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Russia Denies Reopening Cuban Spy Base as Ukrainian Conflict Escalates

Originally published on July 20, 2014, at NationofChange.org

Responding to recent allegations, Russian President Vladimir Putin publicly denied any intentions to reopen their signals intelligence (SIGINT) post in Cuba. 523 more words

Andrew Emett

Putin Speaks to Russia's Security Situation

Amidst a grueling schedule of phone calls with foreign leaders and statements addressing the Ukraine crisis and the downing of MH17, Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday held… 642 more words

Stopping WW III

Swiss Economist: BRICS Are {Casus Belli} for World War III

Commenting today on the BRICS summit decision, Swiss economist Alfonso Tuor wrote that this is considered a casus belli from the U.S.A. and warned against the threat of world war. 178 more words

Stopping WW III

BRICS Developments, July 23rd, 2014

The Importance of BRICS Bank Is Slowly Sinking In

After a spate of articles trashing the BRICS proposed New Development Bank that appeared in the western press, some pundits have now begun to acknowledge the importance of setting up the bank and trying to figure out why the BRICS chose to do it. 1,877 more words

New Economic Order

The World Financial Markets are Changing..Are You Ready?

By creating their own multilateral financial institutions, the BRICS emerging-market powers are shaking up global economic governance but remain far from dismantling the post-war system dominated by the West. 2,439 more words

World Events

South Africa Finance Minister Emphasizes Strategic Significance of BRICS Development Bank

Within only hours after his return from the sixth BRICS summit in Brazil, South African Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene underscored the strategic significance of the BRICS New Development Bank, according to a report in the South African publication… 222 more words

New Economic Order



The 6th annual diplomatic meeting of the BRICS, an association of five major emerging economies: Brasil, Russia, India, China and South Africa… 458 more words