Author: ORIENTAL REVIEW

Energy poker

Sharper’s Victims In The Energy Poker

The long-suffering negotiations on enforcing price caps for Russian oil have stalled. The EU, in conjunction with the G7, is discussing a price cap of $65-70 per barrel, which is even higher than the current quotations of the Russian Urals crude. But the greed of European states has traditionally played […]

U.S. Elections

U.S. Elections: Underdogs From Both Sides

At the midterm elections to the U.S. Congress on November 8, the Republican Party won the House of Representatives, and the fight for the Senate will continue in December. The Democrats did not lose as expected, but they lost control of funding and investigations. The strongest impact of the election […]

European industry

U.S. Deprives Europe Of Industry And Personnel

The U.S. is luring in European businesses that cannot exist in the energy crisis. Washington has even legitimized this process. Germany and France are trying to resist. Who will win in this unfolding confrontation between Europe and the New World? Washington has never concealed its economic claims on Europe. Earlier, […]