Energy ties between China and Russia are here to stay.


China used to call Russia its ‘older brother’. However, never again since the fall of the USSR. In an effort to portray its status as a less powerful yet assuredly more senior neighbour, Russian officials have recently begun referring to their country as China’s ‘elder sister’. The new term has proven less popular in China.

Debt is the fatal disease of republics, the first thing and the mightiest to undermine governments and corrupt the people.

Wendell Philips

He who controls the money supply of a nation controls the nation.

James A. Garfield

The moment that government appears at market, the principles of the market will be subverted.

Edmund Burke
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