World Order Obituary
- However, the perils were great, and the penalties turned out to be a travesty when they began to backfire on the prosecutors themselves.
- The European Union has softened its position on Russia, allowing the unfreezing of certain funds of the main Russian banks.
- The Canadian government also circumvented its own sanctions to return a Nord Stream turbine to Russia – which was being repaired in Canada. The turbine was key to restoring regular Nord Stream gas flows from Russia to Germany.
New Delhi: On February 24, 2022, the world woke up to something no one ever imagined was possible in the 21st century. Even though civil wars, takeovers, military rule, and government collapse make global headlines, launching a full-fledged invasion was beyond sight, even beyond fantasy.
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But what is the result? Is Putin coping with the heat?
Clearly not! The Russian ruble remains strong. In fact, he is doing much better than he was before Putin launched this naked assault. Once considered rubble, the Russian ruble was the best performing currency in the world this year. For years, Putin has been planning the de-dollarization of the Russian economy, and this is his sovereign success.
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As the world continues to watch Russian atrocities in Ukraine, the embattled president is being dragged for using social media every day – in what has become his signature attire – as an excuse to drum up sympathy for his war-torn nation. war.
It’s nearly 6 months of a shameless assault on Ukraine with no end in sight. Nobody knows how long Putin will continue. Weeks, months, probably years! All the while, so-called world prime ministers have failed horribly to stifle Russia and support Ukraine. The measures seem to be limited to a point that their own economies can tolerate. But whatever the reasons for this global realpolitik, the casus belli can never prevail! Not today, not tomorrow, not in 50 years!
However, to grave disappointment, for sure, and this is an obituary to this supreme world order. Where to start to find a new one? This remains unanswered but up for grabs!