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PressTV: US seeks to destabilize Russia at the expense of EU: Journalist

Sat Apr 12, 2014 4:6PM GMT

Interview with Deena Stryker

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Press TV has conducted an interview with Deena Stryker, journalist, Philadelphia about Moscow’s warning to the EU that Ukraine’s unpaid debt could affect gas supplies. 537 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

World War or The End Of The Dollar?

Is the US or the World Coming to an End? It will be one or the other

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Economy

From BRIC to MINT: A change in giants

“Emerging markets are hugely important”
- James Dyson

In 2001, economist Jim O’Neill coined the term BRICs, referring to countries Brazil, Russia, India and China in his paper ‘The World Needs Better Economic BRICs’.

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SpaceX-3 Commercial Resupply Services flight and Grasshopper test

Mission: SpaceX-3 Commercial Resupply Services flight

Launch Vehicle: Falcon

Launch Site: Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida

Launch Date: April 14, 4:58 p.m. EDT

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NASA

'West scared of BRICS as it has no control over it' - Ex-Indian Foreign Secretary

Representing a fifth of the world economy, the BRICS states pose a challenge to the US-dominated world. Submarket growth in Russia and the West could also change more rapidly, shifting the whole world system Eastwards. 21 more words

Current Events

MINT: Nigeria named largest economy in Africa

South Africa no longer dominates its continent in terms of the economy. This week, recalculations of GDP data by Nigeria has put it as the number 1 economy. 511 more words

Russia

Week 5 & 6: Ethics, FDI & Economic Integration

The past weeks I’ve learned the ‘BRIC’ group (of current interest to many for global opportunity pursuits), are on the watch-list for corruption. 2011 Transparency International research of industrialized countries’ firms paying bribes abroad, listed Russia, China and Mexico among the highest probability, with India not far behind. 464 more words