On the brink

As global economy slows, geopolitical tensions rise

A Globalnomic® view of current world events

By Kurt Nimmo CONTRIBUTING WRITER
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In this edition of the Trends Journal we highlight several of the hot spots around the globe where the public is rising up against long established rulers while other nations are being targeted by foreign governments in the never-ending battle of regime change based on any pretext that media can sell and the public will buy.

As the global economy slows, the natives, especially those in already impoverished nations, have taken to the streets demanding the departure of their rulers and calls for new government systems.

And even in Hong Kong, one of the economically richest spots on the planet, millions have taken to the streets to protest new laws imposed by their Chinese masters, understanding that if they don’t stand up and speak out, their freedom will be lost.

Here’s the Globalnomic® assessment of the prospects for war.