CBDC launches unlikely to condemn dollar dominance

Mid-August marked the 50th anniversary of the ‘Weekend that Changed the World’ when US President Richard Nixon suspended dollar-to-gold convertibility at a fixed price and rang the curtain on the Bretton International Monetary System. Woods. The next half century brought many In a monetary perspective, one of the most important …

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Geopolitics of energy

Whether in Afghanistan, Central Asia or Eurasia, it is clear that the “lack of energy” continues to play an important role in the many geopolitical changes occurring in the world today. We continue to define the power of nations in terms of military and economic capabilities and also their major …

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Sisolak launches Nevada infrastructure week

A Nevada version of “Infrastructure Week” kicks off Monday in Carson City as Governor Steve Sisolak seeks to highlight ongoing infrastructure projects statewide. The governor will also travel to Las Vegas and Reno for events on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. The State Infrastructure Bank Board Meeting directs the events of …

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Understanding the debate over Covid booster injections

(Bloomberg) – With the particularly contagious delta variant threatening efforts to end the pandemic, a growing number of wealthy countries are considering or considering giving boosters of Covid-19 vaccines, at least to particularly vulnerable groups. World Health Organization officials called the plan of action unethical as long as the poorest …

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Countless Developments, by Abiodun Komolafe –

Time and moments are separate but distinct realities. They are both real, but at some point one leaves the realm of conscious reality. While time is a recurring phenomenon, moments are recorded in time. Yet he lives in the inner recesses of our minds. The important thing to note here …

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