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Full-Spectrum Cynicism

Encapsulating his view of the essence of politics, Vladimir Lenin famously asked “who, whom”, that is to say, what matters in power relationships is who does what to whom. 1,006 more words

Essays

The Eurasian Economic Union and the New Currency to Be

From NEO, by Vladimer Platov, Mar 2015

The recent meeting of the presidents of Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan that took place in Astana highlighted the transition to a more active phase of monetary union creation carried out by these states. 235 more words

Economy

Russia Unveils Plans For High-Speed Railway And Superhighway To Link Europe, Asia, And The U.S.

Russia has unveiled a very ambitious plan to construct a transport route that could potentially link London with the United States via high-speed rail and a superhighway. 312 more words

Emerging Markets

Apartments in Saint Petersburg

These apartments had an interesting “well” look. When you walk into the courtyard, you are completely surrounded by apartments on all side, so the only way to see the sky is to look up. 27 more words

Photography

Foodie Finds: Sushi in Trinidad

Yes, I know I refer to myself as a so called ‘foodie’ and beyounique has been lacking posts on food. My apologies. Being a final year student at University means your social life is non- existent. 1,498 more words

Trinidad And Tobago

Full-spectrum chaos: US Empire in freefall as crises pile up

Niall Bradley

Sott.net
Fri, 20 Mar 2015 14:41 CET

Remind me again, what is US policy in the Middle East Southwest Asia?

    

Confused by the US’ … 3,687 more words

USA