In this episode of "Dialogue Works," economists Richard Wolff and Michael Hudson discuss the repercussions of U.S. military interventions, emphasizing the historical context of conflicts in Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Ukraine. The conversation explores the unintended consequences of U.S. sanctions, leading to the independent growth of nations like China and Russia. The global economic shift is highlighted, with a focus on China's advancements and the declining influence of G7 countries. Concerns are raised about Europe's economic struggles, attributed to dependence on the U.S., with a challenging future predicted. The speakers touch on emotional and historical traumas influencing European perspectives on Russia, offering insights into the complexities of global politics.
Dialogue Works: Is China's Economy Collapsing? Economic War
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