With more international players getting sanctioned by the US and the western block, these players are on the look for new methods to bypass these sanctions, pushing toward a new world order.
If the vast petrochemical facilities of western Germany are forced to scale down or even end production, the Eurozone’s days as a pole of the global economy are likely finished for good.
Of the innumerable crises projected to dominate the 21st century, perhaps the most misguided warning has been about so-called “overpopulation,” the reality seems to be the exact opposite.
Washington’s weaponization of its economic dominance against enemy states is gradually reducing its own room for maneuver.
With Russia ranking in the first place as an exporter of wheat and Ukraine ranking fourth, it is expected that the military operation in Ukraine will cause major disruption in the global food supply chains.
From the huge reserve it accumulated over the years to alternative currency transfer methods, Russia has many tools to counter the 'barrage' of Western sanctions, but will they be effective?
With the loudest war-drumming coming from Washington, the question arises as to why the Biden administration seems so intent on provoking such a dangerous level of tension.
The immense hazards these projects now present overshadow the original intentions with which they were built.