For a long time, the economies of China and the United States went "hand in hand", complementing each other: Americans, for reasons of economy, transferred their production to the PRC, the Chinese used a huge American market.
As serious problems emerge with the further development of China’s ultra-ambitious New Economic Silk Road, the formally named Belt, Road Initiative (BRI) the Russian Federation, especially in the wake of Washington’s mis-named trade war, is findin
The ongoing de facto genocide in the Republic of Yemen in a war whose most intense phase began in 2015, has until very recently been all but ignored in the Western mainstream media.
We hear a lot of sneers directed at the rich. Like “the 1 per cent,” “greedy” or “fat cats.” Today, I’ll ask: To what extent do the rich deserve these insults? Then, I’ll look at poverty, and ask: Why are so many people poor?
Before I delve into the heart of the matter, it is imperative to once again invoke the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action) better known as the Iranian nuclear deal that was signed in July of 2015 by P5+1 (US, UK, France, Russia, China + Ger
On November 5, the “most powerful”, according to Donald Trump, United States sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) came into force.
In a recent essay, the present author proposed a short series of aims that would reduce the burden of taxation on economic prosperity, in comparison to a programme proposed by the Adam Smith Institute (ASI).2 Part of the ASI’s programme