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...the Financial Markets might be good for this one thing, this one time.
The NeoCons are going to be trumped by the NeoLibs on this situation, though it may take some more time (2-3 weeks?) for "certain signals" to be clearly understood. Mostly because it may take time for the recess monitors to get the kids with the rattling sabers to put them down and go sit in the "time out" room.
Change does not roll in on the wheels of inevitability, but comes through continuous struggle. --Martin Luther King Jr.
by Egalitare on Mon Mar 03, 2014 at 10:05:22 AM PST
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when they were getting close to war with Pakistan in 2002. The Indian stock markets dropped, big corporations expressed the opinion that locating new plants in cities there were liable to be nuked was not appealing, and there was no war.
Purity is for primaries; in the general, our worst are better than their best.
by blue aardvark on Mon Mar 03, 2014 at 11:48:27 AM PST
won't even put a minor dent in Putin's resolve. Why? Because India was an importer of energy. Russia is an exporter. Watch markets go on a roller coaster ride in the EU and here at home as energy traders push prices higher worldwide. There's a reason Merkel hasn't even bothered to send a sternly worded letter. She has no cards to play. She's staring at a recession and Putin knows it.
by Involuntary Exile on Mon Mar 03, 2014 at 04:05:27 PM PST
by you on soon
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