Category Archive: Geopolitics

Oct 24

The false flag war on CO2

Hurricane Florence

Malthusian extremism and big business may hide behind ‘global warming’ and the war on CO2. While militars are “arming the nature”, as in this interesting report (Italian and English) on such a big business. Learn also about nice games as “How to destroy the environment” (by Prof. MacDonald, former President Johnson’s counsellor. UCLA., 1968), and how …

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Oct 23

A new oil Alliance

“Saudi Arabia and Russia could formalize a strategic partnership that would last indefinitely, potentially marking a new era for the oil market…”. Continue reading on oilprice.com. This Alliance Could Mark A New Era For Oil | OilPrice.com This Alliance Could Mark A New Era For Oil | OilPrice.com A formalized oil alliance between OPEC and …

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Oct 03

Vincitori e vinti del Risiko energetico globale

Molte delle recenti e meno recenti crisi geopolitiche traggono origine da fattori energetici, quali l’approvvigionamento, i prezzi, la distribuzione etc. Madalina Sisu Vicari, del Centro di Studi delle Relazioni Internazionali di Liegi ci aggiorna sulla situazione.   Madalina Vicari: Regole, Vincitori e Perdenti del Risiko energetico globale La prospettiva del Falco sul mondo di oggi …

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Sep 21

At the birth of Turkey’s currency crisis

In August the Turkish lira went on an extended down-slide. Today alone it lost nearly 20% of its value. It will likely take the Turkish economy with it and Erdogan need someone to blame for it. But while foreign powers and banks surely use the crisis for their own aims, it is its Erdogan’s economic …

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Sep 19

Syria – Israel’s Attack Kills Russian Soldiers

Yesterday Turkey and Russia agreed on a further de-escalation in Idelb province in Syria (see the update here). This agreement takes away the chance of an imminent wider war in which the U.S. and some of its allies would use a fake ‘chemical attack’ as a pretext to launch missiles against a large number of …

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Sep 14

European Parliament plenary session highlights: SOTEU, copyright, rule of law in Hungary, plastics

MEPs discussed the challenges facing the EU during the State of the Union debate and approved digital copyright rules and measures to counter money laundering and cut plastic waste. Plenary highlights: SOTEU, copyright, Hungary, plastics | News | European Parliament Plenary highlights: SOTEU, copyright, Hungary, plastics | News | European Parliament MEPs discussed the challenges …

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May 30

Markets turmoil and the Italian job

Is there a fierce struggle between France and Germany behind the minuet of the Italian President of the Republic and his refusal to appoint the yellow-green Government? Or, instead, “Salvini and Di Maio are on the Soros’ payroll?”, asks prof. Arrigo, professor of economy (read the full interview on Il Fatto Quotidiano). The “God of …

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