Ukraine

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Poland’s Booming Economy Relies On Workers From Ukraine & Belarus

The swift growth of the Polish economy has created a demand for workers, particularly cheap labor from the East. The gap is being filled by people from Belarus and Ukraine, many of whom used to work in Russia. More and more ads saying Job openings in Poland for different qualifications of workers. We invite both … Continue reading

Brazil, Like Russia, Under Attack By Hybrid War

By Pepe Escobar Color revolutions would never be enough; Exceptionalistan is always on the lookout for major strategic upgrades capable of ensuring perpetual Empire of Chaos hegemony. The ideological matrix and the modus operandi of color revolutions by now are a matter of public domain. Not so much the concept of Unconventional War (UW). UW was … Continue reading

Emerging Markets: What Has Changed This Week?

By Marc Chandler, Marc to Market Blog 1) Indonesia announced it will allow full foreign ownership in many local industries in an effort to boost foreign investment 2) The Thai military government called a referendum on the new constitution on July 31 3) Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party dropped its backing for candidate Wnorowski to join … Continue reading

Ukraine’s Naftogaz Increases Transit Fees For Russia’s Gazprom

“Ukraine’s state gas company Naftogaz has announced a “radical” increase in transit fees for Russia’s Gazprom,” RT reports. The head of business development of Naftogaz Yury Vitrenko on his Facebook page said the following: Ukraine has finally radically hiked transit fees for Gazprom (in full compliance with European principles), (…) Gazprom’s long-term efforts to bypass Ukraine … Continue reading

The IMF Changes Its Rules To Isolate China And Russia

By Michael Hudson A nightmare scenario of U.S. geopolitical strategists is coming true: foreign independence from U.S.-centered financial and diplomatic control. China and Russia are investing in neighboring economies on terms that cement Eurasian integration on the basis of financing in their own currencies and favoring their own exports. They also have created the Shanghai Cooperation … Continue reading

Meet The Press: Vladimir Putin’s Annual News Conference

Russian President Vladimir Putin held his annual press conference on Thursday with Russian and international journalists in Moscow.  The 3 hour and 10 minute press conference was broadcast live by Rossiya-1, Rossiya-24 and Channel One, as well as Mayak, Vesti FM and Radio Rossii radio stations.  The following is a transcript of the press conference, courtesy of the Kremlin. President of Russia Vladimir … Continue reading

Infographic: Visualizing The Fall Of The Mighty Euro

By Jeff Desjardins, Visual Capitalist The European Union has always been primarily a political project. The idea of the union was to take peoples that had long and complicated histories, and to place them in a situation where they must work together and shed their differences in order to achieve success. From the political angle, it can … Continue reading

EIB And World Bank Join Forces With New Agreement To Support Ukraine

Lima, 9 October 2015 – The European Investment Bank (EIB) and World Bank (WB) today signed an agreement under EU guarantee that aims to facilitate the purchase of gas by Ukraine’s national gas company, NJSC Naftogaz. The agreement was signed today by EIB President Werner Hoyer and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim. The EIB … Continue reading

Turkey’s Erdogan Warns Russia On Energy Deals

By Mark Snowiss Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, angered by Russia’s bombing campaign in Syria, warned Moscow on Thursday that Ankara may look elsewhere for partners to supply natural gas and build its first nuclear power plant. One of the top importers of Russian gas, Turkey has joined with Moscow in a major effort to construct … Continue reading

Putin’s Global Game Changer – OpEd

By Oriental Review Contrary to the expectations of many experts who were predicting a “second Munich” from Vladimir Putin in New York, the Russian president made no grandiose proclamations during his address to the UN General Assembly. In fact, he was outwardly far milder than one might have imagined. By comparison, Obama’s emotional speech, which was replete … Continue reading

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