Tag: trade war

India’s Sell-Off of US Treasuries Proves That China’s Simultaneous Sell-Off is Not Ideologically Motivated

While the heavily indebted US economy relies on sovereign states to purchase American debt, the inflationary spirals that have appeared throughout small, medium and large emerging markets as a direct result of Washington’s policies have led to the phenomenon of both US partners and rivals simultaneously selling off their holdings […]

While The Federal Reserve and White House Both Manipulate a Weaponised Dollar, Chinese Monetary Policy Remains The Essence of Balance

What China’s partners want While the Chinese Renminbi is frequently mentioned when discussing de-dollarisation throughout Asia and Latin America, the fact of the matter is that China’s interests in de-dollarisation are primarily motivated by the desires of Beijing’s trading partners rather than by Beijing itself. This is certainly the case in […]

“The Kraken” Killed The Liberal-Globalist “New World Order” At The UN

The so-called “New World Order” of American-led unipolar globalism is dead after “The Kraken” delivered a scathing attack against all aspects of the Liberal-Globalist system that America itself previously pioneered, which he’s proudly seeking to replace with a nationalist-oriented model of International Relations that cleverly attempts to co-opt multipolar processes […]

Duterte’s “Friend” Donald Trump Could Easily Reduce Inflation in The Philippines

Yesterday, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte spoke about the current inflation problems in The Philippines. He correctly indicated that the root cause of inflation not just in The Philippines but throughout all developing economies (including in China) is due to external factors, namely the American trade war, the US Federal Reserves […]