Selected Articles: China, Cuba, Turkey, Qatar and…Credit Suisse!

usa-chinaChina-US Relations and the South China Sea: President Xi Jinping in Washington

By Stephen Lendman, April 02 2016

Sino/US relations are less than cordial. Beijing justifiably rejects Washington wanting dominion over part of the world not its own – its longstanding imperial agenda, intruding where it doesn’t belong, belligerently at its discretion.

Las sanciones económicas contra Cuba bajo la administración ObamaCuba’s Support For Revolutions, Self-Defense Remains Largely Intact Despite Western Propaganda

By Caleb T. Maupin, April 02 2016

President Barack Obama’s recent visit to Cuba has been roundly condemned by his right-wing opponents. The fact that the visit coincided with the Brussels bombing has not been omitted from conservative diatribes.

turkeyflagimage5Turkey Sends Weapons to Daesh Terrorist in Syria Under the Disguise of “Humanitarian Aid Convoys”

By Press TV, April 02 2016

Russia’s envoy to the United Nations (UN) says he has submitted to the Security Council purported evidence of the illicit transfer of arms and military hardware by Turkey to Daesh terrorist group in Syria.

qatarFlag_236x236The World Cup and Workers’ Human Rights in Qatar. “The Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game”

By James M. Dorsey, April 02 2016

A new report from Amnesty International slams Qatar for not living up to promises to improve workers’ rights and adds to a growing international criticism of Qatar’s inability to properly implement adopted policies.

tidjane_thiamCredit Suisse on the Brink of the Abyss

By FRCS, April 02 2016

Credit Suisse’s ability to survive in its present form is threatened by the latest revelations of past mismanagement and dysfunctional trading.

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