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PRESIDENT JAIR BOLSONARO: “THIS IS OUR FLAG, AND IT WILL NEVER BE RED!”

Andy Duncan Are we beginning to witness more of a sea-change in the world? We see President Donald Trump in the United States attempting to roll back some of the American state. We see Chancellor Sebastian Kurz attempting to roll back some of the Austrian state. And now …

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4 WAYS CORPORATIONS OWE US, BIG TIME—AND HOW THEY CAN PAY US BACK

Paul Buchheit The distorted belief that wealthy individuals and corporations are job creators has led to sizeable business subsidies and tax breaks. The biggest giveaway is often overlooked: corporations use our nation’s plentiful resources, largely at no cost, to build their profits. There are several factual and well-established …

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ISLAMIC ESCHATOLOGY AND ITS RELATION WITH CHRISTIAN ESCHATOLOGY

Imran Hosein Eschatology makes a distinction between the end of history and the end of the World. There are two separate events. The World will end when the mountains are going to become pieces of cotton. The World will end when the present material Universe will be transformed into …

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GERMANY CALLS THE EU TO HELP IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CHINA

Gasanov Kamran Germany is outraged that China is absorbing European industry due to dumping prices and state support of private companies. German industry demands to tighten competition rules and increase investments in science and technology in order to keep up with the Middle Kingdom and prevent it from …

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KURDS IN SYRIA SUFFER THE GREATEST DEFEAT

The US leadership continues to comment on its sensational decision of the end of last year – to withdraw American troops from Syria. This decision will affect not only the US position. No less important is the fact that the United States, in fact, betrayed its closest allies …

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THE COMING YEARS FOR THE EU

Leonid Savin After Brexit and the significant growth of Eurosceptic and populist influence in Europe, the future of the European Union seems to be no longer questioned. However, the future is always open, and therefore there is more than one possible scenario. The U.S. National Intelligence Council proposes three …

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Will new oil cartels lead to new political blocs?

Shehab Al Makahleh The world is approaching a huge financial crisis. The most important feature of the crisis is stagnation. Such recession will require no more oil production, as what is produced worldwide of various commodities is in decline. Thus, as oil supplies are increasing with less demand …

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Behind Israel’s love affair with Latin America

Stasa Salacinin Israel wants to influence the UN General Assembly which historically votes against it. Israel, in the past few years, has launched a global charm offensive, aimed specifically at Latin American countries. Tel Aviv’s outreach there comes as it struggles to improve of its international reputation that …

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