Shaping The Future: Moscow And Beijing's Multipolar World Order

China and Russia have different tasks in ushering in their world order, namely, by preserving global stability through military and economic means. Their overall relationship of mutual cooperation goes beyond the region of Eurasia and focuses on the whole process of a sustainable globalization as well as on how to create an environment where everyone can prosper in a viable and sustainable way. Doing this entails a departure from the current belligerent and chaotic unipolar world order.

"Let's Burn Down The Universities"

It should be clear to all reasoning people with the ability for critical thinking that a pattern of cultural warfare has been unfolding against the Western world since at least the end of World War Two. The contrast between what was then and what is now is stark and frightening.

How Russia Became "Our Adversary" Again

"Post-Cold War Russia finally experienced too much brazen humiliation and betrayal at the hands of the U.S.-led West...and marshaled enough of still-intact natural and military resources and patriotic to challenge the American Empire’s hubristic claim to the right to rule Eurasia with impunity. 'What we say goes' hit a new wall of Russian dignity and power."

Why The Chinese Yuan Won't Be The World's Reserve Currency

"The desirable goal of reforming the international monetary system, therefore, is to create an international reserve currency that is disconnected from individual nations." Disconnected from the dollar, yes - but not connected to the yuan...

OPEC Thinks Deeper Cuts Might Not Be Required

“We believe that continuation with the same level of cuts, plus eventually adding one or two small producers... will be more than adequate to bring the five-year balance to where they need to be by the end of the first quarter 2018.”

The Final Show Of The Greatest Country On Earth

Yesterday, the Greatest Show on Earth held its final performance in Uniondale, New York, after 146-years in the business. A century ago this would have seemed impossible... And just like how people viewed Ringling Brothers 100-years ago, it’s difficult for anyone to imagine a world in which the US isn’t the dominant superpower...