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Paul Tolmachev

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Paul Tolmachev is an Investment Manager, Economist and Political Analyst. He is Certified Professional in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE Program), Duke University. Paul is serving as a Portfolio Manager for BlackRock running $500 million assets under personal management. He also is a visiting research scholar at The Hoover Institution (Stanford University), where he researches political economy and social behavior, specializing in the analysis of macroeconomics, politics, and social processes. Paul is a columnist and contributor to a number of international think tanks and publications, including, Mises Institute, Eurasia Review, WallStreet Window, The Heritage Foundation, Investing.com, L'Indro, etc.

China and Russia: a Return to Colonialism. Russia is a Chinese...

The basic mantra of reorienting Russia's economic processes toward cooperation with China has turned out to be absolute nonsense. In fact, Russia has found...

Putin’s Russia: No Right, No Law, What Remains is Violence

The incident in the skies over the Tver region in the Russian Federation, where a plane crashed (as a result of an air defense...

Biology of Russian Dictatorship: Too Dumb to Win

Dialectically, any dominant power is based on the effective assertion and demonstration of physical advantage over that which is its life support resource. Anyone...

Market Growth 2023: Perspectives and Misconceptions

Let's be honest with ourselves: people are prone to religious determinism, simply put, to shamanism. What does this mean?  In short and dry: people interpret...

The Armed Mutiny in Russia: The Failed Dictatorship Beginning of the...

The story of June 24, 2023 is an exceptionally important moment in Russian history. It is important not because of its physical scale, but...

Inflation and Its Causes: How to Turn Things Upside Down

Paul Donovan, chief economist at UBS Global Wealth Management, recently said in an interview with Yahoo Finance that today's wave of inflation is due...