Germany’s EU Power Struggle Post Brexit

Covid-19 cases have started to rise in Germany as the reported “second wave” has taken effect, according to data from the World Health Organization. This comess at a time when the Deutschland nation has taken the helm of the faltering EU in the hopes of steering it out of crippling debt and socio-poitical turmoil. Europe…

Serbia Test EU Resolve and International Institutions Amid Covid Spike

Greece just barred citizens from the landlocked country of Serbia following that state’s declaration of a state of emergency on July 3, 2020. The news comes on the heels of growing COVID-19 numbers in the Balkans, with Serbia currently registering 16,420 cases and 317 deaths. Ironically, Belgrade made the decision on the same day that…

Breaking Bad: Pushing Back Against A Punishing Austerity

In the past, southern European countries have been punished fiscally by northern European states to preserve the fragile ecosystem of the European Union. It has meant grueling austerity measures that tested populations across Europe. Today, as Covid-19 continues its destructive path, for the first time, Southern European nations may not be punished for the fiscal…

A Growing Threat: Economies of Power

Although China has grown immensely over the past 20 years, countless other economies have seen much advanced growth. India, the UAE and Vietnam are among them to name only a few. Many of these countries have extensive business interactions with the USA and other advanced economies. While the US has quite a large trade deficit…

Slow Death of Fiat Currency Fuels New Gold Rush

It was recently reported that Russia had heavily divested from American debt, with holdings falling by half in April 2018 according to data released by U.S. Treasury Department. The former Cold War Super Power is following suit with China and buying Gold. Readers will also note that China too has heavily divested from American debt…