Leading politicians in Germany and France are mistaken when they say that TTIP is over, Washington's Trade Representative Michael Froman told German news website Der Spiegel On Tuesday, French Trade Minister Matthias Fekl told radio station RMC that "there is no more political support from France in the negotiations," and called on the European Commission to stop … Continue reading TTIP – Dead or Alive?
Introduction: China and the United States are moving in polar opposite directions: Beijing is rapidly becoming the center of overseas investments in high tech industries, including robotics, nuclear energy and advanced machinery with collaboration from centers of technological excellence, like Germany. In contrast, Washington is pursuing a predatory military pivot to the least productive … Continue reading China’s Pivot to World Markets, Washington’s Pivot to World Wars, and the Debacle of the Latin American Left
“These revolutions are portrayed in the western media as popular democratic revolutions, in which the people of these respective nations demand democratic accountability and governance from their despotic leaders and archaic political systems. However, the reality is far from what this utopian imagery suggests. Western NGOs and media heavily finance and organize opposition groups and … Continue reading A History Of Manufactured Regime Change And Civil Unrest: Is America Next?
Solar-powered 'pipe' sculpture generates 4.5 billion liters of drinkable water from the ocean This massive solar powered pipe proposed for the 2016 land art generator initiative by khalili engineers intends to desalinate seawater into drinkable fluid. the concept — a blend of artistic, technological and architectural properties — floats off the coast of santa monica, california ‘reminding us … Continue reading Technology News – Solar Power
As the Distressed-debt investors tend to buy loans in bulk, and hence prefer loans with easily recoverable, tangible collateral. The NPLs of stricken British, Irish and Spanish banks in recent years were largely mortgages: being backed by property, they could be valued from current real-estate prices. British and Irish courts are also pretty efficient … Continue reading The Impossible Italian Job