Tag: China

the-baltic-states-are-the-european-troublemakers
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Mar
2021

The Baltic States are the European troublemakersThe Baltic States are the European troublemakers

The Baltic States are the European troublemakers | The Baltic Word Foreign policy of the Baltic States creates conflicts in the international relationship of Eastern Europe. Earlier, head of the Parliamentary Committee on Foreign Affairs of Lithuania Žygimantas Pavilionis was delegated to Georgia as a mediator in the political conflict. However, he threatened the Georgian […]

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secretly,-biden’s-foreign-policies-are-trump’s-foreign-policies
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Feb
2021

Secretly, Biden’s Foreign Policies Are Trump’s Foreign PoliciesSecretly, Biden’s Foreign Policies Are Trump’s Foreign Policies

Eric Zuesse, originally posted at Strategic Culture Though U.S. President Joe Biden is publicly critical of Donald Trump’s foreign policies, he’s continuing almost all of them and is changing only minor ones. The changes are almost entirely in rhetoric, not in policies, as will be documented here. A good example of this entirely rhetorical ‘difference’ […]

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Feb
2021

Biden’s path to return to Iran nuclear dealBiden’s path to return to Iran nuclear deal

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator President Biden spoke Friday at the Munich Security Conference, aiming to convince foreign allies that the US will work with them on issues ranging from arms control, COVID-19, cyber hacking, and climate change while renewing the transatlantic partnership. Importantly, he wants to renew the 2015 Iran nuclear deal with […]

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china-falls-way-short-of-us.-food-purchases-for-2020-as-trade-deal-forgotten
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Feb
2021

China Falls WAY SHORT of U.S. Food Purchases For 2020 as Trade Deal ForgottenChina Falls WAY SHORT of U.S. Food Purchases For 2020 as Trade Deal Forgotten

source / The Money GPS $GPS Chart 28: Our Institutional Factor Survey finds growing ESG popularity more than doubled in 2020 % of respondents using ESG in their investment process No Title No Description U.S. Home Prices Post 14.9% Jump in Pandemic Real Estate Rally U.S. Home Prices Post Record Gain, Topping Peak From 2005 […]

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who-benefits-from-a-confrontation-between-the-eu-and-russia?
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Feb
2021

Who benefits from a confrontation between the EU and Russia?Who benefits from a confrontation between the EU and Russia?

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The relationship between Russia and the West, already in a post-Cold War chill, has come under new pressure over the status of Alexei Navalny, and the European Union has threatened sanctions on Russia. Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said, “Relations have been consistently torn apart by the European Union.” […]

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ny-times-lies-to-say-who-investigators-dissatisfied-w.-chinese-cooperation
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Feb
2021

N.Y. Times Lies to Say WHO Investigators Dissatisfied w. Chinese CooperationN.Y. Times Lies to Say WHO Investigators Dissatisfied w. Chinese Cooperation

Eric Zuesse On February 12th, the New York Times headlined “On W.H.O. Trip, China Refused to Hand Over Important Data” and reported that Chinese scientists refused to share raw data that might bring the world closer to understanding the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, independent investigators for the W.H.O. said on Friday. … Chinese officials […]

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Feb
2021

U.S. This Year Had No Speakers at Davos Online World Economic ForumU.S. This Year Had No Speakers at Davos Online World Economic Forum

Eric Zuesse The World Economic Forum, which usually convenes annually in Davos Switzerland, had an online conference, during January 25-29. Speakers there included: Ursula von der Leyen, President, European Commission; Emmanuel Macron, President of France; Angela Merkel, Federal Chancellor of Germany; Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan; Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of […]

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