Russia in Negotiation with China for alternative SWIFT Bank system

Russia and China, the two strategic Eurasian nations, are moving clearly to ultimately break free of the stranglehold of the…

Results of the Astrakhan Summit of Caspian States

The fourth summit of Caspian states, which ended with the signing of the Joint Declaration by the Presidents of the…

Indian authorities close down Coca-Cola factory

The closing down of the recently built factory belonging to Coca-Cola in India, located close to Varanasi in the state…

Anti-Russian Western Sanctions and the Countries of Central Asia

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The short-term forecast prepared recently by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in favor of the recent policy…

Xi Jinping’s Visit to India

The experts are saying that Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India from 17 to 19 September marks a new…

Iran’s President makes strange statements regarding gas supplies

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While attending the UN General Assembly in New York, the President of Iran made a startling statement on gas supplies…

Japan is Bringing Two Nuclear Reactors Back Online

On September 10, The Nuclear Regulation Authority of Japan - a government body that is responsible for the safe operation of nuclear plants - after a prolonged…

China and Russia in New Strategic Energy Deals

Only weeks after Russia’s Putin and China’s President Xi signed what was called the “energy deal of the century,” a…

The GMO Labeling Conundrum

It would seem that large agricultural corporations touting genetically modified organisms (GMOs) they claim possess enhanced benefits for farmers and…

China in Africa: a Shift in the Global Manufacturing Center?

Nowadays nobody will be surprised by the fact that all basic goods are produced in the countries of Southeast Asia…

Economic Espionage: The Curse of ‘Soft Spying’


Despite Hollywood romanticizing about Bonds and Bournes, one of the most prevalent forms of modern intelligence activity is also arguably the least emphasized: economic and industrial espionage. Aimed at garnering a financial and innovation advantage for countries seeking greater influence in a highly globalized world, this activity is not just…

White House might still be arming ISIL

A few days after US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel visited Georgia in early September a foreign observer happened to…

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