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Turning Of The Political Tide In South America Will Benefit Investors

Turning Of The Political Tide In South America Will Benefit Investors

The tide is turning in South America among some of the most important countries on the continent. Elections in Argentina and political turmoil in Brazil, Chile and Venezuela will at last bring change to the benefit of investors. A presidential election in Peru is now just months away. The near collapse of demand for commodities,has […]

War With Iran Is Now All But Inevitable

War With Iran Is Now All But Inevitable

The ink has barely dried on the nuclear treaty with Iran when the country violates United Nations (UN) prohibitions on long range missile testing. The Iranian government denies that the launch made earlier this month violates Security Council Resolution 2231, because the new missile they are using is not designed to carry nuclear weapons. The […]

The American Democratic Party Veers Further To The Left

The American Democratic Party Veers Further To The Left

As the presidency of Barack Obama winds down, Americans are faced with the choice of moving the country even further to the left. After spending seven years in transforming the United States economy and society to be more like Western Europe, resistance to this movement has been slowing growing in opposition. Voices of protest are […]

The Return Of The Russian Bear In The Middle East

The Return Of The Russian Bear In The Middle East

The balance of power in the Middle East is rapidly changing. The retreat of the United States as a major power broker in the region, is unmistakable. The former colonial countries of the area mainly Britain and France, are unable and unwilling to involve themselves in the growing instability. In the resulting power vacuum, Russia […]

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Stumbles Forward

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Stumbles Forward

The twelve countries that have entered into the Trans-Pacific Partnership known as the TPP, were finally able to overcome a number of issues this month, that had forestalled an earlier conclusion in the negotiations. Investors are buoyed by a new trade pact that covers 40 percent of global trade. It is estimated that by 2025, […]

The Present Economic Dead End In Leftist Latin American Politics

The Present Economic Dead End In Leftist Latin American Politics

During the global commodity boom that lasted most of the 21st century, there was little impetus for economic and financial reforms in Latin America. The world economy was generating sufficient growth to lift some 60 million people out of abject poverty in South America alone. The middle class was growing rapidly, as investors in the […]

The Rabbit Hole That Is Greece

The Rabbit Hole That Is Greece

Once again,voters in Greece chose to descend into the rabbit hole. They continue to believe the fantasy that the country can continue to live beyond the present means of the Greek economy. By returning to office the anti-austerity candidate, the Greek people let it be known that emotion and impressions triumph common sense. They will […]

A Migration Crisis Will Fracture The European Union

A Migration Crisis Will Fracture The European Union

Europe barely survived the debt crisis and the near sovereign default in Greece when the next issue has now been thrust upon central authorities. The deluge of refugees arriving from the Middle East and North Africa is threatening to undo what has taken a generation or two to achieve. Analysts are already questioning if European […]