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Who Is Challenging the US Dollar’s Dominance?

The US dollar’s dominating role in international trade gives America enormous leverage in tracking and sanctioning actors it deems dangerous. But now, several countries, with the most prominent being China, are starting to challenge the dollar’s default status. From settling trade accounts to lending money in alternate currencies, some countries are trying to chip away at the dollar. Will other countries follow?

US to roll-out new Russia sanctions | Money Talks

US to roll-out new Russia sanctions | Money Talks

China's Valentine's Day gives economy a reprieve | Money Talks

China's Valentine's Day gives economy a reprieve | Money Talks

US-China Trade Truce: Trum, Xi Jinping agree on trade war truce

US-China Trade Truce: Trum, Xi Jinping agree on trade war truce

US-China Trade Talks: Interview with Andrew K P Leung

US-China Trade Talks: Interview with Andrew K P Leung

Decoded: MENA’s Nuclear Options

Decoded: MENA’s Nuclear Options

Is India's COVID Crisis Threatening Modi's Hold on Power?

Is India's COVID Crisis Threatening Modi's Hold on Power?

Biden and the Economy

Biden and the Economy

Turkey-US Partnership Needs a New Beginning

Turkey-US Partnership Needs a New Beginning

BALKANS BORDERS: Could they be redrawn?

BALKANS BORDERS: Could they be redrawn?

US tech firms report surge in profits as economy recovers | Money Talks

US tech firms report surge in profits as economy recovers | Money Talks

Surrealism is Me | My Octopus Teacher | Crime and Justice

Surrealism is Me | My Octopus Teacher | Crime and Justice

On the Frontlines of the Climate Crisis | Bigger Than Five

On the Frontlines of the Climate Crisis | Bigger Than Five

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