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No Deal Yet For Greece: Eurozone Financial Ministers Will Be Meeting Again On Saturday

Originally posted on Today's Defense & International Relations Topics:
The latest round of talks aimed at averting a Greek default have concluded with no resolution or agreements. This morning, discussion between Greece and its creditors did not produce a deal. With the end of the week approaching, the chances of a solid deal between…

The Beat – Greece, Greece, Greece

The daily barrage of Greek news is overwhelming and investors are anchoring their decisions on any piece of noise which may indicate that Greece is safe and Europe has solved the problem which haunts financial markets for months. The solution is not coming and the 11th hour or shall we say 12th hour solution is … Continue reading

BRICS vs the West

By Enrique Lescure Introduction Francis Fukuyama coined the term “end of history” in 1992, following the collapse of the Soviet Union. The bipolar world, divided between the Capitalistic and Socialistic blocs, was no more, and was replaced with a world characterised by unipolar hegemony by the United States, and the strengthening of supranational institutions aiming … Continue reading

Russia Interested In Integration Of Latin American Associations’ Into The Eurasian Economic Union (EEU)

Russia is interested in Latin American associations’ integration into the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Wednesday, TASS news agency reports. “We welcome Columbia’s active role in promoting integration processes in the region, including in the framework of CELAC [Community of Latin American and Caribbean States], UNASUR [Union of South … Continue reading

The Case For Bringing Syria Into The Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO)

By Andrew Korybko Syria is ground-zero in the battle between the Resistant & Defiant (R&D) multipolar states and the unipolar world, and the resolution of the conflict would therefore have enormous implications for both sides. Thus far, however, the only R&D states that have been offering substantial support to Damascus in its war on terror have … Continue reading

27 Facts That Show How The Middle Class Has Fared Under 6 Years Of Barack Obama – OpEd

By Michael Snyder During his State of the Union speech on Tuesday evening, Barack Obama is going to promise to make life better for middle class families.  Of course he has also promised to do this during all of his other State of the Union addresses, but apparently he still believes that there are people … Continue reading

Vietnam’s Leaders Look To Consolidate Gains In 2015

By Thomas Jandl For Vietnam’s leadership, 2014 was another year of growing into a role as an increasingly active international player, both diplomatically and economically. Two events — the Haiyang 981 oilrig incident and TPP accession negotiations — gave Vietnam a place in the spotlight and shed light on a continued path for 2015. Vietnamese … Continue reading

Peter Schiff: When Exactly Are Falling Prices Bad?

By Peter Schiff Euro Pacific Capital The sudden fall in the price of oil provides a unique opportunity to examine the widely held belief that deflation is economic poison. As many governments and central banks have vowed to fight deflation at all costs in 2015, the question could hardly be more significant. While falling prices may strike the layman … Continue reading

Understanding The Plunge In Oil Prices: Sources And Implications

By The World Bank The decline in oil prices since mid-2014 has been significant but not unprecedented. Supply related factors, including a shift in OPEC policy, have played a dominant role. Lower oil prices will contribute to global growth and temporarily reduce global inflation in 2015 and will generate significant real income shifts from oil-exporting … Continue reading

Regression To The Mean – A Letter From 1987

By Anderson Griggs I often hear from many of you that you know very little about investing.  However, I find that most of you understand investing quite well.  Many of the concepts and theories thrown out by those of us who claim to be professionals can be restated into words and phrases you use regularly.  … Continue reading

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