Re-Orienting the Philippines

Despite the worldwide boom in Covid-19 cases in the early part of the year, the Philippines infection rate remained relatively flat. Only in recent times has the archipelago seen an increase in cases, spiking in August with over 55,000 cases. Those are still conservative numbers, even for a nation with a population of just over…

Germany Tasked With EU Recovery Woes

Germany is slated to take the helm of the European Union’s Presidency of the Council in July. Currently at a 62 percent GDP to debt ration it has been tasked to take the helm of the beleaguered Union struggling with debt ratios at or above 100 percent. Greece, has ballooned to nearly 200 percent, and…

Row Over ECO Currency Reveals External Controls

The latest developments coming out of Africa further solidifies the notion that the currency tides are turning. It was only a few decades ago that the U.S. Dollar and Oil/Dollar reigned supreme, despite its lack of actual intrinsic value. It is important to note, that in 1971 when former U.S. President Richard M. Nixon un-pegged…

Global Goals: How a U N Overhall Can Increase the Peace and Profits

The UN Security Council held its first meeting in London in 1946, since that time the security council has taken on various responsibilities that often dictate the security measures throughout the world. What makes the Council so important, is that out of 193 member counties in the world, only five nations, China, France, Russia, the…

Turkey: Innovative Trade Hub of the Future

In 2013 Turkey’s Simplified Customs Corridor with Russia amassed a trade volume of $100 million dollars, by 2015 the trade volume had rose by nearly 50 percent to 142 million dollars.  The rise in trade volume for this voluntary agreement signed in 2008 helps exporting companies simplify customs procedures.  Due to its key position in…