It’s not a gas – time for Europe to stand up to US hawks on Russia

Neil Clark is a journalist, writer, broadcaster and blogger. He has written for many newspapers and magazines in the UK and other countries including The Guardian, Morning Star, Daily and Sunday Express, Mail on Sunday, Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph, New Statesman, The Spectator, The Week, and The American Conservative. He is a regular pundit on … Continue reading It’s not a gas – time for Europe to stand up to US hawks on Russia

Deutsche: The Fed Has Created “Universal Basic Income For The Rich” And Now It Can’t Get Out

by Tyler Durden Two weeks after Aleksandar Kocic highlighted the moment in 2012 when the market stopped caring about newsflow and reality, and, in a word "broke" with pervasive complacency setting in regardless of macro uncertainty... ... Deutsche Bank's post modernist master of stream-of-consciousness narrative is back with a new essay dissecting his favorite topic, the interplay between … Continue reading Deutsche: The Fed Has Created “Universal Basic Income For The Rich” And Now It Can’t Get Out

Guam eyes end to American colonial rule

As Guam celebrate Liberation Day, political leaders on the Pacific island say it is time to decide whether to remain a US colony or become an independent nation Debate about independence has raged for decades but legal complications mean plans to take the issue to a vote have stalled several times. Former senator Eddie Duenas … Continue reading Guam eyes end to American colonial rule

Hungary: Paradise for liberals

by István Lovas   Do you wonder what you are going to read in the mainstream press on Hungary tomorrow? I will tell you. The same as yesterday, and the same as in the past almost seven years since Hungary’s right-of-center Fidesz government, led by the Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, was elected. You will learn … Continue reading Hungary: Paradise for liberals

Russian Car Sales Jump by Double Digits for Month of May

Car sales in Russia are showing impressive growth. Sales for the month of May were up 14.7% compared to May 2016, reaching 124,900 vehicles, according to the Association of European Businesses (AEB) May became the third consecutive month seeing a respectable growth in sales, with 129,400 cars sold in April (a growth of 6.9%) and 137,800 cars in March (9.4% … Continue reading Russian Car Sales Jump by Double Digits for Month of May