Topic: Economic crisis

All the news related to 'Economic crisis' [ 796 news items | Now showing page 39 of 40 ]

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Osborne hides his fiscal secrets under the hospital bed

The NHS promises yet more mythical savings to unlock a few crumbs from the Chancellor's red box. Meanwhile its debts soar to Greek levels – and the shadow of...   [ continue reading...]

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The Greek Crisis Shows the Fundamentally Undemocratic Nature of the Eurozone

As of Tuesday evening Greek time, eurozone leaders have forced an ultimatum on Greece’s government: capitulate within five days or leave. Warning that Syr...   [ continue reading...]

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The Greek Crisis Marks ‘the Beginning of the Collapse of Capitalism’

brett jordan / (CC BY 2.0) Missing from the mainstream debate over the Greek economic crisis is “the damaging role that the endless quest for economic growt...   [ continue reading...]

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Economist Richard Wolff on Roots of Greek Crisis, Debt Relief and Rise of Anti-Capitalism in Europe

As Greek voters reject further budget cuts and tax hikes in exchange for a rescue package from European creditors, who is to blame for the debt crisis embroilin...   [ continue reading...]

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Greece - What You Are Not Being Told by the Media

Every single mainstream media has the following narrative for the economic crisis in Greece: the government spent too much money and went broke; the generous ba...   [ continue reading...]

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John Repp on the Promise of Public Banking in Seattle

In 2008, dismayed by the role played by large, private banks in the financial meltdown, a group of Washington state residents began advocating for a state-...   [ continue reading...]

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North Ossetia is rethinking its role as Russia's ‘outpost’ in the Caucasus

From ‘outpost’ to ‘outpostism’ and then to ‘outposter’, North Ossetians are feeling increasingly alienated from the Russian centre....   [ continue reading...]

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North Ossetia is rethinking its role as the ‘outpost’ of Russia in the Caucasus

From ‘outpost’ to ‘outpostism’ and then to ‘outposter’, North Ossetians are feeling increasingly alienated from the Russian centre....   [ continue reading...]

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Why I Am Glad I Am Leaving America

America's racial frictions seem certain to spark another summer of conflict. For the past couple of years the summers, like hurricanes, have had...   [ continue reading...]

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Now That Greece Has Defaulted, Tsipras and Syriza Can’t Blink: It’s Time To Push For a Grexit

At 1 a.m. Athens time on Wednesday, after five tumultuous years in which Greece’s unemployment rate ballooned, homelessness grew and the suicide rate skyr...   [ continue reading...]

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Spain’s hologram protests

Millions of Spaniards have engaged in protests over the past four years. As of July 1 they can be subject to disproportionate fines and even jail for exercising...   [ continue reading...]

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The hidden injuries of caste: south Indian tea workers and economic crisis

Economic crisis has forced Indian tea workers to seek employment outside the plantations, forcing them to re-engage with the caste hierarchy from which their an...   [ continue reading...]

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Adivasis in India: modern-day slaves or modern-day workers?

India’s Adivasis often work in conditions commonly described as ‘modern-day slavery’, but they are not slaves. Their unfreedom is both the fuel and produc...   [ continue reading...]

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The geopolitical implications of Europe’s debt crisis

Up until very recently, geopolitics was one of the most unpopular and outdated intellectual concepts in contemporary Europe. The eurocrisis has changed that....   [ continue reading...]

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Fomenting unnecessary alarmism (or why the scenarios of a “civil war” in Greece are unfounded)

Claims that the situation in Greece may escalate into a 'civil war' misunderstand the nature of modern Greek society. A pro euro rally he...   [ continue reading...]

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Fermenting unnecessary alarmism (or why the scenarios of a “civil war” in Greece are unfounded)

Claims that the situation in Greece may escalate into a 'civil war' misunderstand the nature of modern Greek society. A pro euro rally he...   [ continue reading...]

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From the squares to power in four years, 10 days

How Spain’s skilful activists have transformed politics during the crisis years and how the full effects of 15-M are still emerging. So...   [ continue reading...]

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Why the UK really needs wealth creators and hardworking people

The two phrases, so beloved of politicians, stem from a fundamental shift in the role of the worker in post-industrial Britain. David Cam...   [ continue reading...]

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The EU-Armenia entanglement: failed relations and the shadow of a new approach

Armenia is trapped between its traditional ties to the East and a desire to integrate with the West. In the light of an increasingly aggressive Russian foreign...   [ continue reading...]

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The people united: on the populism of the Mediterranean purple wave

The populist discourse of Podemos and Syriza is the attempt to cope with a post-industrial and crisis-ridden economy in which traditional class identifications...   [ continue reading...]

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