Month: June 2021

Why the US Needs the EU and the EU Needs the US

The Agenda of European “Strategic Autonomy” where the EU can formulate and defend its own common interests and not heterogeneously force it (please read the analysis entitled “Joint Communication on the EU’s Relations with Russia” to understand that its security should be moved in two pillars. The first pillar is to “buy” security from the

The EU’s Negative Assessments of Its Future Relations with Russia

After the Joe Biden – Vladimir Putin meeting, held in Geneva, which may have given a pause to the deterioration of US-Russia relations, making the US believe that they can stabilise their relations with Russia at a very low level, upon invitation of the European Council, the European Commission and the High Representative of the

Recommended Books Article for the Week 24 June – 30 June 2021

On this page of our site, we will present every week the most interesting publications in our opinion that take place in the world. Publications that all interested book and reader lovers are required to know. We introduce publications in the Humanities (Social) sciences as well as in Sciences, literature class respectively etc. “Noise –

Denmark’s Pioneering Policy (EU) on Migration-Refugee Problem

The leader of the Danish Social Democrats Party and Prime Minister of that EU member country from 2019 to the present day, Mette Frederiksen, and even though in the 2019 elections she formed a one-party government with 25.9% holding 48 seats out of a total of 179 in the Danish Parliament, she has managed to

The EU Economy versus risk-volatile International Environment

Following the completion of the Covid-19 vaccination program, the Commission expects an improvement in the economic environment and increased growth rates for the economy of both the euro area and the EU in a more general context. The crucial question on the table is whether any external factors can appear to challenge, jeopardising the economic

Capital Markets (Inflation) vs Central Banks (Growth)

Today, and following the progress of vaccination programs in developed economies, the main concern and main argument presented by the capital markets is the expected inflation caused by the rapid recovery which in turn will force the Central Banks to raise their interest rates. The two arguments that dominate the global financial agenda are inflation

When Does Tapering Start in World Bond Markets from Central Banks

Given that in the developed countries of the world, the EU, the US, Japan, the UK anti-Pandemic Covid-19 vaccination program is progressing rapidly, the eye of governments and officials of these Central Banks is on when to start “tapering” in bond markets. The “tapering” technique is forced in its application and should be done to

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