All posts tagged: trade

Democracy and Its World Order are Shackles of American Slavery. Re-Establish the Khilafah (Caliphate) for Real Change

On 27 March 2022, Imran Khan revealed a regime change operation through US conspiracy at a rally, and announced a public struggle against US control over Pakistan. However, in just seven and a half months, Imran Khan officially ended this campaign. In an interview with the Financial Times published on November 12, he said, “As […]

The Constant Inflation is Due to Currencies that Lose their Value Constantly, as They are not Based on Gold and Silver

Like other currencies, the Dollar, the Pound and the Franc, originally, the Rupee was backed by real tangible wealth in the form of a precious metal. In the case of the Dollar, it was gold, in the case of the Rupee it was silver. This system stabilized the value of the monetary unit both internally […]

Economic Partnership Agreement A Tool to Perpetuate Colonial Dominance

On Tuesday, 9 March 2021 Kenya’s Parliament ratified the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the United Kingdom. The trade deal will give UK goods 25 years of tax free entry into Kenya. (Daily Nation) Comment: Kenya’s ratification follows that of UK’s House of Lords debate that took place on Tuesday, 2 March 2021. (Business Daily, […]

Views on the News 13/02/2021

Headlines: • COVID-19: Vaccine Nationalism, High Prices and Supply Chain Issues Slowing Worldwide Coronavirus Inoculation • No Change in US Policy on Kashmir, says US State Department • US-China Competition: A Bipolar Technology Order • After Two Hour China Phone Call, Biden says China will ‘Eat our Lunch’ • US Military in the Middle East, […]

Dr Reza Baqir and Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh Pakistan’s Economic Hit Men

The CVs of Pakistan’s Governor of State Bank of Pakistan and Finance Minister speak volumes about their Western credentials. Both have degrees from supposedly prestigious institutions, and have worked in many developed countries. And yet, beyond their research publications, one has the right to ask exactly which developing countries have they transformed into developed countries? […]