Tag Archive: China

Jul 07

Russia-China Tandem Shifts Global Power

Official Washington’s arrogance in trying to push around Russia and China has pushed the two countries together, creating a dangerous new dynamic in international relations, explains ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern. Continue reading from Ray Mc Govern.

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Oct 07

Is China set to join Russia and Iran in support of Syria?

“The pro-Assad Al-Masdar (citing an unnamed SAA “senior officer”), said Chinese “personnel and aerial assets” are set to arrive within weeks”, Tyler Durden reported on ZeroHedge two weeks ago. “Beijing has taken decision to take part in combating IS and sent its vessels to the Syrian coast. (…) It is known, that China has joined …

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Apr 16

Dollar hegemony and the Iran nuclear issue

A useful historical compendium of the last two decades is in the article by Peter Koenig on the Information Clearing House website, reminding how the most crucial moves in Middle East, including the last “wars for democracy”, might be strictly related to another war: the one for dollar supremacy in the world. The conclusions are …

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Apr 14

BRICS and the Fiction of “De-Dollarization”

An interesting essays of Prof. Michael Chossudovsky published on Global Research dismantles the position of “the financial media as well as (of) segments of the alternative media (that) are pointing to a possible weakening of the US dollar as a global trading currency resulting from the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) initiative” to …

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Nov 28

A US message to China

US diplomatic iceberg spotted near China. Another clue of the warming mood of US-China relationships comes from the last episode (or provocation?) of the B-52 bombers violating the air defense zone of Senkaku/Diaoyu islands. How long will the Chinese power keep calm? Read more from Asian Times.

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Oct 22

The birth of the ‘de-Americanized’ world

China has had enough. The Country of Great Wall is working at a “de-Americanized” world. A commentary of Xinhua, a State controlled press agency, explains how and why and launches the idea of Petroyuan. “With its seemingly unrivaled economic and military might, the United States has declared that it has vital national interests to protect …

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Mar 03

Lower estimates of 2013 global oil demand

The estimate of global oil demand has been slithly lowered to 90.7 (mb/d) in 2013, following downward revisions to the International Monetary Fund’s forecast of economic activity, the IEA said in its February Oil Market Report. Crude oil futures breached nine-month highs in early February, propelled by stronger economic signals from China and the United …

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