January

When President Trump laid out his significant objectives shortly after his January 20, 2017 inauguration, he signed a number of executive orders to ignite a reversal of America’s increasing dependence on overseas manufacturers, especially those products that would put American “blue collar” workers back on the assembly lines. Chief among…
As previously clarified, both China and India, (Numbers 1 and 2) leaders in world population, have also gained the world’s leading position in numbers of billionaires. Asia’s billionaires have overcome those of the U.S. for the first time, driven primarily by China, according to Swiss consulting and accounting firm, UBS…
Since saving the world from facing certain destruction by the Germany/Japan combine in World War II, the U.S. also kept the co-superpower Soviet Union steamroller from dominating Western Europe. America was also chiefly responsible for the economic rebuilding of both friend and foe with the Marshall Plan. The United States…
As the various rationales behind Russia’s economic foreign policy continue to be debated on a constant media argumentation, the answer lies much more in Moscow’s economic well-being, rather than the preference of Russia’s global political relationships. Whether observing Russia’s preference in the recent presidential elections, or its continuing involvement in…
While the fast-unraveling European Community attempts to hang on to the “Socialist slant” of its political direction, which it dominated since Eurocom’s birth in the late 1990's, the ugly face of Neo-Fascism is making a surprising reappearance throughout such scattered Eurocom members as Germany, Austria, and Hungary, for starters. From…
While vastly improved employment and expanded factory jobs are key priorities in President Trump’s reversal of current dependence on global imports, the unexpected surge of robotics may further complicate these worthy objectives. While a record number of “hands-on” jobs fulfillment have made job creation increasingly urgent, the sudden upshot in…
What historian would ever have forecast the unique forthcoming energy understanding between historically bitter enemies, Saudi Arabia and the post-Soviet Russia. An international “friendship photo,” featuring Saudi Arabia’s King Salman and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin tells the story graphically, taken in the sumptuous headquarters of the Russian leader. While these…
Monday, 15 January 2018 00:18

What is Putin’s Long-Term Russian Goal?

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With Russia’s ostensible interference in America’s 2016 presidential elections, increasing questions are being raised as to what Moscow’s long-term aims might be all about. While most observers may have forgotten, the “pre-Russian” Soviet Union was considered a co-world “superpower,” along with the U.S. from 1945 to 1990. But it took…
After the U.S. consumption percentage had reached its highest gross domestic product level most recently, (68%), President Trump has promised to bring both “blue collar jobs” and factories back to a much more rational level. Although no particular percentage objective level has been officially announced, it has been expected that…
While committing hundreds of billions of dollars to transform previously “flared-off” natural gas into “liquid fossil fuel,” the world’s leading energy companies are now faced with establishing global demand. With a severe shortage at the turn of the past century, U.S., natural gas prices had been as high as $15…
While the Mideastern forty million of a major tribe, known as the Kurds, encompasses substantial geopolitical segments of southern Turkey, northern Iraq, and Iran, particularly, they have been increasingly newsworthy due to their desire to be united under a singular fiefdom. As a result, they are constantly at “war” with…
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