'Trump Time' - Let the games begin - Massive political uncertainty – President’s conflict with the CIA – ‘Strong dollar policy’ to end as U.S. has $120 trillion plus debt – Trump inherits Bush and Obama’s humongous debt
“We think it would be the right thing to invite the representatives of the UN and the new US administration to the meeting,” Lavrov had said on Wednesday, at a press conference summing up the results of Russian foreign policy in 2016.
A Jewish charitable trust has sued Deutsche Bank, alleging the German bank wrongly withheld as much as $3 billion from the heirs to a wealthy German family. According to Bloomberg, the lawsuit claims the bank refuses to return the funds initially deposited by the Wertheim family in accounts opened at what is now Credit Suisse Group AG before the rise of the Nazis in Germany.
"The bigger threat is probably coming from anti-government/anarchist groups who are likely to try and disrupt the inauguration, and may engage in violence to do so. I think people today are willing to do things they may not have been willing to do in the past. Every night I wake up and I wonder do we have some issue covered."
An Egyptian court rejected on Monday a government plan to transfer two uninhabited Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, in a final ruling that prompted cheers in the courtroom but could deepen tensions with the country's erstwhile financial backer, which several months ago halted petroleum supplies to Egypt.
Here comes stagflation. Turkey's biggest headache, its crashing currency, will soon translate into another major problem. According to two senior economy officials, inflation could reach double digits in the first quarter for the first time in almost five years as a result of the lira's falls, even as the government's budget deficit just hit a record high.
The global hegemonic project that was supposed to be realized with a Clinton presidency has been stopped. The inevitable military confrontation with Russia, Iran and China has been averted and the future multipolar world order, historically unstable, will in fact hold the promise of stability thanks to the actions of opposing nations to the American superpower. United they will stabilize the world.
Deutsche Bank’s Turkish unit rejected claims that it’s plotting to undermine the economy, and said it’s “unacceptable” for the lender’s name to be associated with terrorism. The statement came after the daily Yeni Safak accused Deutsche Bank and other German institutions of “economic terror” against Turkey by recalling loans to companies before their their due dates.