Tag Archives: Petrodollar

Amid Qatar-Saudi Rift, Qatar May be Turning Its Back on the US Dollar By
Late last week, Saudi Arabia and other members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) that are involved in attempting to isolate Qatar sent the tiny Gulf nation a list of 13 demands. They are insisting that Qatar meet these demands...
End of the (Petro)Dollar: What the Federal Reserve Doesn’t Want You to Know By
  (ANTIMEDIA) — OPINION — The United States’ ability to maintain its influence over the rest of the world has been slowly diminishing. Since the petrodollar was established in 1971, U.S. currency has monopolized international trade through oil deals with...
Trump Is Taking The US-Saudi Relationship To The Next Level​ By
WASHINGTON, DC – One of the major tenets of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was his promise to bring about “complete American energy independence,” a promise that won him the unwavering support of the U.S. fossil fuel industry and several key endorsements....
The ‘Inevitable’ War Against Iran & The Decline Of US Hegemony By
WASHINGTON — In the United States, war is business and business is war. As the U.S. dominates global weapons exports, accounting for 33% of the entire market, the profits of war for both the private and public sector have guided U.S. foreign policy and military action...