It's déjà vu all over again.
China Takes Over French Share In Giant Iran Gas Project
The Russian and Chinese governments are puzzling. They hold all the cards in the sanction wars and sit there with no wits whatsoever as to how to play them.
Medvedev said Moscow would take economic, political or other retaliatory measures against the United States if Washington targeted Russian banks.
The US State Department has out of the blue decided that Russia is guilty in the case of the poisoning of a former spy and his daughter in the UK, and has slapped on yet another round of sanctions. This time the sanctions call for the president to co
The US government displays its lack of contact with reality with sanctions, designed to hurt both US-Russia relations and President Trump
You can always count on the neocons in Congress to ignore reality, ignore evidence, and ignore common sense in their endless drive to get us involved in another war.
If half of what I have come to understand about the Curious Case of Bill Browder is true, then the "Magnitsky Trio" of Senators John McCain, Lindsay Graham and Ben Cardin are guilty of espionage, at a minimum.
After the liquidation of its US Treasury holdings, surging gold reserves, and switching to a non-SWIFT payment system, Russian President Putin attempted to quell general concerns noting that "Russia isn't abandoning the dollar."
The United States in certain cases will consider waivers for countries that need more time to wind down imports of oil from Iran as it seeks to avoid disrupting global oil markets while reimposing sanctions against Tehran, U.S. Treasury Secretary Ste
Juan Cole claims Turkey, Iraq, and China will defy Trump sanctions. But saying and doing are two different things.
Defying the Trump administration, Turkey said it would ignore the State Department's call on US allies to stop importing Iranian crude oil by November 4, when the latest sanctions against Iran are set to kick in.
Effective Nov. 4, Trump demands all trade with Iran to cease. Iran can potentially use Bitcoin as a workaround.
Commerce Secretary Ross says...The U.S. has struck a deal with Chinese telecom giant ZTE to end crippling American sanctions, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross told CNBC on Thursday.
"Abandon all hope ye who enter here." That, famously, is the inscription above the gates of hell in Dante's Inferno, and, if Uncle Sam gets his way, it will be the first thing that comes to mind for any company seeking to skirt the Iranian sanctio
There's no dressing it up; socialism has wrecked Venezuela's economy.
In a testament to the success of the latest Trump sanctions against Russia, overnight Russian aluminum giant Rusal announced that its chief executive,
75-year-old chairman of Rogers Holdings has been using the sell-off that followed the April 6 penalties to buy more short-term rouble debt
Iran and Russia could start using cryptocurrencies to avoid Western sanctions, Russian news portal RBC reported yesterday, May 17.