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European leaders trips to China highlight Beijing's role as a "peace promoter"
Multiple leaders from European countries and the EU have recently announced or are planning trips to China
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
Why warm weather and low prices could lead to another gas crisis in Europe
Roots of a unique downturn
Everything Goes On
Macroeconomic results of the week (February 25-March 3)
Reset in military style
Global Energy Crisis
Inflating local imbalances in the fuel and energy complex is a way to earn political dividends as well
I Don't See Anything, I Don’t Hear Anything, I Won’t Tell Anyone Anything
Macroeconomic results of the week (February 18-24)
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
Demonstrations against weapons supply to Ukraine
Expanding rifts within EU, bloc’s strategic misalignment
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
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.
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)
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
Any Plan Is Better Than No Plan
Macroeconomic results of the week (February 4-10)
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
Europe will engulf itself in war with offer of fighter jets to Ukraine
Move may trigger strong Russian retaliation, drag NATO into conflict
Roger Waters at UN Security Council on Ukraine
The British rock star was invited by Russia to address the council Wednesday morning
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)
Eco-Activists' Coal Nightmare
Gas deficit pushes Germany into reviving its coal industry
The next stage in the relentless US military escalation against Russia
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
EU's new 'Media Freedom Act' creates not more, but less freedom
Harbingers of Civil War
Migrant unrest rocked Germany and Europe on the eve of New Year
NATO to send over 100 heavy tanks against Russia
In the most dangerous escalation of the war between NATO and Russia to date...
Sweden: From Dissenting Opinion to a New Course
Why is Sweden threatening to leave the European Union?
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
The Gas Industry In The Grip Of (Non-)Market Passions
How did global gas markets perform last year, and what awaits them in the new year?
Europe's Energy Sector: Year-End Results
Gas- and coal-fired power plants in the EU reported an increase in electricity generation, while hydropower plants and NPPs saw their output dwindle
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)
Rifts In The Transatlantic Alliance
Discontent is growing: The US benefits from the war in Ukraine at the expense of the Europeans
The war frenzy of Germany’s Greens
Since the beginning of hostilities in Ukraine almost a year ago...
Britain confirms plan to send heavy battle tanks to Ukraine
Britain stepped up its critical role in NATO’s war against Russia this week...
What will the domestic and foreign policy of a future German state look like?
Unabated Addiction To the Dollar
$80 trillion worth of risk. What's next?
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
Return of the German Reich
The defeat of the conspiracy of the pro-imperial putschists is a distraction to the "wrong object"
Oil's Vicissitudes: The Rules Of The Game Are Changing
The familiar decades-old patterns are unraveling before our eyes
After Zelensky’s Washington trip
Ukraine launches another attack inside Russia
A Bright Future in 2023?
2022 was rather harsh, but serious troubles still lie ahead
Former German Chancellor Merkel admits
The Minsk agreement was merely to buy time for Ukraine’s arms build-up
A Gloomy Christmas
For Europe, everything is just beginning: from the economic crisis to the political crisis
What’s Good For The Back Is Bad For The Head
Macroeconomic results of the week (December 10-16)
There Are 8 Billion Of Us: Is That a Lot?
Humanity has hit another demographic milestone
Balancing Out The Russian Oil Embargo
Can the US provide the European Union with enough oil?
It Will, But When?
Macroeconomic results of the week (December 3-9)
The Die Is Cast
Is Europe Preparing for Another Drang nach Osten?
Honey Is Sweet, But The Bee Stings…
Macroeconomic results of the week (November 26 – December 2)
Just a Paper Tiger
The truth about sanctions: the West is shooting itself in the foot, while Russian exports to Europe are increasing
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 German Munitions Disaster
The Bundeswehr only has ammunition for two days - but there is no way out in sight
After A Receding Wave, Another Will Always Come…
Macroeconomic results of the week (November 12-18)
Study on the history of the worldwide primary energy consumption
Poland Missile Strike Reflects Growing Division In The West
The explosion that killed two people on Polish territory
Whom The Gods Would Destroy…
"Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad…" Euripides, an ancient Greek playwright
Dogs Bark – A Caravan Moves On
Macroeconomic results of the week (November 5-11)
French-German split of the EU
On the origins and methods of the European continent's return to power competition
Guns from the Darknet
Finnish police trace weapons in the hands of European criminal gangs to Ukraine
Which method is the "lesser evil"?
Macroeconomic results (October 29 – November 4)
Chickens instead of black swans
Europe falls into the pit of anti-Russian sanctions
Dangers and Opportunities
Many countries around the world are earning on the EU energy crisis
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
Global Food Security
The Future of the Istanbul Grain Deals
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
How explosions in the Nord Streams gas pipelines will affect Russian-German relations
Orders for LNG
Ships surge as demand rise from energy-starved Europe
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.
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
EU Complains High Energy Bills, to Endure Cold Winter
European countries are preparing to face a severe and tough winter
Baltic Pipe as a Symbol of Uncertainty
Poland didn't get rid of Russia's "gas shackles", but it may cause problems for German consumers
As European Leaders Meet, Questions Remain Over Whether a New Political Club Will Actually Work
Excluding Russia would further worsen security situation in Europe: analysts
OPEC+ to Cut Oil Output Despite US Opposition
Showing 'widening discrepancies with Washington'
New Arms Dealers
Small exporters change the arms market equilibrium
Saboteurs take the stage
Macroeconomic results of the week (September 24-30)
Russia-Ukraine Conflict ‘to Enter New Stage’ After Referendums
West in dilemma 'whether to get more directly involved
New Front Line: from Laayoune to Batken
A whole array of simmering multi-sided conflicts will be shaping the future of three continents
Is it a looming euro crisis?
The euro's weakness: background and solutions
India's IT Lessons
India's experience in developing its IT sector is worth to be examined
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
And the battle continues again
Macroeconomic results of the week (September 10-16)
Geopolitics: Releasing the Inner Child and Its Implications
Why is it that Russia and the West can never agree?
Prices Out of Cap
Putting a price cap on Russian energy would undermine G7's competitive edge
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
Everything Is as Usual, Tomorrow Is Worse Than Today, the Day After Tomorrow – Than Tomorrow
Macroeconomic results of the week (September 3-9)
A Bitter Pill to Swallow for Europe
Locals gripped with severe energy crisis protest paying price for political games
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
Things are Quiet Now
Macroeconomic results of the week (August 27 - September 2)
Erdoğan Walks a Fine Line as the Ukraine War’s Double Agent
West struggles to handle Ankara’s balancing act
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
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
Dutch Anglers Save Fish as Rhine Drought Bites
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
The Adventures of the Prodigal Daughter
Giving up neutrality to join NATO will hasten Finland's return to the sphere of Russian influence
Slaves and Missiles from the Darknet
The Internet's "black market" is abuzz with sex slaves and weapons from Ukraine
The Aegean Knot
Greco-Turkish confrontation threatens to upend NATO
Emotions Are Running High
Western businesses do not want to be victims of the government's sanctions policy
Europe Is Being Torn Apart by Gas Disputes While the Obvious Solution Is Staring It in the Face
As Russian gas supplies dwindle, European countries are being forced to turn to their winter reserves that threaten to dry up by January
Coal Renaissance: Origins and Potential Consequences
The geopolitical situation has transformed attitudes toward energy, suspending the international discussion of the "green agenda" and giving a "second wind" for hydrocarbon fuels
A New Ottoman Superpower
This is the way Erdoğan’s Turkey imagines itself
In Hindsight... Some Said No
"Playing into else's hands" or how anti-Russian sanctions are affecting Italy
Inalienable Property Rights, or How Europe Will Square Accounts with Russia
European countries will have to make reparations for expropriating Russia’s property
Hyena of Europe 2.0
WW III may follow a familiar British-made pattern
The Masochism of Sanctions Has Forced Brussels to a Step Back
How Russia sanctions divide the EU and how far can the established plans change?
Viktor Orban Is on the Warpath Against the EU, NATO, and Big Business
What stands behind Orban’s decision to endorse yet another state of emergency and what will be the consequences for Hungary?
Military Council at Ramstein
The US to make Europe go to war with Russia
Harris visit to Africa may become another political show if no promises kept
US should abandon outdated Monroe Doctrine and respect countries independent foreign policy
Ukrainian Official Says Kyiv Doesn’t Have the Resources for a Counteroffensive
Why India worries G20 Foreign Ministers Meeting goes "off-topic"
Time to jointly press stop button on Russia-Ukraine conflict
Conservative Cardinals Trying to Overthrow Francis?
Domestic Problems Are More Important Than Global Ones
West Unlikely To Succeed In Weaning New Delhi Away From Moscow
Stairway to Energy Hell
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