Europe’s largest export country set to exploit South America
It’s another jab to the greenback.
Brazil’s upgraded economic status is forcing it to form a partnership with the EU that has prophetic implications.
Why a 70-member government-led delegation visited the Holy Land
More people are in slavery today than there have been at any time in human history.
The public perception across Europe is that American intelligence agencies are stealing European industrial secrets. Such an atmosphere of transatlantic mistrust could lead to bigger problems.
Post-war Europe has championed itself as a bastion of human rights, but is now compromising in that area.
From June 12, 2013 in News »
Germany and Jordan strengthen ties through a number of industrial projects.
Germany moves to consolidate its Latin American resource bases, but at what cost to Latino economies?