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Russian spy attack: why Britain is limited in how it responds to Russia

LONDON,  March 13, 2018 - It is “highly likely” that Russia was to blame for the attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter using a deadly nerve agent, British Prime Minister Theresa May told MPs. The government is now waiting for a response from Russian diplomats before formulating its response, though Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has already denied the country is to blame.

IMF Changes Rules to Isolate China-Russia

The nightmare scenario of U.S. geopolitical strategists seems to be coming true: foreign economic independence from U.S. control. Instead of privatizing and neoliberalizing the world under U.S.-centered financial planning and ownership, the Russian and Chinese governments are investing in neighboring economies on terms that cement Eurasian economic integration on the basis of Russian oil and tax exports and Chinese financing.

Western Aid to Ukraine Vanishes in Black Hole

After long debates the International Monetary Fund approved a 4-year $17.5 billion loan program for Ukraine, including an immediate $5 billion disbursement. Then the European Commission offered a 1, 8 billion euro aid package to be given out in three trenches.

Ukraine and the Rothschild Family

A group of large international investors buy out Ukrainian government’s securities. Franklin Templton is one of them. The investment group snapped up Ukrainian international debt with a face value of almost $5 billion at the end of August, nearly a fifth of the country's outstanding international government bonds.

The Raiding of Ukraine’s Gold

At present, Ukraine is teetering on the brink of a default. Its rapidly dwindling gold and foreign exchange reserves are an indication of the country’s catastrophic financial situation. According to official data, on 1 February 2015 Ukraine’s international reserves amounted to $6,419.7 million. This is a triflingly small amount for a country like Ukraine.

U.S. Considering Sending Weapons to Ukraine

The United States is considering sending weapons to help the Ukrainian government in its fight against the rebel forces. Unidentified U.S. officials told The New York Times that Secretary of State John Kerry was evaluating the possibility with General Martin Dempsey, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Free Fall of the Ruble – A Brilliant Ploy of Russian Economic Wizards?

“ICH”, “Global Research”, “The Saker Blog”. – The world is still hell-bent for hydrocarbon-based energy. Russia is the world’s largest producer of energy. Russia has recently announced that in the future she will no longer trade energy in US dollars, but in rubles and currencies of the trading partners. In fact, this rule will apply to all trading.
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