US infrastructure is rotting; and, while every recent US President has promised to reverse that decline, none has done anything significant to repair this nation’s rotting infrastructure — it has always been just talk...
The economies of Russia and China are far more complementary than is assumed in the West. A great deal more investment on both sides would be required to take proper advantage of that potential, but the resources and political will...
It is high time to pull back the curtain on Google to ascertain whether or not it is playing fair and square with the American people.
Markets are worrying about the consequences for global trade – and US corporate earnings – were the current Cold War to deepen: i.e. that the roulette ball does not happen to land on ‘red’.
The more the US tries to reshape the world, the more resistance that policy will meet, as other nations are pushed closer together, expediting the emergence of a multipolar world.
As the world becomes more dependent on high-tech and an “Internet of things,” the economic war for control of rare earth minerals will increase.
The decision to purchase the S-400 and defy the US exerting outright pressure proves the Indian government is adamant in its desire to boost cooperation with the old partner and friend.
Putin’s economic plan has softened the economic blow upon the masses, even while it has re-oriented the economy toward what would be the future growth-areas.