Posts with Keyword “drjlt-economics”
07 Apr 2022 · In this update, I cover three separate but somewhat related macroeconomic issues.
31 Mar 2022 · The contrast between the leadership in Russia and Germany cannot be more stark. In this podcast, I compare the two and discuss the underlying causes of this difference.
31 Mar 2022 · This podcast is about the belligerent yet incompetent "leaders" in the west. I discuss 1. what their M.O. are, 2. how to counter them, and 3. what the foreseeable escalations are.
31 Mar 2022 · Recently, there have been chatters on a EU Superfund that skim the pension funds of member states to fund two sets of EU-wide political projects: a. EU army, and b. Energy. In this podcast, I discuss the details and implications of this move.
31 Mar 2022 · In a previous podcast, I suggested two triggers that would lead the world to de-dollarize. In the weeks since I posted it, both became reality. In this podcast, I discuss the actions that countries are taking, the potential solution to establish an altern
31 Mar 2022 · After viewing a panel on recent events with Prof John Mearsheimer & Mr Ray McGovern, I venture to discuss and understand the interactivity between realists and ideologues in the US / West.
31 Mar 2022 · Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is exposed to two destabilizing factors that could lead it down a path of instability: a. EU leaders recklessly send weapons, mercenaries, and "volunteers" to the region to engage in armed conflict. b. Huge influx of refug