Partners are needed who oppose the digital monopolization pursued by leaders from the U.S.
Recently, the debate on the relevance of the current system of international space law has been revived with renewed vigor in the United States. Government authorities and powerful experts are calling for a review of relevant standards. They strongly believe that the U.S. military should have an opportunity to protect [Read more]
Ultimately, what has fed this war is the manner in which it has been communicated.
The 0.25 percent interest rate increase has nothing to do with the U.S. economy but is the result of a global strategy.
In America, the "Chinese Threat" has only intensified.
The media has reported on Sergey Lavrov’s statement that the era of the West’s domination has ended. New centers of influence are appearing in the Asia-Pacific region.
The well-known political analyst and professor, Oleg Matveychev, comments on this news:
According to statistics, China accounts for 15 percent [Read more]
The angry Russian reaction, and warnings regarding what some American media outlets — close as ever to decision-making circles — leaked concerning Washington’s intention to deploy ballistic missiles to Europe, reveal that the world is approaching a phase of tension. How far this will reach is difficult to [Read more]
<i>Here we outline five reasons to condemn the unilateral sanctions made by the U.S. toward Venezuela.</i>
- Seventy-three percent of the population rejects them. That is the percentage that, according to Hinterlaces, questions the U.S. sanctions on Venezuela. Namely, the sanctions are looked upon unfavorably by the [Read more]
<i>For the American bank, Brazil faces risk due to internal problems, the possibility of interest rate increases in the U.S. and deceleration in China; other banks are also naming Brazil as one of the most fragile, along with Indonesia, Mexico, Turkey and South Africa.</i>
The vulnerability of emerging countries is [Read more]
America’s hegemonic ambitions encourage volatile situations.