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Oct 28, 2021  

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The visit to Tbilisi opened Austin’s swing through three Black Sea nations in the run-up to this week’s meeting of defense ministers from NATO countries, their first in-person gathering in Brussels since the coronavirus pandemic began in early 2020. Austin characterized his planned stops in Georgia, Ukraine and Romania as an effort to “reassure and recognize” the work each nation has devoted to NATO missions — particularly in Afghanistan. (Georgia and Ukraine are not NATO members but took part in the Afghan mission.) The trip is also an unmistakable response to increased Russian aggression in the region, a subject likely to be discussed extensively in Brussels. “The United States condemns Russia’s ongoing occupation of Georgia and its attempts to expand influence in the Black Sea region through military coercion and malign activities,” Austin said Monday before a meeting with the Georgian prime minister. “This is an important region, and its security and stability are crucial to fully realizing the vision that we share of a Europe that is whole and free, and at peace.” Russia shutters its mission to NATO in retaliation for expulsion of its diplomats Friction between NATO and Moscow has risen sharply in recent months. Russia has conducted low-altitude warning flights over Western vessels in the Black Sea and used its foothold in Crimea — territory it annexed from Ukraine in 2014 — to practice striking sea targets during recent NATO training exercises with the Ukrainian military. On Monday, Russia said it would close its permanent mission to NATO in Brussels and revoke accreditations for NATO’s delegation in Moscow. Earlier this month, NATO expelled several Russian diplomats, alleging they were spies . The tit-for-tat coincides with Moscow’s effort to capitalize on the Afghanistan war’s haphazard conclusion and press its claim that the United States is an unreliable ally.


Frydenberg on Thursday, Oct. 7, 2021, welcomed France's decision to return it ambassador to Australia and said they hoped the two nations could repair the damage from a cancelled submarine contract. (AP Photo/Rod McGuirk, File) FILE - In this July 4, 2019, file photo Australia's Treasurer Josh Frydenberg speaks in Parliament in Canberra. Frydenberg on Thursday, Oct. 7, 2021, welcomed France's decision to return it ambassador to Australia and said they hoped the two nations could repair the damage from a cancelled submarine contract. (AP Photo/Rod McGuirk, File) CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Prime Minister Scott Morrison welcomed France’s decision to return its ambassador to Australia and said Thursday the bilateral relationship was bigger than the canceled submarine contract. Morrison dismissed suggestions that Australia needed to rebuild its relationship with France after canceling a 90 billion Australian dollar ($66 billion) contract last month, an act French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian described as a “stab in the back.” “We already have cooperation. See, the Australia-France relationship is bigger than a contract,” Morrison said. “France’s presence and significance and influence in the Indo-Pacific isn’t about a contract.

On World Food Day, Pope Francis blamed markets and capitalism.  “The fight against hunger demands we overcome the cold logic of the market, which is greedily focused on mere economic profit and the reduction of food to a commodity, and strengthening the logic of solidarity. We must adapt our socio-economic models so they have a human face, because many models have lost it. Thinking about these situations, in God’s name I want to ask… The big food corporations to stop imposing monopolistic production and distribution structures that inflate prices and end up withholding bread from the hungry.” Dr. Thomas Woods, also a Catholic, argues in his book [link] linked here The Church and the Market: A Catholic Defense of the Free Economy that the Pope enjoys infallibility in matters of theology and morality, but not science, according to Catholic doctrine. If he did, we wouldn’t need scientists. We could just ask the Pope to solve all scientific problems. Since economics is a science, the Pope has no more insight into it than does any layman. Catholics still must study economics in order to understand how the world works, just like Protestants. If the Pope understood economic history, he would know that the world was poorer than Haiti from prehistory until the advent of capitalism in the 17th century when standards of living began to rise for the first time in human history, but only in the Dutch Republic, a Protestant country. Later, England and its colonies followed.  How did the Dutch break the Malthusian cycles of famine and mass starvation that had plagued mankind for millennia? They implemented the economic doctrines distilled from the Bible by the Catholic theologians at the University of Salamanca, Spain, in the 16th century.