Tanker Insurance Cancellations threaten Iranian energy sector
The US’ withdrawal from the JCPOA and declaration of a new set of sanctions has been hard to swallow for those planning Iran’s energy sector, as they had been relying on the deal as a means of revivifying Iran’s oil and gas production capacity
Rat-Race in Heels: Bourgeois Feminism is Not Progressive
Last month, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 826 into law. The legislation mandates that by the end of 2021, all publicly traded companies headquartered in California must include a minimum of two women on five-member boards of directors and a minimum of three women on boards with six or more members
China’s debt-trap diplomacy; a threat to the developing world
Analysts who follow global geopolitical trends frequently come across the phrase: “the 21st century belongs to China”. To lend credibility to the claim, they often mention China’s $1 trillion “one belt, one road” initiative. Through this huge initiative, China is supporting infrastructureprojects in strategically-located developing countries while extending loans for those projects.
China and Venezuela; An Emerging Axis of Resistance?
It has been a couple weeks since the introduction of fundamental changes in the Venezuelan economy. It is pretty clear that things are improving steadily but surely in Venezuela when one compares the economic situation of a year ago, or even 2 months ago, to the situation today.
U.S. sanctions expedite multilateralism
The era of unchallenged U.S. leadership did not last long, and almost a-decade-old unipolar system was seriously challenged at the turn of the twenty-first century as new regional and global powers started to emerge
Iran’s strategies against US oil sanctions
The United States intends to impose massive sanctions against the Iranian oil industry after a unilateral withdrawal from Nuclear Deal (so called as JCPOA), believing that this will make the Islamic Republic of Iran once again come to the negotiating table and negotiate with the United States on the nuclear issue. Washington's sanctions are scheduled to begin November 5 of this year. In this article I will analyze the situation and Iran’s potential strategies for circumventing oil sanctions.
The Coming Draining of the European Swamp
There is no doubt that Europe is undergoing rapid changes; the people of Europe are taking back power from the ruling globalist elite. Today we again see a phenomenon last observed during the collapse of the Communist regimes in Eastern Europe: prominent figures switching sides, politicians and businessmen turning coats. “We have to be careful not to embrace the very swamp we want to drain”, warns Vávra Suk, the Czech born editor of the Swedish weekly paper Nya Tider.