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Is The U.S. Trying To Crash China’s Market To Counter The Rising Clout Of The BRICS, SCO, EEU?

By Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya The tide is changing. The world is no longer dominated by the U.S., Western Europe, and Japan. The Group of Eight (G8), which reverted to the Group of Seven (G7) in 2014, has been displaced by the BRICS, which is why Russia was not bothered when it was expelled from the G8/G7 … Continue reading

BRICS Bank To Be Operational By End Of 2015, South African Finance Ministry Says

The BRICS grouping of emerging market nations — Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa — will see their own $100 billion development bank, The New Development Bank (NDB), also known as the BRICS bank, in operation by the end of 2015, South Africa’s Finance Ministry said on Friday. “The New Development Bank is expected to be operational … Continue reading

American Dreaming, From G1 To Bilderberg

What’s the connection between the G7 summit in Germany, President Putin’s visit to Italy, the Bilderberg club meeting in Austria, and the TTIP – the US-EU free trade deal – negotiations in Washington? By Pepe Escobar We start at the G7 in the Bavarian Alps – rather G1 with an added bunch of “junior partners” … Continue reading

GDP Of BRICs To Surpass G7 In Two To Three Years, Senior Russian Official Says

The combined gross domestic product (GDP) of the BRICs grouping of emerging market nations — Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa — will exceed that of the Group of Seven (G7) member states in the next two to three years, a senior Russian official said Monday during the first-ever BRICs Parliamentary Forum in Moscow. “In 2014, … Continue reading

If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Join ‘Em: U.S. Seeks Collaboration With China-Led Infrastructure Bank

The Obama administration, much to its embarrassment, in recent weeks has been spurned by its Western allies that have flocked to the $50 billion Chinese-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) — a potential rival to the Western-led IMF and World Bank — despite pleas from the White House to stand back amid concerns that Beijing will extend its influence in the … Continue reading

De-Dollarization Intensifies: America’s European “Allies” Desert Obama, Join China-Led Infrastructure Bank

This article was originally published on Zero Hedge By Tyler Durden It appears the sea of de-dollarization has reached the shores of Europe. With Australia and UK having already moved in the direction of joining the China-led AIIB, The FT reports that France, Germany, and Italy have now all agreed to join the development bank as ‘pivot to Asia’ appears to … Continue reading

The Engineered Decline In Oil Prices: Economic Warfare, The Main Western Weapon – OpEd

By Takis Fotopoulos In the globalization era, economic warfare is the main weapon used by the Transnational Elite to integrate into the New World Order of neoliberal globalization any country resisting the loss of economic and national sovereignty that joining it implies. Its conclusion is that only the building of an economic and political union of sovereign … Continue reading

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