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  • Trade between China and Russia reaches new high as sanctions continue to hurt EU
    Trade between China and Russia reaches new high as sanctions continue to hurt EU
    On Oct. 20, Russia's statistics bureau released their semi-annual numbers for trade between the Eurasian power and their economic partners. And as the sanctions by Russia against the European Union (EU) continue to bring more pain to the...
  • The top banana company internationally was approved by the EU this week.
    ChiquitaFyffes is now top banana after new EU approved merger
    A new merger was approved on Friday by the European Union (EU), between Chiquita Brands International and Fyfes, reported the Wall Street Journal on Oct. 3. This merger makes the leading and largest supplier of bananas even bigger.Chiquita bought...
  • Economic sanctions by U.S. on Russia have now caused EU nations to split apart
    Economic sanctions by U.S. on Russia have now caused EU nations to split apart
    On Sept. 2, a new report was compiled by Zerohedge on the changes occurring in the Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) since U.S. sanctions on Russia began in earnest back in May of this year. However, what is most astonishing from this report is how...
  • Germany has reached the end of the line for bailing out the rest of Eurozone
    Germany has reached the end of the line for bailing out the rest of Eurozone
    On Aug. 28, German Finance MinisterWolfgang Schaeuble was a guest on Bloomberg TV and spoke out on the growing concerns by members of the European Union that the ECB should begin channeling money and liquidity to broke sovereign countries in light...
  • Evil Putin
    Russians might be planning to stop fuel to EU
    While being focused on the Islamic State and the President’s vacation and such, you may have missed the important fact that Arseny Yatseniuk remains as Prime Minister of the Ukraine. You may recall that he resigned the post after the Rada...
  • Vladimir Putin
    Europe positioned to fall to dependence on Russia
    A dose of Putin goes a long way.The USSR disintegrated and the various states scattered into sovereign nations. The free world welcomed each, one by one as they embraced democratic freedom and reform. Newly formed governments cooperated with the...
  • Jim Willie: Source confirms that Germany is ready to leave EU, Euro, and NATO
    Jim Willie: Source confirms that Germany is ready to leave EU, Euro, and NATO
    On July 23, Dr. Jim Willie, a well respected statistician and founder of the Hat Trick Newsletter, was a guest on the USA Watchdog weekly podcast. During the 30 minute interview with host Greg Hunter, Dr. Willie provided an astonishing...
  • Ukraine fighter jet
    Russians supply missiles; separatists shoot down Ukraine fighters
    After listening to Peter Lavelle (Russia Today) defend Putin and the Russians this morning in a heated exchange with Chris Cuomo on CNN, now more facts pour in that link Russians directly with the separatists and their military capacity....
  • David Cameron
    Europe and U.S. bent over backwards for Putin
    Now it is time for big changes. A Reuters reports indicates that at least one of the black boxes has been discovered at the Malaysian airliner shootdown crash site. That means that some of the rumors about the site being looted may have been...
  • Too cozy
    Merkel and Germany: The weakest link
    People may have wondered why the CIA and U.S. government decided to target Angela Merkel and the German government. It is because the U.S. likely fears that the relationship between them is too tight and too dependent. Having the German economy...
  • Barack Obama on Iraq
    President Obama, where are our allies on Iraq?
    From news today, we know that a UK fighter intercepted a Russian bomber and escorts as they approached the NATO-protected Ukraine airspace. That’s good.We don’t hear much about other European Union allies, especially with regard to...
  • Petro Poroshenko and Vladimir Putin
    Sweet talker Petro Poroshenko, Ukraine President
    Ukraine President, Petro Poroshenko met Vladimir Putin at the 70th D-Day memorial service in Ouistreham, western France. Poroshenko has reached out to the government opposition in the Ukraine, offering amnesty to those who did not commit crimes....
  • EU Open House
    Travel through the European Union American style.
    The 7th annual EU Open House, an event that has the embassies of the 28 member states of the European Union and the Delegation of the European Union (EU) in Washington opening their doors for a day of family fun, is scheduled to take place on May...
  • Patriot missiles in Germany
    Damage is done, Russia must be punished effectively now
    Vice President Biden stood firmly behind the Ukraine and some analysts interpret that weapons and arms are on the way to bolster the military against a strong Russian army. In the meantime, if you have been watching and listening, not much is...
  • What are Russia’s best reasons for invading the Ukraine?
    What are Russia’s best reasons for invading the Ukraine?
    Vice President Biden is in the Ukraine today and his first order of business might be to keep the power on. Since Russia controls the spigot, the EU and US must find some workarounds. Bear in mind that the Ukraine has been as source of food supply...