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Oil Geopolitics and the “Economic Corridor”: Pakistan Enters China’s “New Silk Road”

By Pepe Escobar Global Research Now how do you top this as a geopolitical entrance? Eight JF-17 Thunder fighter jets escorting Chinese President Xi Jinping on board an Air China Boeing as he enters Pakistani air space. And these JF-17s are built as a China-Pakistan joint project. Silk Road? Better …

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Why Is JP Morgan Accumulating The Biggest Stockpile Of Physical Silver In History?

By Michael Snyder Global Research Why in the world has JP Morgan accumulated more than 55 millionounces of physical silver?  Since early 2012, JP Morgan’s stockpile has grown from less than 5 millionounces of physical silver to more than 55 million ounces of physical silver.  Clearly, someone over at JP Morgan is …

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The Saudi king’s new heir is a close friend to the US  

By ANGUS MCDOWALL Saudi Arabia’s Interior Minister Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, a close friend of the United States and a scourge of Islamist militants, will be the country’s first king from the third generation of its ruling dynasty. King Salman on Wednesday appointed the U.S. favorite and veteran security …

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Saudi Arabia’s King Salman just sacked his younger brother and appointed his nephew as his new heir

  Saudi King Salman appointed Interior Minister Mohammed bin Nayef as his new heir on Wednesday and made his son, Defence Minister Mohammed bin Salman, second-in-line to succeed in a dramatic reshuffle in the world’s top oil exporter. By making Mohammed bin Nayef, 55, crown prince, and Mohammed bin Salman, who is thought …

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