What is new with contemporary (global) leading corporations? If gigantic monopolies are a repeated phenomenon in capitalism’s history, why all the fuss we see every day regarding high concentration?
An important event took place between 22 and 24 February that not only has a symbolic significance for the Western hemisphere, but could also become an additional catalyst for the establishment of a multipolar world order.
The Confederation between Muslims and the People of the Book that was created and fostered by the Prophet Muhammad was sabotaged and destroyed by small segments of evil-doers, groups that are powerful materially but filthy and frothy like the foam of the sea.
When we say that the mega-corporations are secondary actors in international relationships and that commonly require the states to act, we are not unaware that the mega-corporations, the World Bank or the International Monetary Fund and other inte
The G-20 summit in Argentina, as experts had expected, did not end with a breakthrough on multilateral topics. The United States opposed “rule-based international order” protectionism as a “threat”. The joint statement, under pressure from Donald Trump, included a clause on the need to reform the WTO, where countries disadvantaged by US tariffs win the courts against the United States. But with the same pressure from Trump the climate consensus did not take place - the United States will continue the course towards a boycott of the Paris Agreement - and on the issue of migration. The White House does not want to risk jobs in the United States in the name of combating global warming and does not believe that “joint efforts” are needed to overcome the effects of migration.
Buenos Aires will use Brexit to “step up” diplomatic efforts to transfer the Malvinas (Falkland) Islands to Argentina. This was warned in an interview with the Daily Telegraph by the Argentine Foreign Minister Jorge Faurie.