I just started creating this Blog and there is not much I can say at the moment but I promise to bring some fresh content soon. What is the purpose of this page? To get JOB! The last contract engagement was finished some months ago. Current situation with COVID19 Pandemic […]

Authored by: Pepe Escobar, a veteran Brazilian journalist, is the correspondent-at-large for Hong Kong-based Asia Times Julian Assange (Prometheus) is being punished not for stealing fire – but for exposing power under the light of truth and provoking the “God” of Exceptionalism (Anglo-America). This is the tale of an Ancient Greek tragedy […]

It’s on again. This time it’s Australia’s wine industry that’s under investigation in China for allegedly violating anti-dumping rules The investigation has sent shock waves through the wine industry and beyond. Broadly speaking, anti-dumping rules prohibit producers from selling anything for less than its market value. The Chinese industry body […]

28.07.2020 Andrew Korybko From a grand strategic perspective, balancing between BRI and the AAGC would enable Russia to participate in both mainland and maritime Eurasian integration processes, with an eye on facilitating the eventual convergence of these two in Afghanistan for the betterment of the continent’s security after that conflict inevitably ends, writes Andrew Korybko, a Moscow-based American political […]

Ruslan Tulenov Supervisor at Hainan Provincial Bureau of International Economic Development On June 1, 2020, Chinese authorities released the Overall Plan for the Construction of Hainan Free Trade Port (“the Masterplan”), a large-scale plan to transform the entire island province into a free trade port (FTP) – making it the largest special economic […]

As old diesel trains are phased out of rail networks around the world, the UK is about to test a new type of engine that could help to decarbonise railways – hydrogen-powered trains By Allison Hirschlag From the platform it looked like any other British commuter train. But as several […]