Monday, November 17, 2014

Today's Links

 
"German economists roughly fall into two groups: those that have not read Keynes, and those that have not understood Keynes."  Wolfgang Munchau



1--Stakes are high as US plays the oil card against Iran and Russia, Guardian


2--Saudi oil price plunge, Info clearinghouse


3--Pipeline Geopolitics: The Russia German Nord Stream Strategic Gas Pipeline, Engdahl 2010


4--The Geopolitics of Gas and the Syrian Crisis: Syrian “Opposition” Armed to Thwart Construction of Iran-Iraq-Syria Gas Pipeline, global research


5--Stephen Roach Warns The Fed's Fixation With Markets Is "A Potentially Deadly Trap, zero hedge


6--Washington’s Iron Curtain in Ukraine, CP


7--EFI paid Indian employees working in US less than $2 an hour, 7 News


8---Unemployed Americans increasingly abandoning job search, RT


9--Not alone: New radar data indicates other jets on MH17 course before crash, RT


10--Richard Koo's latest, Nomura


11--West concerned about Russia and China economic ties, RT


12--Canada PM 'hid in a closet' during Ottawa gun attack , Telegraph
Stephen Harper was 'shoved into a closet' for as much as 15 minutes while firefight erupted in nearby hallway in Ottawa parliament building on Wednesday


13--Global Public Downbeat about Economy, PEW


14--Japan's Inflation Slips in August, WSJ


15--Kissinger warns of West’s ‘fatal mistake’ that may lead to new Cold War, RT


16--Why are the Ukrainian SS being allowed to march to the Cenotaph in London on Sunday?,


17--Is The Political System Broken Beyond Repair? atlantic
The majority of Americans say that compromise in Congress is necessary, but unlikely
congress approval at 9%


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