Topic: Austerity

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Our corporation tax system is broken. Here's how to fix it

After eight years of austerity borne primarily by the most vulnerable in our society, it’s time that all bus...   [ continue reading...]

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The second trench: forging a new frontline in the war against neoliberalism

Only a new left internationalism that accepts a limited reassertion of national economic sovereignty can defeat th...   [ continue reading...]

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Heartbreaking doco takes on plight of forced migration

Susan PriceIssue 1172March 8, 2018Culturerefugee rightsAustraliaOpening shot of Al Weiwei's "Human Flow".Human Flow Directed by Ai WeiweiRoadshow.com.au In...   [ continue reading...]

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Austerity, Brexit and the Corbyn challenge

Phil HearseIssue 1172LondonMarch 8, 2018WorldausterityracismAustraliaBritish Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn at an anti-Brexit rally in 2016.In the middl...   [ continue reading...]

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South Africa: Ramaphosa talks left, walks right

Patrick BondIssue 1172DurbanMarch 8, 2018WorldausteritySouth AfricaNew South African President Cyril Ramaphosa.New South African President Cyril Ramaphosa...   [ continue reading...]

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8 Ways You Can Help Women's Rights

Last year International Women’s Day was the largest event of the year on Facebook. And, yes, the answer is the same this year as it was last year: We st...   [ continue reading...]

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When Women Organize, We Win: Lessons From the West Virginia Teachers' Strike

West Virginia teachers, students and supporters hold signs on a Morgantown street as they continue their strike on March 2, 2018, in Morgantown, West Virginia....   [ continue reading...]

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International rights are only as good as the national mechanisms that protect them

A new report by the Equality and Human Rights Commission highlights how many economic and social rights...   [ continue reading...]

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Morgan Tsvangirai leaves mixed record as Zimbabwe's opposition struggles with succession

Alan BroughtonIssue 1171March 5, 2018WorlddemocracyZimbabweMorgan Tsvangirai.When Zimbabwean opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai succumbed to cancer on Feb...   [ continue reading...]

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Brexit Britain: are we all haunted by collapse?

“The EU is literally following in the steps of the Soviet Union. I’ve been thinking about it since eve...   [ continue reading...]

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The ordinary virtues of cities

Talking to Phil Wood, co-founder of the intercultural cities model, last November, about love of cities, intercult...   [ continue reading...]

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Austerity: Osborne’s sickening complacency

The real purpose of austerity is to clobber working people to benefit big business and the rich   [ continue reading...]

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Clashing scales in Brexit Britain, or why we just can’t get along

The first of three essays contemplating the “complete reimagination of politics” which is the drama of...   [ continue reading...]

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Cape Town Is Set to Become the World's First Major City to Run Out of Water (Video)

Click here for reuse options! The South African city is a test case for what happens when climate change and a dysf...   [ continue reading...]

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These Teachers Refuse to Be Weaponized

Educators warn that the militarization of schools could endanger more children. The call to “arm the teachers”’ started as another stink...   [ continue reading...]

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British university staff launch largest academic strike in recent history against pension cuts

Denis RogatyukIssue 1171LondonMarch 3, 2018Worldworkers' rights & unionseducationBritainDemonstration by academic staff and supporters against the prop...   [ continue reading...]

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United States grinding down its Puerto Rico colony

Barry SheppardIssue 1171March 1, 2018WorldHurricane MariaUnited StatesA man stands amid what was once his home after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico...   [ continue reading...]

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What Italy’s “Potere al Popolo” Can Teach Us About Building a Popular Party of the Left

On March 4, the Italian people will walk to the ballots to choose their government for the next five years. During the past few weeks, the TV schedule has been...   [ continue reading...]

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After Jacob Zuma’s Firing, South Africa Risks Budget Austerity and Even Renewed BRICS ‘Poisoning’

Cyril Ramaphosa Relaunches Neo-Liberalism Cyril Ramaphosa’s soft-coup firing of Jacob Zuma from the South African presidency on February 14, after nearly...   [ continue reading...]

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Chicago’s Far South Side Is Finally Getting a Train—And It’s Thanks to Decades of Organizing

On Chicago's North Side, Michigan Avenue, is home to the Magnificent Mile, a super-dense corridor of gleaming skyscrapers and luxury shopping. But just a few mi...   [ continue reading...]

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