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The Curse Of 'The Thinking Class'

The main question from those to the left-of-center seems to be: who is responsible for all the unrest in this land. Their answer since halfway back in 2016: the Russians.

Is McCain Hijacking Trump's Foreign Policy?

With the death of Communism, the end of the Cold War, and the collapse of the Bushite New World Order, America needs a new grand strategy, built upon the solid foundation of America First.

Europe Mulls Acquiring Its Own Nuclear Deterrent

With Donald Trump leading the United States, Europe seems to be losing trust in the American nuclear umbrella. As the EU focuses on the need to have its own military, the issue of European nuclear deterrent comes to the fore. The debate has been triggered. This issue is intensively discussed in Germany.

What Do These CEOs Know That We Don't?

"...the people at the top of the corporate food chain who have privileged information about their businesses are NOT buying. As the Journal summarized, “These markets know no fear.” There’s an incredible amount of complacency despite obvious warning signs."

Goodbye Old EU, Hello New Multi-Speed Europe

Calling a spade a spade, the EU is a bloc on the verge of destruction. The process of disintegration has started and it is unstoppable. A multi-speed Europe is merely recognition of the reality. This is the time to say goodbye to the EU we once knew. A patchwork of clubs is emerging instead to change the European political landscape once and for all.

Exposing Europe's "Era Of Liberal Babble"

Europe, so many years after the Cold War, is ideologically divided into a new East and a West. This time, the schism is over multiculturalism. What Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has termed "liberal babble" continues to govern Western Europe's response to the challenges that migration and Islamic terrorism have brought, especially to personal security.

Global Stocks Drop Ahead Of Fed Rate Decision; Dollar Rises As Sterling Tumbles

European stocks declined for first session in five ahead of Wednesday's Dutch elections and Fed rate hike announcement. Fed concerns also dragged down Asian shares and S&P futures, while the dollar rose. Crude oil has ended its six-day drop. The pound tumbled 0.8% to the lowest since mid-January in a delayed reaction after Theresa May won permission to trigger the country’s departure from the EU.

How Shale Is Reshaping The World: Three New Wars

"...the US Shale revolution will accelerate the breakdown of the global order as we know it, reshaping global geopolitics, leading to three major conflicts - Russia vs. Europe, Iran vs. Saudi Arabia & an Asian Tanker War"

Visualizing The Worrying Decline Of Freedom Around The World

The 20th century was a bull market for literacy, freedom, prosperity, health, and technology. However, things have changed since the turn of the century - freedom has actually declined on a global basis for the last 11 years.