It started in April with a rash of deals between Argentina and Russia during President Cristina Kirchner’s visit to Moscow.
And it continues with a $53 billion investment bang as Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visits Brazil during the first stop of yet another South American commercial offensive – complete with a sweet metaphor: Li riding on a made in China subway train that will ply a new metro line in Rio de Janeiro ahead of the 2016 Olympics.
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Since calling Venezuela as a threat to the United States, more diplomatic and military repercussions are emerging.
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When Obama declared Venezuela a threat to the United States, it was at best a mere speculation or a sign of insecurity. Incidentally, it backfires towards the United States own unpublished crimes in South America, and there were many.
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We can surely interpret Lavrov’s statement below in a number of ways, but I think the most plausible is the optimistic literal translation of the phrase, “redistribution of resources” 😉
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