The world oil market will undergo a fundamental change in the future. Choosing petrodollars or oil wars is no longer a question that can be answered.
That makes the Middle East difficult to understand is that it comprises a multitude of actors with different logics who, depending on the circumstances, make or break alliances.
It appears as if Saudi de facto ruler, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, is on a mission to destroy the world oil giant by one after the other ill-conceived economic decisions.
There has been much that has already been written about the Rothschild crime syndicate.
Iran attempted to seize a British tanker in retaliation for the arrest of an Iranian vessel from Gibraltar. The United States is collecting a coalition against Tehran.
Analysis of recent events suggests the inevitability of a military confrontation between the United States and Iran. But is the White House really ready to get involved in the largest military operation in the 21st century?
On May 20, members of the House of Representatives and the Senate asked Donald Trump to make sure that Israel receives adequate support and material assistance from the United States to maintain its geopolitical superiority in the Middle East, as