Topic: Economic crisis

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Is Barney Frank Really a Reliable Source on Rolling Back Dodd-Frank Bank Reform? He Works for a Bank

Former Massachusetts congressman is a liberal icon whose name is on the bill. He’s also a well-paid bank director. The House of Representatives vote...   [ continue reading...]

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"We Are Lurching Toward Plutocracy": Rep. Ellison on Rollback of Key Dodd-Frank Banking Regulations

In a rare bipartisan effort Tuesday, House lawmakers voted 258 to 159 to exempt banks with less than $250 billion in assets from many of the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act...   [ continue reading...]

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‘Venezuelans value peace and democracy’

Federico FuentesEulalia Reyes de WhitneyIssue 1180May 10, 2018Venezuela elections 2018Venezuela'Venezuelans have time and again shown the world how much th...   [ continue reading...]

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Saint Nick of Armenia: how protest leader Nikol Pashinyan “rescued” Armenia and made it merry

Armenia's intensive street mobilisation over the past month has taken many by surprise. Who is the man at the cent...   [ continue reading...]

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Evaluating Karl Polanyi — a contradictory, but vital economic thinker

Derek WallIssue 1179May 4, 2018bookshistoryeconomicsAustriaKarl Polanyi.Reconstructing Karl Polanyi: Excavation & Critique By Gareth Dale Pluto, 2016 2...   [ continue reading...]

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A frontline factory, an embattled oligarch and Ukraine’s industrial drift

For the future of this chemical plant in eastern Ukraine, trade policy with Russia looms large....   [ continue reading...]

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Inequality persists in Chavista Venezuela

Why did Chavismo—equipped with a broad electoral mandate, a clear redistributionist agenda and a favorable m...   [ continue reading...]

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Venezuela: Rural communities organise to confront economic crisis

Pacha GuzmanFederico FuentesIssue 1178April 26, 2018Venezuela elections 2018Latin AmericaVenezuelaAn assembly of campesino farmers in Merida state on April...   [ continue reading...]

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"The World Is Changing: Ten Years After The Great Recession" by Roberto AZ Borghi

A decade after the outbreak of the global economic crisis, the deepest since the Great Depression, a question remains open: what has changed in the internationa...   [ continue reading...]

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The Third Great Depression and rise of the far-right: experiences from Turkey

In Turkey the Islamist right garners support in rural areas by promoting social welfare and subsidy programmes. Th...   [ continue reading...]

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World War is Still in the Cards

Just over a quarter-century before the outbreak of the First World War, global capitalism was in the throes of a deep economic crisis. This original ‘Grea...   [ continue reading...]

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Precariat spring: Spanish social movements get ready for a new cycle of mobilisation

During the last month pensioners, women and housing activists suffering from precarious conditions have taken to t...   [ continue reading...]

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Kurdistan Region of Iraq: Protesters Beaten, Journalists Detained

Expand Riot police use teargas to disperse hundreds of civil servants who gathered during a...   [ continue reading...]

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Live Blog: News and analysis on Catalonia's struggle for self-determination

Dick NicholsBarcelonaApril 10, 2018WorldIndependenceCataloniaPro-independence supporters rally on March 12. Catalonia in Spain: Europe's key struggle for democr...   [ continue reading...]

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International Community Ramps Up Action on Venezuela Crisis

One year into the most recent series of protests and a humanitarian crisis with no end in sight, international groups have called for action to help protect Ven...   [ continue reading...]

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Persistent inequality (1): Why Kirchnerism lost in Argentina

Why did Macri win the elections? Because of the falling price of commodities? The power of the media? A change in...   [ continue reading...]

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Brazilians take over the streets after Lula jailed

Zoe PCIssue 1176April 11, 2018WorlddemocracyLatin AmericaBrazilProtesters condemn the jailed of Lula, Sao Bernardo do Campo.The Brazilian Supreme Court dec...   [ continue reading...]

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Red and Blue Voters Alike Could Rally Around This Radical Job Growth Idea

Pushing to expand Americorps or supporting a federal jobs guarantee has benefits for everyone. Economists warn we are on the brink of another economic bus...   [ continue reading...]

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'The Battle for Paradise': Naomi Klein on Disaster Capitalism & the Fight for Puerto Rico’s Future

Corporations are making a killing over Hurricane Maria's destruction. Six months since Hurricane Maria battered the island of Puerto Rico, the island is...   [ continue reading...]

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The madness and conflict of Shakespeare's characters can humanise economics

Why former Greek finance minister and co-founder of DiEM25 – a pan-European movement for democratising the E...   [ continue reading...]

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