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G20 Aftermath: No Need to Panic

The recent G20 summit involving the leaders of the world’s 20 largest economies held in Antalya, Turkey, bore witness to the increasing disintegration of the global architecture that the US and its closest allies have been persistently creating since the 1990s...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 19.11.2015


 

G-20 Summit and Fate of IMF

At least a dozen major topics were discussed at the annual G-20 meeting in Antalya, Turkey, both at the forum sessions as well as on the sidelines, and at bilateral and group meetings...

Valentin KATASONOV | 19.11.2015


 

G20 Summit in Antalya

The G20 summit has ended in Antalya, Turkey. The summit, in which President of Russia Vladimir Putin took part, adopted the G20 Leaders’ Communique and the G20 Statement on the Fight against Terrorism. On the last day of the summit, Nov 16, Vladimir Putin held a press conference during which he answered several questions on the most burning issues of today...

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 17.11.2015


 

G20 Puts on Global Security Uniform

The G20 summit will take place on November 15-16, 2015 in Belek, a spa town located 15 km from Antalya, the Turkey’s resorts heaven. 30 out of 45 most luxurious hotels of Turkish Mediterranean seashore have already been reserved to host heads of state, foreign and finance ministers, delegations, support teams and body guards...

Andrey FEDYASHIN | 14.11.2015


 

Russia-Turkey Reload?

The upcoming G20 summit set to take place in Antalya, Turkey, on 15-16 November may be the first such representative international forum at which the new international architecture emerging before our very eyes to the accompaniment of Russian military airstrikes against Islamic State terrorists will really make itself known. The geopolitical alliance being actively formed in the region between Russia, Iran and Syria, with the possible inclusion of other influential players, is believed to be a key element of this architecture. One of these influential players is Turkey, which has been showing noticeable activity in recent weeks...

Pyotr ISKENDEROV | 14.11.2015


 

Central Banks: Confusion and Fear in Anticipation of Shocks

Few know that in addition to the G7, G10, and G20, the Group of Thirty – G30 also exists. This is an informal annual meeting between the directors of the central banks of 30 countries. These events get very little media coverage, but one can assume that the G30 meetings are set up by the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in Basel, which is widely thought to be the General Staff of the central banks of many countries...

Valentin KATASONOV | 28.10.2015


 

TFF PressInfo N 292: Brisbane – A show of Western weakness

No matter what you may think of Putin and Russia this is simply not the way international politics should be conducted, particularly not at the personal level. If it wasn’t an offence to children, one would aptly characterise it as childish behaviour. Western leaders ignored a brilliant opportunity to meet face-to-face with Vladimir Putin and move forward towards mutual understanding instead of signalling that they want a new Cold War.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 19.11.2014


 

US and Europe Conceal Their Bankruptcy with Hostility to Russia

...Worldwide, the economic outlook is grim, according to even the pro-Western International Monetary Fund’s latest assessment. So, you would think that top of the agenda for the G20 summit last weekend should be how governments are coordinating recovery efforts to get people back into work, relaunch economies with massive public investment, boost social welfare to mitigate rising poverty, and rebalance the explosion of inequality between capital and labour. No. Obama and European leaders sought instead to shift the focus from economics to «security» and in particular to add more international pressure on Russia over the Ukraine crisis...

Finian CUNNINGHAM | 18.11.2014


 

The International Monetary Fund Might Not Live to See Its Anniversary

The latest meeting of the ministers of finance and central bank governors of the G20 countries took place April 10-11, 2014 in Washington. A key issue was the reform of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)... Through their inaction on the issue of reforming the IMF, the United States first and foremost is discrediting itself. And second, the Fund. Third, the G20. The Fund's reputation is plummeting especially fast considering that in recent years China has been giving "third world" countries loans similar in size to those offered by the IMF and the IBRD. But Beijing, unlike the IMF, does not set political conditions in the spirit of the Washington Consensus...

Valentin KATASONOV | 19.04.2014


 

‘US Desperate To Isolate Russia On All Fronts’

‘US Desperate To Isolate Russia On All Fronts’. The Obama administration is taking no prisoners trying to “isolate” Russia on all possible fronts – with negligible results so far. Here I outlined some reasons why Asia won’t isolate Russia. And here some reasons why the EU cannot afford to isolate Russia. Yet the Obama administration is relentless, and bound to keep attacking on three major fronts – the G20, Iran and Syria.

EDITOR'S CHOICE | 29.03.2014




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Why Washington Fears Britain Quitting EU

The countdown begins this week for the momentous question facing Britain: whether to exit the European Union – the so-called Brexit. While the issue seems to be primarily one for British national interests, lurking in the background is a crucial geopolitical concern for the United States. The outcome of the British referendum on Europe could severely undermine Washington’s global hegemonic ambitions and in particular its adversarial agenda towards Russia...

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