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By the numbers: The de-dollarization of global trade
Data suggests that US dollar reserves in central banks are dwindling, as is the influence of the US on the world economy. This presents a unique opportunity for regional currencies and alternative payment systems to enter the vacuum.
Jan 13, 2023
US bargains over Iran’s unrest
The US has voiced willingness to end support for Iran's protest movement if Tehran stops selling drones to Moscow and makes concessions on its nuclear program.
Dec 06, 2022
Michael Hudson: A roadmap to escape the west’s stranglehold
The geoeconomic pathway away from the neoliberal order is fraught with peril, but the rewards in establishing an alternative system are as promising as they are urgent
Oct 06, 2022
Why China seeks an Iran nuclear deal
Beijing has compelling reasons to prevent the Iran nuclear deal from collapse, and they mainly concern China's need for stability in the Persian Gulf
Aug 04, 2022
The power troika trumps Biden in West Asia
The presidents of Russia, Iran, and Turkey convened to discuss critical issues pertaining to West Asia, with the illegal US occupation of Syria a key talking point
Jul 20, 2022
Behind the Tin Curtain: BRICS+ vs NATO/G7
The west is nostalgically caught up with outdated 'containment' policies, this time against Global South integration. Unfortunately for them, the rest of the world is moving on, together.
Jun 28, 2022
Russia’s judo kick to the western financial gut
Washington's sanctions on Moscow will destroy Europe, not Russia
Mar 08, 2022
Follow the money: how Russia will bypass western economic warfare
The US and EU are over-reaching on Russian sanctions. The end result could be the de-dollarization of the global economy and massive commodity shortages worldwide.
Mar 01, 2022