The World Trade Organization (WTO) is one of the leading international bodies responsible for global trade regulation. Along with other fundamental elements of the international system, it was designed by the West and in the interests of the West. Established in Geneva in 1995 and based on the General Agreement […]
If the seats on the Appellate Body are not filled by the end of the year the future of WTO appears uncertain. To maintain the continuity of dispute settlement a temporary mechanism has to be implemented and developed. Preserving International rule of law and resolving disputes is quintessential for global economic growth.
Since the Treaty of Maastricht, all the members of the European Union have placed their defences under the suzerainty of NATO, which is directed exclusively by the United States. This is why, when the Pentagon delegates the economic headquarters of the countries it wishes to destroy to the US Department of the Treasury, all members of the European Union and NATO are obliged to apply US sanctions.
On September 28, Russian President Vladimir Putin made a speech at the United Nations General Assembly. The event was to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of the creation of the organization. Putin reminded that the decision to create the United Nations was made in his country in 1945, at the Yalta […]
The Obama regime has issued simultaneous threats to the enemy it is making out of Russia and to its European NATO allies on which Washington is relying to support sanctions on Russia. This cannot end well. As even Americans living in a controlled media environment are aware, Europeans, South Americans, […]
ORIENTAL REVIEW republishes the full text of the report by Mr. Vyacheslav Nikonov, the president of the Policy Foundation (Moscow), presented at the recent conference held in Brussels ‘USA, Europe and Russia: What Is Next?’ “The path to an inclusive, effective Euro-Atlantic security community—the goal espoused by all the Governments […]
Gregory Tinsky (Russia) Negotiations over the Russian entry into World Trade Organization have been dragging on since 1995, which seems to be record term for that. Not a single country in the world had struggled for the membership in this international club longer than Russia. Discussion among Russian economists on […]