Topic: Austerity

All the news related to 'Austerity' [ 1864 news items | Now showing page 1 of 94 ]

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France: Elections mark a political crisis

A rally for left presidential candidate Jean-Luc Melenchon on April 16.Lisbeth LathamSunday, April 30, 2017For the first time since France’s fifth republi...   [ continue reading...]

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Brazil: Nationwide Strike Rebuffs "Disastrous" Austerity Measures

Andrea Germanos, staff writerNationwide strikes halted public transportation in several of Brazil's major cities on Friday as labor unions sought to show widesp...   [ continue reading...]

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The Last Time This Many People Went on Strike in Brazil It Was 1996

Protesters are taking a stand against a series of austerity reforms hastily pushed by Brazilian President Temer, who enjoys a substantial legislative majority a...   [ continue reading...]

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Solutions to Australia’s rural crisis

Elena GarciaSaturday, April 29, 2017Australia is the most urbanised country on earth. Almost 90% of Australians live in urban areas, while rural Australia, as o...   [ continue reading...]

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Brazil: 35 million workers launch general strike

Photo via Democracy Now!Saturday, April 29, 2017More than 35 million people in Brazil launched one of biggest general strikes in the country’s history aga...   [ continue reading...]

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Students Are Now Leading the Resistance to Austerity in Puerto Rico

Ed MoralesSome $40 billion of the island’s debt could be illegal—so why is the government shutting down the audit commission?   [ continue reading...]

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Finis Europae? Historical cycles and the rise of right wing populism

Why has Europe failed to inspire its citizens in a similar way to other ideas such as the nation, socialism or hum...   [ continue reading...]

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Mission (im)possible? The British left and the future of Europe

A recent gathering of left-wing activists shows the idea of a reformed Europe is being quietly abandoned - but is...   [ continue reading...]

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Soft clean Brexit or hard dirty Brexit: The great unpicking of EU regulations begins

UK prime minister Theresa May remains beholden to a small, vocal, hardened and influential faction within the Cons...   [ continue reading...]

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Why stories matter

Stories cultivate the frequently forgotten yet uniquely human traits that build solidarity. Cred...   [ continue reading...]

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Joshua Rahtz: The Soul of the Eurozone

The character, career and intellectual output of Europe’s most consequential politician, Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble—lon...   [ continue reading...]

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The Scrooges in Charge

It isn’t all bad. Moonlight won the Best Picture Oscar, after all, and Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake, a wonderful film about the effects of austerity...   [ continue reading...]

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Europe: Don’t Break Out the Champagne Yet

AP Photo/Claude Paris French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron delivers a speech during a campaign stop in Marseille.  The political ma...   [ continue reading...]

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The weakening of Egypt’s regional role

As time passes, pressure on the regime will mount and a choice will have to be made between a domestic crisis, los...   [ continue reading...]

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Hundreds of cities across globe march for science on Earth Day

Sydney March for Science, April 22.Monday, April 24, 2017Hundreds of cities took part in a worldwide “March for Science” to coincide with Earth Day...   [ continue reading...]

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Forty years of failure: how to challenge the narrative of Hard Brexit

Labour needs to tell people a clear and convincing story about what has happened to Britain since the 1970s if it...   [ continue reading...]

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Imperialism and the Emperor's new clothes

Rather than demonising working class people who have been seduced by the promises of right-wing populists and fascists, we must show that Donald Trump has nothi...   [ continue reading...]

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RIP United Kingdom, 1927-2017

The Tories maintain the electoral momentum and the political initiative, something which is not only going to dama...   [ continue reading...]

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One Toke Over the Line with Trump and Sessions

AP Photo/Richard Vogel,File Marijuana plants for sale at a medical marijuana provider in Los Angeles.  Attorney General Jeff Sessions had l...   [ continue reading...]

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A look behind Melenchon's insurgent campaign for the French presidency

Jean-Luc Melenchon.Dave KellawayFriday, April 21, 2017Shock followed by surprise followed by upset. The French presidential election, whose first round is April...   [ continue reading...]

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