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What Didn’t Happen at G20 Is Far More Important Than What Did
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What Didn’t Happen at G20 Is Far More Important Than What Did
December 10, 2018

It is Trump’s misfortune that his Presidency seems to be coinciding with the end to not just ‘any’ super-cycle, but to a turbo-charged, global debt super-cycle.

Seven Days of Failures for the American Empire
December 9, 2018

Ukraine’s provocation in the Azov Sea threatened to turn the frozen conflict between Ukraine and Russia into a hot war, with all the attendant consequences. 

Seven Days of Failures for the American Empire
World
Trade War On Hold? Trump, Xi, And The G20 Summit
Trade War On Hold? Trump, Xi, And The G20 Summit
December 4, 2018

The G20 summit in Argentina has concluded. Are we better off? Will the temporary pause on new US/China tariffs hold? Anything positive from the brief Trump/Putin meet and greet? Missed opportunities?

Lots to Protest About at the G20 Summit
December 3, 2018

Public anger is all about opposition to predatory capitalism, globalization adversing affecting billions of people worldwide, neoliberal harshness, ecocide, and endless wars of aggression, among other issues.

Lots to Protest About at the G20 Summit
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Sayonara, ‘America First’! We Hardly Knew Ye!
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Sayonara, ‘America First’! We Hardly Knew Ye!
December 1, 2018

Donald Trump’s cancellation of his planned meeting with Vladimir Putin at the Buenos Aires G20 is another sign of the now almost certain demise of his declared “America First” agenda.

G20 Summit – US-Russia Diplomacy Sabotaged, Again
November 30, 2018

By not meeting Putin in Buenos Aires, another essential opportunity to restore bilateral US-Russia relations is being scotched.

G20 Summit – US-Russia Diplomacy Sabotaged, Again
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G20 Summit, Top Agenda Item: Bye-Bye American Empire
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G20 Summit, Top Agenda Item: Bye-Bye American Empire
November 30, 2018

What America needs to do is regenerate through a reinvented social economic order, one that is driven by democratic development and not the capitalist private profit of an elite few.

Seeing the Substance in Trump-Putin Meeting
July 13, 2017

The first meeting between Presidents Trump and Putin achieved  potentially life-saving progress on the Syrian crisis, but the U.S. media/political world can’t get past its obsession with Russia-gate, reports Gilbert Doctorow.

Seeing the Substance in Trump-Putin Meeting
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