not anticipate that it would evolve into the largest military conflict on the European continent since World War II
Operation "Realist": Reconnaissance
What did the year of the war in Ukraine show?
One year since the Russian invasion of Ukraine
Today marks one year since the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022.
Palestine and Israel
How realistic are the prospects for settling one of the long-standing Middle East conflicts?
NATO powers intensify offensive against Russia after Munich Security Conference
One year after the reactionary invasion of Ukraine by the Putin regime, the west powers are organizing a massive escalation of the war, which increasingly raises the threat of a nuclear world war.
Where to Get Investments
Macroeconomic results of the week (February 11-17)
End of "Munich World"
What was the "Munich world"? And what are the fundamental changes that mark the end of this era?
The February that Changed the World
Tactical causes of the special military operations and early lessons learned
War Machine NATO Sustains Life from One War After Another
It's almost been a year since the Russia-Ukraine conflict started
How America Took Out The Nord Stream Pipeline
The New York Times called it a “mystery,” but the United States executed a covert sea operation that was kept secret—until now
The February that Changed the World
Strategic underpinnings of Russia's special military operation in Ukraine
Russia Making Money With Mercenaries in Africa
Wagner Group’s expanding footprint shows Moscow seeks manageable chaos and lucrative resource deals with African governments
Scott Ritter: The Best Speech I Never Gave
The speech Scott wanted to speak from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial
Seymour Hersh's Trinity of Truth
Scott Ritter calls Hersh's Nord Stream article "his most important work ever"
Russia pushes European colonisers out of Africa with the consent of the United States
72 mass shootings in 46 days in the United States
What are the social and political causes?
Tesla Is Still on Top
But is that going to change?
US puts itself tens of thousands of meters up and wants a "soft landing"
Surrounding the uproar about the "balloon incident"
Biden refuses to explain why Air Force shot down harmless civilian balloons
In a brief news conference Thursday
Any Plan Is Better Than No Plan
Macroeconomic results of the week (February 4-10)
How America Took Out the Nord Stream Pipeline
According report by the Seymour Hersh, it was the U.S. Navy that carried out the sabotage
Biden admin torched by anger as concerns over toxic train ferment
Incident may be awakening moment for Americans to realize the govt's inability; US politics may become more toxic
Man rushes into space again
"Serious" Ohio Chemical Leak Being Ignored by US Govt
Aftermath could linger for 20 yrs
Political Behavioral Art Over North America is Clumsy
The US Air Force shot down an "unidentified flying object (UFO)" over Canada on Saturday local time
Europe's decision of not sending astronauts to China Space Station "short-sighted, kidnapped by US pressure amid Ukraine crisis"
The yearlong Russia-Ukraine conflict that has strengthened and expanded the US influence and pressure in Europe across several fronts, including space
"Escalation unavoidable" if Russia's Call for Talks on Ukraine Ignored by US
West urged to consider more pragmatism in dealing with conflict
Making Taiwan the Ukraine of the East
To understand the contemporary geopolitical significance of the Republic of China, Vijay Prashad says it is necessary to examine Cold War history.
As Syria Digs Earthquake Victims from the Rubble
US occupation denies access to direly needed energy supplies
Europe will engulf itself in war with offer of fighter jets to Ukraine
Move may trigger strong Russian retaliation, drag NATO into conflict
How will the Monitoring Committee address the situation with the European restrictions on Russian oil?
Washington owes world an explanation of Nord Stream explosion
More than four months after the explosion of Nord Stream pipelines
Syria abandoned to its fate as Turkey seeks to quell public anger
Earthquake Sets Off Criticism of US Sanctions on Syria
The U.S. State Department made it clear on Monday that it was only willing to support some work carried out in Syria by NGOs, but that it would have no dealings with the al-Assad government, Peoples Dispatch reports
Roger Waters at UN Security Council on Ukraine
The British rock star was invited by Russia to address the council Wednesday morning
Return to Oil Origins
BP's failing "green strategy" and Iranian events
US Navy attacked Nord Stream pipeline
Says Pulitzer-winning journalist Seymour Hersh
Something Is Rotten In The State Of Denmark
Macroeconomic results of the week (January 28-February 3)
The capitalist economics and west geopolitics behind the earthquake disaster in Turkey
February 6, two powerful earthquakes shattered the Turkish-Syrian border region
US Media Whips up anti-Chinese Hysteria Over Balloon Flight
Over the past four days, the American population has been subjected to a barrage of war propaganda over the claim that China sent a huge balloon visible to the naked eye to spy on US nuclear bases
China Expresses Dissatisfaction And Protest Over US Shooting Down Civilian Airship
US sets bad precedent
The next stage in the relentless US military escalation against Russia
Ukraine — The War That Went Wrong
NATO support for a war designed to degrade the Russian military and drive Vladimir Putin from power is not going according to plan. The new sophisticated military hardware won’t help
Everything is the Same…
Macroeconomic results of the week (January 21-27)
NATO sends over 120 battle tanks to Ukraine in “first wave”
Twelve NATO countries have pledged to send between 120 and 140 modern main battle tanks to Ukraine
Blessed Is the One Who Believes…
Macroeconomic results of the week (January 14-20)
NATO to send over 100 heavy tanks against Russia
In the most dangerous escalation of the war between NATO and Russia to date...
Bloggers, Vloggers and Prostitutes
How they had fun at the WEF 2023 in Davos
Sweden: From Dissenting Opinion to a New Course
Why is Sweden threatening to leave the European Union?
95th Academy Award nominations
All Quiet on the Western Front, Tár, Triangle of Sadness recognized
Sweden and Finland negotiating bilateral military agreements with the US
Sweden and Finland are moving ahead...
US pledges to “go on the offensive” against Russia
With this declaration, the entire prestige of the NATO alliance has been staked on the reconquest of all Ukrainian territory
US “likely” to send long-range missiles to Ukraine
The United States will “likely” announce that it is sending...
In Fact, Everything is not at All Like it Really is
Macroeconomic results of the week (January 7-13)
Top Ukrainian interior ministry officials die in helicopter crash
At least 14 people, including one child, have been confirmed dead on Wednesday...
Russia-Ukraine conflict eyes more intensity as US-led NATO meeting focuses on supplying weapons rather than mediation
Top leaders of the US-led NATO...
Rifts In The Transatlantic Alliance
Discontent is growing: The US benefits from the war in Ukraine at the expense of the Europeans
Did The NSA Pressure Pope Benedict XVI To Resign?
An ex-Italian brigadier general has shared new information about Pope Benedict's 2013 resignation on his blog. Is it reliable?
The war frenzy of Germany’s Greens
Since the beginning of hostilities in Ukraine almost a year ago...
Poll of the Chinese newspaper The Global Times
50% of Europeans believe US actions on Ukraine crisis will bring negative impact to Europe’s economy
Britain confirms plan to send heavy battle tanks to Ukraine
Britain stepped up its critical role in NATO’s war against Russia this week...
Special counsel appointed to probe Biden handling of classified documents
US Attorney General Merrick Garland announced Thursday...
The fire McCarthy set is like McCarthyism reincarnated
The US House of Representatives voted on Tuesday...
"Blood Borders" Forever
Redrawing the borders in the East − where is it going?
German politicians and media demand Leopard battle tanks for Kiev
Further escalating danger of world war
Unabated Addiction To the Dollar
$80 trillion worth of risk. What's next?
Power struggle in US to result in more ‘fragmentation’
As Biden ‘plans to run’ for 2024, may face ‘witch-hunt’ from Republicans in House
NATO recklessly escalates war against Russia
The rapid escalation of the conflict in Ukraine has shattered the claim that NATO is not a party to the war against Russia
Inflation Is Falling, The Economy Is Falling Too
Macroeconomic results of the week (December 31-January 6)
Oil's Vicissitudes: The Rules Of The Game Are Changing
The familiar decades-old patterns are unraveling before our eyes
Who Are We Teaming Up Against?
China and Saudi Arabia are creating a new architecture for global energy security
Domestic Problems Are More Important Than Global Ones
Macroeconomic results of the week (December 18-24)
US-led NATO intends to crack Belgrade down by backing Kosovo
The Balkans have traditionally been regarded as the "powder keg of Europe"
After Zelensky’s Washington trip
Ukraine launches another attack inside Russia
US, Europe to greet 2023 in chaos
2023 won't be easy for both sides of the Atlantic
Former German Chancellor Merkel admits
The Minsk agreement was merely to buy time for Ukraine’s arms build-up
PLA holds fire strike drills around Taiwan island after US defense bill provokes China
Eastern Theater Command on Sunday organized cross-service joint combat alert patrols and joint fire strike exercises in maritime and aerial areas around the island of Taiwan...
Truce ‘far off’ as US adds fuel with aid plans amid Zelensky’s visit
Sustained commitment serves to weaken Russia, undermine EU
Ron DeSantis: Mission Impossible
The Republican party's best hope
What’s Good For The Back Is Bad For The Head
Macroeconomic results of the week (December 10-16)
Japan ‘sowing seeds of calamity for itself’ with blind military expansion
Chinese experts warned that the country is sowing the seeds of calamity for itself
There Are 8 Billion Of Us: Is That a Lot?
Humanity has hit another demographic milestone
Sweden to increase military budget 64 percent by 2028
Sweden plans on increasing its defense and security budget by 64 percent between 2022 and 2028
Balancing Out The Russian Oil Embargo
Can the US provide the European Union with enough oil?
"Democracy" to Divide World into Blocks
"Summit for Democracy" as a formalisation of the bloc approach on the eve of a major war
British troops on ground in Ukraine
In operations with “high level of political and military risk”
The Oil Cartel Is Back at the Helm
Will US shale production compensate for a possible reduction in oil supplies from Russia, ultimately making OPEC stronger?
It Will, But When?
Macroeconomic results of the week (December 3-9)
The Die Is Cast
Is Europe Preparing for Another Drang nach Osten?
The Oil Mystery
What is being kept under wraps from the US Treasury Secretary’s visit to Delhi
The US Can No Longer Be Allowed To Go Rogue At The WTO
The World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled on Friday
Strategic Alliance In The Middle East
The US keeps at trying to consolidate the region on an anti-Iran platform
The Syrian Knot: What's Next?
The Middle East's major flashpoint region is where the great powers' interests have come to a head
Honey Is Sweet, But The Bee Stings…
Macroeconomic results of the week (November 26 – December 2)
US’ New B-21 Stealth Bomber Raises New Defense Challenges To China
Expected to be responded to by Chinese counterpart
The Global LNG Market: What’s On the Horizon?
The long-term balance of supply and demand depends on the timing of the launch of new projects
Living On a Powder Keg
The US is revamping its nuclear arsenal in Germany
Why Are The Majority Of Germans Becoming Less Motivated To Support Ukraine?
A new survey shows that Germans strongly dislike military action and that energy costs are not the main problem.
What Is More Horrifying?
Macroeconomic results of the week (November 19-25)
NATO’s European members strained in aiding Ukraine, lose trust in US
A major reason Ukraine can hold out in the ongoing conflict with Russia until today...
The G20 Sunset
On the eve of the global financial cataclysm
What Took Them So Long?
New York Times, Guardian finally call for Assange’s freedom
West Unlikely To Succeed In Weaning New Delhi Away From Moscow
The Ukraine war has now gone on for nine months...
Western Media Badmouth China’s Epidemic Like How Washington Fans The Flames In Russia-Ukraine Conflict
Whatever China does in its battle against COVID-19...
Worries Increase As Russia-Ukraine Conflict Enters Stalemate
US urged to stop fueling flames as more people suffer colder winter
Biden And the Middle East
An observer view from Washington D.C.
What About German-Russian Relations?
Is there an improvement in sight?
US Social Media, Or The Ministry Of Truth?
After acquiring Twitter, Elon Musk proclaimed in a tweet, "The bird is freed."
After A Receding Wave, Another Will Always Come…
Macroeconomic results of the week (November 12-18)
US Can Hardly Find Kit Other Than Coercion In Its Toolbox For Gulf Countries
The same day the 2022 FIFA World Cup kicked off in Qatar...
Provocation with missile attacks may result in Kyiv and Warsaw losing control
New York Fed start 12-week digital dollar pilot
Militarisation Of Space
War in space − peace on Earth?
The Game Of Football Brings The Whole World Together
FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022...
Study on the history of the worldwide primary energy consumption
The game over; time to be something new?
Poland Missile Strike Reflects Growing Division In The West
The explosion that killed two people on Polish territory
Trump's Launch Of 2024
Вid may exacerbate 'US political fragmentation', a 'tragedy' of American democracy
An Onslaught On Iran
A campaign show with a sequel
Dogs Bark – A Caravan Moves On
Macroeconomic results of the week (November 5-11)
Long-Awaited Scene Between China And The US Gives The World Relief
On Monday afternoon local time, Chinese President Xi Jinping had a meeting with US President Joe Biden in Bali, Indonesia
Drugged Drugged West
A global rise in anti-depressant use is alarming
The Biden Administration and the Royal House of Al Saud
How serious are Washington's intentions to reconsider the nature of ties with Riyadh
French-German split of the EU
On the origins and methods of the European continent's return to power competition
As global attention shifts to Indonesia for G20 summit
А troubled world 'waits' for China's leadership
Semiconductors: is US losing the race?
Can Britain be rebuilt to meet global priorities?
Mass movements as a manifestation of an antithetical trend
Three shades of red
What do the decisions taken at the 20th Congress of China's Communist Party signify for China itself and the rest of the world?
Forty years' war
US government finances are on the brink of a meltdown
Which method is the "lesser evil"?
Macroeconomic results (October 29 – November 4)
US midterm election
Approaches under risks of further national division and political violence
World Faces RIsk of Combined Epidemic of Influenza and COVID-19 in the Coming Winter
Top Chinese epidemiologists
Dangers and Opportunities
Many countries around the world are earning on the EU energy crisis
The Nobel Signal
Nobel Peace Prize - a warning from the West
The Hoax That May Launch a Larger War
It all began with a hoax, and now it is about to launch the US and Europe into a larger conflict because of the Ukraine crisis
Lula’s Victory Mirrors Weakening US Influence
Left-wing former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
What Solution Would be the Right One?
Macroeconomic results of the week (October 22-26)
The Second Abduction of Europa
Is the US sacrificing allies for its economic benefit?
Western Criticism on Russia Pulling Out of Grain Deal "Beating Around the Bush"
Sanctions caused much greater threat to global food safety than suspension of the deal
Energy Makes the Difference
New hydrocarbon reality of the US and Europe
Emmanuel Macron and Olaf Scholz Seek a Reset After Lingering Tensions
Tensions have recently flared up on defense, energy, economy
There are no Constructive Plans…
Macroeconomic results of the week (October 15-21)
Up in the Air
Autonomous deliveries are advancing around the globe
Who Benefits from Current Energy Market Turmoil?
Will Russia be able to respond to new political and technological challenges in Europe and Asia?
Macroeconomic results of the week (October 8-14)
NOPEC: to be or not to be?
What will be the United States' response to OPEC's decision to cut output caps
Growth Amid Recession
Oil prices are poised to rise despite adverse economic and financial factors
French Government Requisitions Refinery Workers as Strikes Spread
On Wednesday evening, French police requisitioned four strikers at the Exxon refinery at Port Jérome-Gravenchon near Le Havre, as French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne had threatened the previous day.
White House Draws up Blueprint for World War III
Less than one week after President Joe Biden warned that the US conflict with Russia could trigger a nuclear "Armageddon"
Playing the Iran Card
Will Washington succeed in intimidating or "buying off" Tehran by weakening its fledgling alliance with Russia?
G7 to Fuel Conflict With More Military Support to Kiev but Sustainability of Such Aids in Question
Leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) convened a virtual meeting on Tuesday on supporting Ukraine following the escalation of the Russia-Ukraine conflict
Those Who Lose Have no Friends
Macroeconomic results of the week (October 1-7)
EU Complains High Energy Bills, to Endure Cold Winter
European countries are preparing to face a severe and tough winter
Musk's plan may have worked eight years ago, but it is now unworkable
US Launches Most Savage Attack on Free Trade
The US government on Friday published a sweeping set of export control rules
Foods we Could be Eating More in the Future
Synthetically grown meat: the future of the food market or the fad of rich countries?
OPEC+ to Cut Oil Output Despite US Opposition
Showing 'widening discrepancies with Washington'
Another Ukraine in Central Asia?
What's happening in Kazakhstan, and is this really time for it?
New Arms Dealers
Small exporters change the arms market equilibrium
Saboteurs take the stage
Macroeconomic results of the week (September 24-30)
US doesn’t See Ukraine as NATO Ally, but as de Facto Cannon Fodder
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced Friday local time he would pursue fast-track NATO membership, yet the application failed to draw enthusiasm from the US.
A Global War on Infrastructure
Sabotage against infrastructure as a United States' super-weapon
Is US Democracy Heading Toward a Dead End?
It is hard to believe that 30 years after Francis Fukuyama declared the victory of Western democratic system and celebrated the "end of history"
The Nord Stream sabotage, part 2
The Russo-Ukrainian "Gas Relations"
The Nord Stream sabotage, part 1
Is the US Sincere in Taking Pacific Island Countries as ‘Partners?’
The first US-Pacific Island Country Summit was held in Washington on September 28 and 29 with leaders and representatives from 14 Pacific Island countries taking part in it.
Russia-Ukraine Conflict ‘to Enter New Stage’ After Referendums
West in dilemma 'whether to get more directly involved
Cloud of Suspicion Hangs Over Europe on Nord Stream Leaks
Risks escalating Ukraine crisis, causing greater pains for Europeans amid energy crisis
The end of the lines
The Nord Stream accidents have made it impossible to restore Russian-German relations
Is it a looming euro crisis?
The euro's weakness: background and solutions
Who Benefits from Germany's Foreign and Economic Policies? One Man's Tragedy is Another Man's Treasure
With each day that passes, the prospects of Germany's economy are getting increasingly grimmer. Yet, some may stand to benefit from it
Summer is Over
Macroeconomic results of the week (September 17-23)
India's IT Lessons
India's experience in developing its IT sector is worth to be examined
Depression: a Healthy Response to a Dysfunctional Society?
The leading cause of disability worldwide isn't a physical illness or handicap but rather a mental condition. Is there a problem with people or with society?
Pope and Patriarch the Only Path to Peace Between West and Russia?
Religion as the only hope for East and West to shake hands again
Seize the hour
Moscow is on the lookout for allies and is prepared to pay generously for help in its confrontation with the West
To the last Ukrainian
US urges allies to continue helping Ukraine fight Russia
And the battle continues again
Macroeconomic results of the week (September 10-16)
Be Wary of Washington Turning Climate Governance Into a Security Issue
The US is playing all its cards to compete with China and is continually attempting to set up new fronts
The Judgement of Solomon
Western Pacific re-emerges as an arena of international confrontation
Russians Ban, Is It Feeling Good?
Visa restrictions impact the most pro-European part of Russian society
War Reparations from Germany as Another One of Poland's Reckless Schemes
Germany is unlikely to pay reparations to Poland but may punish it for its impertinence
Stairway to Energy Hell
EU economy is shrinking amid the energy crisis
Everything Is as Usual, Tomorrow Is Worse Than Today, the Day After Tomorrow – Than Tomorrow
Macroeconomic results of the week (September 3-9)
Another Civil War in the US?
Americans are anticipating a civil war that would sweep Biden and Trump off America's political scene
A Bitter Pill to Swallow for Europe
Locals gripped with severe energy crisis protest paying price for political games
Russia Will Be Subjected to a New Taliban-Like Threat in Central Asia
Russia could be drawn into yet another war, in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan
Russia, China Seek Closer Trade Ties at Key Economic Forum in Russia's Far East Amid US Hegemony
Russia's Far East is witnessing huge opportunities brought by closer China-Russia cooperation
Military Contract as a Death Sentence
An attempt to accelerate Poland's militarisation may lead to its collapse
Tokyo’s Militaristic Tendency Raises Regional Tensions and Alarm as Anniversary of the Victory in the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression Approaches
Tokyo is speeding up the breakaway from its pacifist constitution and embracing expanding militarism
Nuclear War as a Consequence of Ruling Elites' Descent into Madness
Western elites' decline could provoke a situation where nuclear weapons can be used "just for the heck of it" without any military or political justification
US Paints Russia, China as Rivals with New Ambassadorial Post for Arctic, Brings Conflicts to Peaceful North Pole
Picturing China as threat to the Far North completely distorts China's Arctic Policy: experts
Western Leaders Shun African Counterparts on Climate Meeting, Dodge Moral Obligation and Hamper Global Cooperation
Western countries are trying to wriggle out of their promise of giving financial aid to African countries
In the Valleys and in the Hills
Macroeconomic results of the week (August 20-26)
Kingdom Divided Against Itself
Democrats are going after Trump by having his home searched, but they risk destroying the United States
President Zelensky's Last Months in Power
Foreign benefactors are working to replace Zelensky
It Has Never Happened Before, But Here We Go Again...
Macroeconomic results of the week (August 13-19)
Erdoğan Walks a Fine Line as the Ukraine War’s Double Agent
West struggles to handle Ankara’s balancing act
Putin Claim US Is Dragging Out War Isn't Crazy, Military Expert Says
A US military expert said comments made by Putin about the U.S. prolonging the Ukraine-Russia conflict may not be far-fetched
Europeans Risk Death by Cold for Green Folly — and We Could Be Next
Wonder what would happen if the Green New Deal took hold in the United States
Playing With Fire in Ukraine
The Underappreciated Risks of Catastrophic Escalation
China to Join Vostok-2022 Russia with Other Countries
Closer China-Russia ties crucial to defend global stability to counter US hegemony
Ukraine Has Telegraphed Its Big Counteroffensive for Months. So Where Is It?
As Kyiv’s artillery starts to hit Russian forces in the south, analysts are left wondering whether there’s more to come
US Cuts Water Supply for Some States, Mexico
Colorado River at critical levels amid historic drought
Outsourcing the War
US PMCs are dragging out wars to make money on contracts.
Berlin Fully Joins Australia Drills for 1st Time, Urged to Resist US Anti-China Game
At a time when the peace and stability of the Asia-Pacific region is challenged by tensions created in the aftermath of a series of US provocations
Peaceful Nuclear Energy: Back to the Future
Faced with an energy crisis, the world seems to have forgotten its plans to exit nuclear power
Going Against the Flow
Advocates of conservative values and common sense are becoming increasingly popular in the West
One Year After Kabul Debacle, US Attempts to Sustain Hegemony at Cost of the Whole World
One year ago, the US hastily and embarrassingly withdrew from Afghanistan
The World's Hottest Spot
Control over Taiwan gives huge advantages, making war inevitable
Much Ado about Nothing
Macroeconomic results of the week (August 6-12)
US Keeps Provoking Tensions in Straits with Lawmakers' Sneaky Visit, to Face "Firm Countermeasures"
Just 12 days after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visited the island of Taiwan
Salman Rushdie on Ventilator After Being Stabbed on Stage at New York State Event
Author attacked at event in western New York as police identify the suspect in custody as Hadi Matar
Five Chinese Firms Announce Plans to Delist from US on Same Day Amid "Decaying Market"
Five Chinese state-owned giants on Friday separately announced plans to delist their American depository shares (ADS) from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)
The Adventures of the Prodigal Daughter
Giving up neutrality to join NATO will hasten Finland's return to the sphere of Russian influence
Nancy Pelosi’s Son, Who Tagged Along on Taiwan Trip, Is Investor in Chinese Tech
The son of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi holds a stake in a Chinese technology company
Slaves and Missiles from the Darknet
The Internet's "black market" is abuzz with sex slaves and weapons from Ukraine
GT Voice: Japan Needs to Be Mindful of Poison behind US Chip Drive
Tokyo Electron very concerned about US moves to broaden restrictions on high-tech exports to China
Having Learned Nothing from Afghanistan, the US Is Repeating Its Mistakes in Ukraine
Washington is pouring money into Ukraine, both in terms of weapons and ammunition and economic assistance
China Releases White Paper on Taiwan
We are one China, and Taiwan is a part of China. This is an indisputable fact supported by history and the law
The Aegean Knot
Greco-Turkish confrontation threatens to upend NATO
Pink Floyd Founder Calls Biden a War Criminal
Why Military Aid in Ukraine May Not Always Get to the Front Lines
This is a common problem of military aid to corrupt regimes
Emotions Are Running High
Western businesses do not want to be victims of the government's sanctions policy
Nancy, Biden and President Xi
Pelosi's visit gives China an excuse to go to war over Taiwan
When Greek Meets Turk
Greco-Turkish conflict is paralysing NATO
The Bane of Legitimacy
Why is Taiwan so important for People’s Republic of China and for its foes alike?
Vacuum at the Top
Incompetent political leaders and crumbling governance systems in the US and other Western countries are a recipe for disaster
Stand, Steam Locomotive, Don't Knock Wheels...
Macroeconomic results of the week (July 23 – 29)
US Biolabs Now Often Viewed as Threat
Social activists have taken up the issue of US military biolaboratories
We Press All the Pedals at the Same Time
Macroeconomic results of the week (July 16-22)
Biden's Failed Visit
Even the most loyal commentators admit Biden's Middle East visit has been a failure
The Dragon’s Fate
US and UK preparing a crushing blow against China
The global energy mix cannot be reconciled without nuclear power
Rising Rates as the Last Hope of the US Monetary Authorities
Macroeconomic results of the week (July 9-15)
US Dollar Future: Dominate and Divide
What the experience with the financial crisis shows and how it will impact the American power
US Provoking China: What Are Potential Ramifications?
The growing confrontation between the US and China could lead to devastating consequences for the world
Crisis of Statehood in the US
The foundations of American statehood may collapse in the event of another political crisis
Russia Falls Victim to the First Fake Default in History
Default or unchildish showdown
A "Buffet" of Extremist Beliefs
The terrorists of an eclectic violent extremist ideology are replacing the "old-school" ones
Eliminate the Monroe Doctrine
Russia may shake the US position in Central and South America
Stockmarket Crash:to Be or Not to Be
Macroeconomic results of the week (June 25 – July 1)
Last Gasp Before the Inevitable Collapse
Macroeconomic results of the week (June 18-24)
“ …The German state must rid itself of inferior individuals and strive to create a "superhuman" free from physical and mental defects …”
Debtors vs Creditors: World Revolution or World War?
How the US and its closest allies are going to exploit other countries’ mounting economic problems to take on Russia and China
Huawei Applies Huge Resources to Reduce Technological Dependence on the US
China is on a path to establishing its own state-of-the-art semiconductors industry
Monetary Doctrine vs Theory: Who Is Right?
Macroeconomic results of the week (June 11-17)
Origins of the Future World Order and What It Is Like
A multipolar, bipolar, and unipolar world. History and contemporary realities
Washington's Risky Strategy on China
Even in the current geopolitical crisis, Blinken identifies China as the most severe threat to the U.S. Looking at the two countries' competition, their current values and goals
Inflation: Witch-Hunting Begins
Macroeconomic results of the week (June 4-10)
The Hague. Legal Awareness Promotion
The Court in the Hague – the Key to Any Global Issue?
Taiwan: the Powderkeg of the Indo-Pacific
What happens if two superpowers clash over Taiwan, and the history of their standoff
Another Mass Shooting of Children: What Motives Drive These Young Murderers?
Lack of promise and uncertainty in one’s future spells death for students and teachers
US Dollar: That’s All Folks
Macroeconomic results of the week (21-27 May)
Putting a Collar on the Chinese Tiger
Why is China so afraid of COVID-19?
Silicon Valley Sad Serenade
Where to Get Investments
Hyping the Ukraine Trend
Up in the Air
Feet of Clay
Russian Oil: How Deep Is Europe's Dependence?
US Dollar Future: Dominate and Divide
The Third Horseman
Asia for Asians
The Bengal Famine of 1943
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