Africa’s last absolute monarchy could be ripe for big changes ahead that could help its people—if the Swazi government follows up its words with actions.
"Domestic oil production is high cost, and QE has held the Dollar down and the price of oil up. With QE coming to an end, the shale revolution will have to stand on its own..."
"Serbia’s current balancing act in foreign policy: forging a closer relationship with the European Union on the one hand, while maintaining strong ties with its historic ally Russia on the other."
"The low-interest-rate environment that arguably helped cause the 2008 financial crisis remains in place today. What has changed is that government policy has shifted dramatically and now is arguably stifling job creation."
"The United States took two decades to achieve its 'overnight' success in shale gas. For China, the shale revolution will not be delivered any more quickly..."
"The current challenge for U.S. policymakers is to deploy the tactics of international isolation and economic pressure without sacrificing long-term business interests..."
"Russia is too big to isolate completely...and partial isolation is likely to have unintended consequences that contradict U.S. and European intent in imposing sanctions."
Considering this year’s deficit figure in its proper context, lawmakers should realize that America is in the eye of the deficit hurricane.
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