Energy shifts, geo-economic shifts, and the world will shift. Its hard to determine what will happen politically to the global politics in the East, “China also has a tendency of not caring much what kind of regime it works with – as long as it can use them to meet its energy needs.”

Business & Money

Two of the biggest news stories of the week have been growing tensions between Iran and Israel, and Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping’s five-day tour of the U.S. to bolster relationships between the two nations, which have taken a hit in recent months due to trade and currency posturing. While there’s been plenty of commentary on both issues, these two stories are crucially related in a way that most of the press hasn’t explored.

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