• https://www.msn.com By Naomi Rovnick and Libby Geo
Rivalry with China, fallout from Russia's war in Ukraine and wrangling once again in Washington over the U.S. debt ceiling have put the dollar's status as the world's dominant currency under fresh scrutiny.
• https://www.youtube.com by Ron Paul Liberty Report
Over the last 20 years, dollar reserves around the world have dropped from 73% to 47%. The world is clearly "de-dollarizing." Endless wars, sanctions, wokism, the questionable indictment of a former president, and a long list of unconstitutional abus
This article looks at the factors behind the growing rejection of the dollar for trade settlement purposes by non-aligned nations around the world. They no longer fear political or economic reprisals from America.