The Military Media Industrial Complex: Who decides agenda? Power Structures that drive behavior: Their top 500 People

The Military Media Industrial Complex: Who decides agenda? Power Structures that drive behavior: Their top 500 People

What do the Billionaires and their friends in High Office intend to do? What Foreign Policy ? What Economic Policy ? Whither America ?

Analytical Approach 1:  THE SIMULATION:


BlackRock & Larry Fink

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-01-23/fink-leverages-blackrock-s-3-5-trillion-in-shareholder-push.html



Data: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_past_and_future_GDP_(nominal)
Goldman Sachs Report on BRIC and G6

My own early analysis

BRIC will shake up old assumptions about alliances.

S. Korea and Japan may drift further out of our sphere of influence.

(Hence the bases?)

Western Europe would likely stay in a EuroCentric Alliance

Russia-India axis is likely to become increasingly active as in the Cold War days - much will depend on India and China's relationship. China has its Pakistan card - and vice versa.

Brazil will blow populist to elitist in leadership - and with those fluctuations it will draw closer to the new democratic socialist governments in Bolivia, to some extent Paraguay, Ecuador and Venezuela Nicaragua and Cuba. At other times it will shift towards the US.

Colombia is a strange case. A mini Iraq on our doorstep.






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