Topic: IMF

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Heart of Whiteness: The Stories Western Philanthropists Tell Themselves

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT DIVIDES THE WORLD INTO OBJECTS AND IDEAS. The objects (children, elephants, forests) are saved by ideas (Western). Stephanie Hanes&rsq...   [ continue reading...]

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Brazil in the labyrinth

As Brazilian politics increasingly escape rational explanation, both the left and and the right get lost in the la...   [ continue reading...]

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Swadeshi Flip Flop: New Niti Aayog Chief Makes a Smooth U-Turn on IMF

In 2013, Rajiv Kumar had advocated that a troubled Indian economy should approach the IMF for help. Today he believes that India is better off without foreign a...   [ continue reading...]

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Eastern Ukraine: “We need new ways of organising”

Amid military conflict and industrial collapse in eastern Ukraine, activists are feeling their way towards new mod...   [ continue reading...]

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IMF’s Initial Steps on Corruption Issue

The International Monetary Fund is best known for doling out financial advice to governments and supporting programs that it believes will improve the country&r...   [ continue reading...]

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Austerity in one country: The case of Britain

A decade of failed economic and social policies has left the UK economy in a perilous state. ...   [ continue reading...]

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How to take on Trump and win climate justice

Friday, August 4, 2017Long-time South African climate justice activist and author Patrick Bond is professor of political economy at the Wits School of Governanc...   [ continue reading...]

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International Monetary Fund Says Dollar Overvalued

The IMF's external sector report showed that external current account deficits were becoming more concentrated in the US and Britain, while surpluses remained p...   [ continue reading...]

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Battle to Oppose Water Privatization Returns Greece to Front Lines of EU Crisis

In late September 2016, the Syriza administration laid the groundwork to begin Greece's water privatization, achieving a majority of 152 parliamentary vote...   [ continue reading...]

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G20: The Second Berlin War Against Africa

Africa neocolonialismby Yash Tandon With German bankers in the lead, the West is waging economic war against Africa, as was evident at the latest G20 meeting. &...   [ continue reading...]

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Tackling high inflation in Argentina, the Brazilian way

Learning from Brazil’s Real Plan experience could help Argentina to get out of the high inflation trap. Espa...   [ continue reading...]

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De-risking and non-profits: how do you solve a problem that no-one wants to take responsibility for?

Decisive action should be taken by the G20 to assess the impact, legitimacy and effectiveness of the whole system...   [ continue reading...]

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'Zuma Must Fall' and South Africa's left: Lessons from Zimbabwe

Members of the radical left union NUMSA, which is refusing to support protests by pro-neoliberal forces.Munyaradzi GwisaiSaturday, July 8, 2017South Africa is a...   [ continue reading...]

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Do African Nations Want Your Second-Hand Clothes? Yes and No

Is your donation doing more harm than good? In 2016, the six-nation East African Community—whose members are Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzani...   [ continue reading...]

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By 2100, Refugees Would Be the Most Populous Country on Earth

Click here for reuse options! Poverty and deadly wars are the major drivers of displacement. The UN Refugee Age...   [ continue reading...]

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Waging Love to End Debt's Stranglehold

Debt is an age-old means of shaming and controlling poor people. The practice is so commonplace, we hardly notice it. For many, going into debt is the only way...   [ continue reading...]

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RBI’s Prachi Mishra, Head of Strategic Research Unit and Rajan Hire, Leaves Central Bank

Mishra, a Columbia University-trained economist who spent nearly 10 years working for the IMF, joined the RBI as a “specialist adviser” in November...   [ continue reading...]

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Equatorial Guinea: Oil Wealth Squandered and Stolen

(Paris, June 15, 2017) – Equatorial Guinea’s mismanagement of its oil wealth has contributed to chronic underfunding of its public health and educat...   [ continue reading...]

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Naomi Klein: Why the Revolution Must Be Led By Ordinary People, Not Celebrities

Since election night 2016, the streets of the United States have rung with resistance. People all over the country have woken up with the conviction that they m...   [ continue reading...]

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Dear Mr. President, Be Careful What You Wish for

Higher interest rates will triple the interest on the federal debt to $830 billion annually by 2026, will hurt workers and young voters, and could bankrupt over...   [ continue reading...]

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