Tom Luongo is an independent political and economic analyst based in North Florida, USA
Will we take the opportunity handed to us and tighten our belts, demand debt liquidation, corporate bankruptcies and a complete reshuffling of the global capital order?
The lack of humanity shown by America’s diplomatic corps ensures that in the long run the U.S. will be left to fend for itself when the next crisis hits.
Putin understands that a world awash in debt is one that cannot withstand the currency needed to repay that debt rising sharply.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan should call German Chancellor Angela Merkel some point soon to compare notes on how it feels to be trapped between the U.S. and Russia.
This primary season will spell the end of the Democratic Party as a viable political construct after this election cycle. Hillary is the stalking horse for the nomination. She’ll lose to Trump.
Gabbard has burned all the bridges within the DNC she can, proving herself to be a person of integrity in a U.S. political wasteland of charlatans.
When you owe the bank a thousand dollars it’s your problem. When you owe the bank a few hundred billion dollars it’s the bank’s problem, in this case, specifically German banks.
2019 had in it a number of watershed moments in geopolitics which signal just how close to radical change in the game board we are.
There is real fear that Gazprom will walk away from the talks with Ukraine and will wait out the completion of Nordstream 2.
Tusk cannot abide the idea of anyone resisting his vision of a united Europe projecting its bureaucratic nightmare on the rest of the world.