Despite clear evidence that Washington has chosen the path to conflict with Russia and China, European governments have not objected. Poland, Ukraine, and the Baltics even seem to demand more conflict or a quicker path to conflict.
According to the Bundesbank, Germany has repatriated about 1,710 tons or more than half of its gold reserves sooner than planned. The size of its reserves ranks second in the world.
The budget of the U.S. Navy and marine corps will be 171,5 billion dollars in the fiscal year of 2018. 7,2 billion dollars will be spent on operations abroad.
If forty years of observing and drawing conclusions about the United States of America have taught anything, it is that the nation remains fundamentally delusional.
It’s been a year since the death of Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro, which was a sad occasion for all those comrades and friends who for decades have shown solidarity with the people of Cuba and the Cuban revolution.
Massive damming policies of such Asian giants as China and India testifies to the fact that, sometimes, these individual interests must be sacrificed for the sake of mutual benefit and positive regional development.
If one is to take careful measure of Anthony M. Barrett’s perspective essay entitled “False Alarms, True Dangers?
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump represent two diametrically opposite approaches to American foreign policy. Hillary means war, “humanitarian interventions”, policies of spreading democracy, American hegemony, globalism, and conflict with Russia.