The U.S. is running the risk that not only the Chinese, but also the Canadians, Japanese, and Europeans will free themselves from the world’s largest economy.
Despite the hardships that these sanctions will no doubt have on Iranian citizens, it is unlikely that they will produce the results desired by Donald Trump.
In October, Bill De Blasio, the mayor of New York City, will visit Buenos Aires with a political initiative that should be copied by every city participating in the Urban20 forum: to sue the oil companies for the damages caused by climate change.* Last Wednesday, the Big Apple sued Chevron Corp., BP, ConocoPhillips, [Read more]
The acknowledgment that central banks have no more credibility is by far the most concerning for a financial system whose survival solely dwells on the blind faith that central banks are mystically infallible.
They both profoundly despise culture and education, and live in a world filled with champagne, sycophants and bodyguards that completely isolates them from the suffering and hopes of the common people.
<i>Crude oil production currently far exceeds global demand due to the market war being waged by America and the Gulf states. Stocks are full, prices are plummeting... and crisis is imminent.</i>
College posters are brimming with debates about the development of the price of oil. Controversies are numerous. But no [Read more]
A wolf is a wolf, no matter how much you try to tame it.
François Hollande holds all the trump cards for demanding that Obama opt to create the political conditions needed to rapidly defeat Daesh.
"Libya is a disaster. Iraq is a disaster. Syria is a disaster. And it all blew up around Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama."