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Reconfiguration in the Post-2020 Economic Decline, Part 1

Discussion between Harald Malmgren, Nicholas Glinsman and I on where we are, where we are going and how the Anglosphere is the beneficiary of the new economic world taking shape. http://www.intelligencequarterly.com/video/part1.mp4

A Biden November Victory Shouldn’t be Discounted

March, 7, 2020: “Landslide!”, “Sleepy Joe!”, “Dementia!”  Many catchphrases and criticism by Trump and Sanders supporters are making their wayaround the social media sphere like wildfire as Biden has locked up the Democratic nomination.  But what are the actual chances that Biden wins…

Obama’s Democratic Takeover and How We Got to Biden

March 3, 2020: In the midst of a bitter 2016 Presidential campaign, the leader of the free world, President of the United States, champion of the liberal order, Barack Obama had quietly drifted into the background with luke-warm support of…

Coronavirus: four scenarios for China’s economy

Data are still insufficient to fully understand the nature of the novel coronavirus, but The Economist Intelligence Unit is planning to revise its economic forecasts on the assumption that the public health emergency within China will come under control by…

The impact of the coronavirus on the European economy

The outbreak of a novel coronavirus six weeks ago in the world’s second-largest economy and the unprecedented efforts taken to contain it will affect the global and European economies, and will have an adverse impact on businesses and consumers. The…

Dealing with the Chinese Challenge: The Case of the Pharmaceutical Industry

By Robbin Laird and Ed Timperlake The United States and a number of key allies have begun to focus significant attention on reworking the supply chain in key industries associated with imports from China. As Dr. Harald Malmgren recently noted:…

Saudi Arabia steps up peace efforts in Yemen

Event On November 28th Saudi Arabia released 128 prisoners captured during the ongoing war against the Houthis, an Iranian-backed Shia group, in Yemen. Analysis The Saudi government—and chiefly Mohammed bin Salman al‑Saud, the crown prince and de facto ruler, who…

Armenian Government’s Precarious Balancing Act With Russia

Publication: Eurasia Daily Monitor Volume: 16 Issue: 165 By: Armen Grigoryan November 21, 2019 05:23 PM Age: 4 days Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov recently paid their first visits to Armenia since the 2018 “Velvet Revolution.” Shoigu…