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Eurozone’s future must involve break with austerity

Saturday, June 24, 2017The article below is an abridged version of a speech given by Emma Clancy on behalf of Sinn Fein at a European United Left-Nord...   [ continue reading...]

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The religion of property is to blame for the deaths of those at Grenfell

Politicians have been playing Monopoly with people's lives, and Grenfell is the tragic result. ...   [ continue reading...]

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Zimbabwe: Elite scramble for power amid economic turmoil

The multitudes of street traders on every footpath bears out Zimbabwe's economic crisis.Alan BroughtonHarareSaturday, June 24, 2017Zimbabwe is facing elections...   [ continue reading...]

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Fate of EU Agencies in UK to Be Decided via Eurovision-Style Vote

Most EU states are vying to host the European Banking Authority and the European Medicines Agency, which employ 1000+ people and come with large funding. The po...   [ continue reading...]

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Have we reached the end of international development?

As Trump’s administration looks set to slash the budget of USAID and May’s Conservative party debate t...   [ continue reading...]

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Jim Hightower: Trump's Puny Poll Numbers Are About to Crash into His Ego

Trump's greatest failure is that he has no understanding of grassroots democratic idealism. What's the matter with these people? The Trumpsters in the Whi...   [ continue reading...]

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Trump's Plan for Drug Pricing Executive Order Is a Big Pharma Wish List

Those who expected Trump to keep his promise to bring drug prices "way down" are in for a shock. His planned executive order on drug pricing reads like a Big Ph...   [ continue reading...]

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Myths of Globalization: Noam Chomsky and Ha-Joon Chang in Conversation

Noam Chomsky. (Photo: Jeanbaptisteparis) Income inequality is not caused by globalization itself but rather by economic policies that, since the 1980s, have in...   [ continue reading...]

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London Fire Fuels Movement to Tackle Inequality in Britain

Just hours after a 24-story London apartment building went up in flames on June 14, Faiza Shaheen appeared on Britain's Sky TV to connect the dots betwe...   [ continue reading...]

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The Great Telecom Handout: What Will the Government Do?

On Thursday, telecom minister Manoj Sinha will meet with various industry players to discuss their demands. Most banks and telecom operators (barring Reliance J...   [ continue reading...]

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Biggest Banks Fueling Climate Disaster With Billions Poured Into 'Extreme Fossil Fuels'

Andrea Germanos, staff writerThreatening a climate-stable planet, the world's biggest banks are continuing business-as-usual by continuing to provide funding fo...   [ continue reading...]

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Saudi Arabia: Leadership Change Should Improve Rights

(Beirut) – Newly appointed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman should use his authority to end longstanding abuses against Saudi dissidents and rights activi...   [ continue reading...]

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Saudi Arabia: Leadership Change Should Prioritize Improving Rights

(Beirut) – Newly appointed Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman should use his authority to end longstanding abuses against Saudi dissidents and rights activi...   [ continue reading...]

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Feared for all the wrong reasons? The workings of Russia’s conservative soft power

Western pundits and policymakers often see Russian influence in terms of the hybrid threat. But the lens of soft p...   [ continue reading...]

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This is what a for-profit justice system looks like

“We have your son here in handcuffs, and he’s going to jail unless you can bring me the money.”GCREDIT: AP Photo/Kathy WillensRonald Egan...   [ continue reading...]

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Shutting Out the Public from the Senate Healthcare Bill Isn’t Just Antidemocratic: It’s Deadly.

A secretive Senate working group is closing in on a bill to overhaul the U.S. healthcare system by gutting Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act (ACA). With Repu...   [ continue reading...]

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Central banks need to step up and help tackle climate change

It is more urgent than ever for central banks to start mainstreaming ‘green’ finance – for the s...   [ continue reading...]

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Is Big Alcohol Taking a Hit From Legal Weed?

According to one survey, 20 percent of Gen Xers and eight percent of boomers are making the switch from alcohol to pot. The legal weed market appears to...   [ continue reading...]

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India’s Banks Are at Risk of Losing Rs 4,300 Crore on Loans to Mallya’s Kingfisher Airlines

State Bank of India, the biggest lender to the airlines, has pegged its losses at Rs 900 crore, however, the actual losses may be even higher than these estimat...   [ continue reading...]

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What They Want to Hide Tells You Who They Are

In a flashback to their earlier lives on Wall Street, Craig Phillips and Steven Mnuchin want to make it easier for banks to write fraudulent mortgages, then eas...   [ continue reading...]

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