North Korean organizations and leading figures will no longer be able to access American banks or financial operations involving the United States. This is the first series of retaliatory measures taken by Barack Obama in response to the cyberattack on Sony Pictures, which aimed at stopping the release of the film [Read more]
The US government, perhaps surprised at the ease with which all financial markets can be rigged, is now ... driving down the exchange value of the Russian ruble by massive short-selling in the currency market.
Russia violated the principles of the World Trade Organization by instituting restrictions in response to the sanctions imposed by the United States, the European Union, and an array of other countries. Assertions like this one form the contents of the report of the office of the U.S. Trade Commission, published [Read more]
Karim Sadjadpour, an Iran analyst based in Washington speaks succinctly, about Obama's wishes in the Iranian nuclear crisis; in the two last years of his term, the president wants to stop the regime in Tehran from making a bomb, but also does not want to bomb its nuclear installations. Keeping indefinite negotiations [Read more]
With the change in Congress's political composition, it's not clear what will happen regarding the sanctions.
The bear doesn’t ask for permission from anyone, and it’s not going to start now.
The sanctions imposed by The United States a few days ago on Hungary are an unprecedented decision. Never before have Americans punished any member country of the EU, which is their biggest ally.
Washington is claiming that the decision to forbid entry to the U.S. to six Hungarian citizens is due to attempted [Read more]
Not long ago, a new form of terrorism appeared, more subtle than the dagger and scimitar, but whose victims number in the millions: financial terrorism.