The prospects for the global economy will depend not only on access to energy resources and technologies, but also on the availability of transport corridors.
One of the mandates that our economic lords and masters have arrogated for themselves is that of maintaining so-called price stability, a constant purchasing power of the monetary unit in our wallets.
Washington has begun a new phase in its geopolitical financial warfare in the small Baltic republic of Latvia.
The pressure is escalating against the development of China as a global factor.
On 27 November Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, already at odds with the unelected bureaucrats of the European Union over his insistence on the right to decide whether Brussels or national elected governments shall be allowed to become citiz