Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 147

From Balance of Payments to Balance of Power This episode attempts to take a look at the economic concepts of ‘competitiveness’ and the ‘balance of payments’ position of nations, placing them in an historical and real-world context. What do these terms mean and what are their implications? In general, this is a reference to the […]

Empire, Power & People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 145

The Early Years of the Group of Seven The Group of Seven (G-7) emerged in the midst of the largest economic, monetary and financial upheavals since the Great Depression. They established a forum of cooperation among the large industrial powers of the United States, West Germany, Japan, Great Britain, France, Italy and Canada, designed to […]

The EyeOpener- Can South America Avoid the Globalist Trap?

Although usually ignored altogether by the English-language media, Latin America enjoyed a period of economic growth and growing international trade during the very time that the wheels were coming off of the American-led G8 economies in the collapse and crisis of the Lehman Brothers-Quantitative Easing era. Now, the region is founding trade agreements and even […]