Posts Tagged ‘crisis’

Macron worried attack on Saudi oil may hurt moves to ease US-Iran crisis: diplomats

Reuters – An attack on Saudi oil installations that halted half the kingdom’s output could harm French diplomacy meant to avert feared U.S.-Iranian conflict, diplomats said after President Emmanuel Macron’s top envoy held talks in Saudi Arabia. They said France was trying to pinpoint the origin of Saturday’s strike on the oil infrastructure of the […]

Hospitals are breeding grounds for superbugs, and the crisis is affecting doctors, not just patients

(Natural News) Antibiotic-resistant infections remain a serious problem in hospitals throughout the world, and they’re widely considered to be one of the biggest health threats we are facing today. Unfortunately, the very places people go for treating such infections also happen to be major breeding grounds for superbug infections, and it’s impacting […]

TOP Things You Need to Know About Epstein, the Financial Crisis, and Tech Giant Censorship

TOP Things You Need to Know About Epstein, the Financial Crisis, and Tech Giant Censorship. You’ve just been seated at the analysis buffet. Grab a fork and dig in… Here are some things you need to know about the death of Jeffrey Epstein: It has now been reported that “shouting and shrieking” was heard emanating […]

The White House Just Blamed Bitcoin for America’s Opioid Crisis

By Graham Smith The opioid epidemic is the new devil Bitcoin is being blamed for inflaming, to be added to the already long list of heinous crimes crypto is supposedly responsible for, like terrorism, money laundering, and trafficking. While it’s painfully clear that the U.S. dollar is a much more common tool for these unethical […]

How the current Kashmir crisis presents a strategic opportunity for Iran

Posted originally to Eurasia Future on 19 August 2019. India de facto annexed Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir earlier this month and heightened military tussles at the border with Pakistan have been a constant feature since then. India has sought to impose as much of a blackout in Kashmir as possible, albeit this hasn’t succeeded in […]

Open Borders: A Progressive Response To The Immigration Crisis

Open Borders: A Progressive Response To The Immigration Crisis Above Photo: William Perez/Flickr People migrate from one place to another for a variety of reasons. A good part of that migration has to do with international relations, national economies, and the increasingly globalized economy. Literally millions of people have moved from one geographic space to another […]

Selected Articles: The Geopolitics of the Kashmir Crisis

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Macron to meet Iranians before G7 to float ideas for defusing crisis

Reuters – France’s President Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday he would meet Iranian officials ahead of this weekend’s G7 summit and make proposals aimed at de-escalating tensions between Washington and Tehran. European leaders have struggled to tamp down the brewing confrontation since U.S. President Donald Trump pulled his country out of Iran’s internationally-brokered 2015 nuclear […]

Trump’s game: bring on the the Democratic Party’s ‘crisis’ over Israel

Yesterday President Trump expanded on his charge of the day before that Jews are being disloyal to Israel if they vote Democratic. Anyone who votes Democratic is being “disloyal” to Jews and Israel. That’s because the new face of the party are Democratic Congresswomen Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib, and they are “anti-semites, […]

With eyes on ‘erasing’ Green Line, Yamina introduces plan to fix housing crisis

ETZ EFRAIM, West Bank — Yamina party leaders on Wednesday introduced their plan to solve Israel’s housing crisis, proposing the construction of over 110,000 new apartments in the northern West Bank that would serve as home to half a million Israelis. “The Tel Aviv metropolitan area is almost as crowded as Gaza and as expensive […]

Why Markets Think That The Italian Government Crisis Is Not A Big Deal

Submitted by Christopher Dembik of Saxobank Market reaction to Italy’s Prime Minister resignation has rather been quiet. Yesterday, Italy-Germany government bond spread was moving lower, around 200 bps, and there was no sign of contagion to other PIIGS countries. Saxo model of periphery weighted spread to Germany (which is GDP weighted) was also down, at […]

The 4 Main Causes of Climate Crisis and the “Event” We’re Climaxing To

August 22nd, 2019 By Open Contributing writer for Wake Up World Climate Crisis is now escalating day-by-day, in such a major way, you have to ask, is it really only manmade? What if there are at least 3 other contributing factors that are beginning to dwarf the CO2 output from society? We are at the beginning of […]

11 Reasons Why So Many Experts Believe That A U.S. Economic Crisis Is Imminent

By Michael Snyder The numbers are telling us that we have never been closer to the next recession than we are right now.  The storm clouds that were gathering on the horizon are now directly above us, and suddenly the mainstream media is filled with stories about when the next recession will begin and the […]

A One Day Stock Market Plunge Of 48%! A Major Financial Crisis In Argentina Is Happening Right Now

By Michael Snyder We are watching a complete and utter financial meltdown unfold in Argentina, and many are concerned that the panic could start spreading elsewhere.  When you go into way too much debt and you just keep devaluing your currency, this sort of thing is inevitably going to happen, and this is why I […]

The Average U.S. Farm Is $1,300,000 In Debt, And Now The Worst Farming Crisis In Modern History Is Upon Us

We haven’t seen anything like this since the Great Depression of the 1930s.  Leading up to this year, farm incomes had been trending lower for most of the past decade, and meanwhile farm debt levels have been absolutely exploding.  So U.S. farmers were desperate for a really good year, but instead 2019 has […]

Pakistani PM Khan compares world’s silence on Kashmir crisis to ‘appeasing Hitler’

The strained relations between bitter rivals India and Pakistan flared up earlier this week after India revoked the self-governing status of the Muslim-majority Jammu and Kashmir state (J&K), the part of disputed Kashmir that India has been controlling since the late 1940s. The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi insists […]

Crisis-Torn Venezuela Warns Citizens Against Traveling to ‘Violent’ USA

Crisis-torn Venezuela has been hit with triple-digit inflation, chronic food shortages, looting, riots, and thousands of extrajudicial killings, but that hasn’t stopped the socialist government issuing a warning to citizens about traveling to the United States after violence left 31 people dead in two mass shootings this weekend. Venezuela’s socialist government issued the statement urging its citizens […]

More Signs the Next Big Financial Crisis May Begin in Germany

By Lubomir Tassev Germany, the locomotive of Europe’s huge economy, is entering a difficult period, various indicators suggest. And when the Federal Republic sneezes, the Old Continent usually catches a cold. This time, Germany may infect the rest of the world as well. Regulators in the country are busy drafting prohibitions, and now also seem […]

A Major Conventional War Against Iran Is an Impossibility. Crisis within the US Command Structure

Updated, July 21, 2019 In this article, we examine America’s war strategies, including its ability to launch an all out theater war against the Islamic Republic on Iran. A follow-up article will focus on the History of US War Plans against Iran as well as the complexities underlying the Structure of Military Alliances.  ** Under […]

Netanyahu May Survive This Political Crisis, but Israel’s Left Will Not

JERUSALEM, OCCUPIED PALESTINE — Like a pack of hyenas surrounding a weakened and wounded lion, Israeli politicians are ganging up on an injured, weakened Benjamin Netanyahu. With over ten years in office, Netanyahu is now the longest-reigning prime minister in the history of the State of Israel. Comparisons are being drawn between him and the […]

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