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Trans-Pacific Partnership Signed in New Zealand amid Mass Protests

On February 4, tens of thousands of people protested throughout New Zealand against the formal signing of the US-led Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement by representatives from 12 countries. The signing follows years of secret negotiations between the US, Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 11.02.2016


 

British Foreign Policy Seems Confused (Nothing New There)

Back in October I wrote an article in praise of the start of the Anglo-Sino «Golden Age». Finally some strategic direction and purpose in British foreign policy was apparent after years of stale inertia and uncreative thinking or worse the dangerous craziness of Tony Blair’s neoconservatism which led Britain into invading Iraq alongside the George W Bush administration, helping to create the nightmare scenario we see unfolding day by day in Iraq thirteen years on...

Matthew JAMISON | 09.02.2016


 

Waiting for Perfect Storm

Let’s start with the IMF «reform» which will be in full effect in a few weeks. Even this mini «reform» had been repeatedly vetoed by the Empire of Chaos. Washington still holds the largest quota and voting shares in the IMF, ahead of Japan. But now China is in the 3rd place and BRICS members Brazil, Russia and India are in the top ten...

Pepe ESCOBAR | 31.01.2016


 

Silk Dragon Takes Persian Road

He came, he saw, and he pocketed all the deals that matter.  Chinese President Xi Jinping’s tour of Southwest Asia – Saudi Arabia, Iran and Egypt – could easily be sold anywhere as your typical Chinese-style win-win...

Pepe ESCOBAR | 27.01.2016


 

Why Has US Decided to Destroy IMF?

As we know, last December the International Monetary Fund – under pressure from its biggest shareholder, the United States – made a major change to the rules that govern its operations. From now on, the IMF can continue to work with countries that for one reason or another do not meet their obligations to the fund’s members (their official creditors)...

Valentin KATASONOV | 26.01.2016


 

Chinese Economic Miracle Is Far from Over

With the recent news of the volatility on the Chinese stock market and a slowing economy, many spivs and speculators have been fretting over the fundamental health and long term wellbeing of the Chinese economy. Is the world's second largest (or perhaps even first) economy headed into a severe downturn or prolonged slump? Will China be able to successfully effect a transition from a manufacturing and export led economy to one with a stronger consumer led and services orientated equilibrium?..

Matthew JAMISON | 25.01.2016


 

Global Financial Turmoil: A Severe Worldwide Economic Recession in 2016-2017

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 23.01.2016


 

China Wades into Iran-Saudi Swamp

Iran is back with a bang. And what a bang. The simplistic Western narrative rules that after the end of UN, US and EU sanctions – in fact a few still remain in place – Iran is rejoining global markets. That may be the case – from Tehran clinching a deal to buy 114 planes from Airbus to Iranian oil soon hitting Western markets. But the key question is actually how, at what pace, and with what partners Tehran plans to rejoin global markets.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 22.01.2016


 

China on Peaceful Path

Over the last few weeks, the announcement of President Xi Jinping’s plan for modernizing China’s military, including building a second aircraft carrier, coupled with the recent announcement of China’s first-ever military support facility in East Africa’s Djibouti, revived the somehow repetitive but always interesting question on the «real intentions» of China...

Augusto SOTO | 21.01.2016


 

China Gears Up to Launch Middle East Pivot Policy

Chinese President Xi Jinping's first official visit to the Middle East next week is a signal of Beijing's intention to be a major player in Mid East affairs. Against the background of extremely intensive international contacts since the assumption of the Chinese presidency in March 2013, Xi Jinping’s first Middle East tour from Jan. 19 to Jan. 23 will include Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Iran...

Peter KORZUN | 17.01.2016




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Geneva Peace Talks Suspended: Syria Faces Further Escalation of Conflict

The Syrian opposition has stymied the UN-sponsored peace talks in Geneva. Having refused a dialogue with the delegation of the Syria Arab Republic, its delegation left the talks. UN special envoy Staffan de Mistura halted the negotiation process until February 25...

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