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A Peg for a Peg: That’s the West’s Offer for China
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A Peg for a Peg: That’s the West’s Offer for China
October 14, 2019

The Saudis are the weak link in the US’s Mideast Alliance. Hong Kong is China’s soft financial underbelly, Tom Luongo writes.

The Venezuela Phase of US Global Demise
February 6, 2019

Venezuela can be best understood as another phase of the US dollar’s historic demise, and the concomitant bigger demise of American global power.

The Venezuela Phase of US Global Demise
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Russia’s Eastern Economic Forum Wrap Up: De-Dollarization Tops Agenda
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Russia’s Eastern Economic Forum Wrap Up: De-Dollarization Tops Agenda
September 15, 2018

The US policy of trade wars and sanctions has triggered the global process of de-dollarization. Using punitive measures as a foreign policy tool is like shooting oneself in the foot.

Crashing Currency Chaos Spreads Across the Global South
September 1, 2018

 

Independent analysts from Russia and Turkey to Brazil and Iran largely agree that the overwhelming factor in the current currency crisis is a reversing of the US Federal Reserve quantitative easing (QE) policy.

Crashing Currency Chaos Spreads Across the Global South
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Weaponizing the US Dollar Is Accelerating Global De-Dollarization
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Weaponizing the US Dollar Is Accelerating Global De-Dollarization
August 23, 2018

With the United States withdrawing from major global treaties, engaging in economic warfare on several fronts, and having considerable disagreements with traditional allies, Washington now more than ever needs the support of friends.

Russia: Sovereign and Well-Protected from Financial Storms
July 19, 2018

Russia has ensured that it is protected against economic trials and tribulations, financial crises, punitive measures, and other menaces.

Russia: Sovereign and Well-Protected from Financial Storms
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Russia Sells Off Record Amount of US Treasury Bonds
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Russia Sells Off Record Amount of US Treasury Bonds
June 18, 2018

The worse the US relations with other countries become, the more likely are other nations to reconsider their reliance on the dollar.

Economic Collapse and Dollar Hegemony – How Did This Start?
January 26, 2018

Gold had its own intrinsic value and was valid in every empire around the world; the same with silver and bronze. Gold had become not only a means of exchange and a measure of value but also a reservoir of value to be bequeathed to heirs. Above all it was a means of payment.

Economic Collapse and Dollar Hegemony – How Did This Start?
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