The Economists Who Stole Christmas

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY YANIS VAROUFAKIS How might opposing schools of economic thought – from neoclassical and Keynesian to Libertarian

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Before Our Very Eyes, Trump Is Undoing the Work of Our Country’s Founders

Republished with permission from TomDispatch.com Painful as it is, we can only fight him if we pay attention. By Tom Engelhardt / TomDispatch

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Watching the watchers: the G5 Sahel Force has a human rights problem

This article first appeared on openDemocracy BY AMANDA CLARKSON If history is a lesson, without a robust human rights framework,

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The New Russian-US Cold War and the Korean Crisis

Originally Published on The Jamestown Foundation By: Pavel Felgenhauer Sergei Rogov (69), pronounced earlier this month, “The crisis between Russia and

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The Economics of China’s New Era

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY  JUSTIN YIFU LIN With the age of Western global dominance coming to an end, it is

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Donald Trump’s 21st Century Fake Populism

Republished with permission from TomDispatch.com Our president isn’t a populist, but he’s happy to play one on TV. By Rajan Menon / TomDispatch

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Venezuela’s government clings on by splitting the opposition and strong-arming the poor

Ryan Brading, SOAS, University of London Despite a crippling economic crisis, alarming social turmoil and a 17% approval rating, Nicolás

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As Trump Has a Mental Meltdown, the Sycophants Around Him Doing Nothing Endanger Us All

Originally published on ALTERNET Powerful aspiring dictators don’t just get better if you look the other way. By Kali Holloway / AlterNet Delusion,

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