Europe’s Poverty Time Bomb

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY EDOARDO CAMPANELLA Poverty, especially among the young, has been a growing problem across many European countries

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Somewhere in Between

Republished with permission from The Nation The rise and fall of Clintonism. By Ryan Cooper In 1993, Vice President Al

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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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Ugly Stuff: GOP Tax and Budget Plans Will Destroy Finances of Average Americans With Sick Elders or Family Members With Disabilities

Originally published on ALTERNET Tax breaks for the rich, while the GOP targets healthcare safety nets for society’s most vulnerable.

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Germany’s Dangerous Obsession

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY JEAN PISANI-FERRY The European Union’s ability to respond to global and internal challenges will depend

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Austrian Elections: The Crisis of Europe Continues

Global Geopolitics Net – IPS By Roberto Savio Roberto Savio is co-founder of Inter Press Service (IPS) news agency and its

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The Winner-Takes-Most Menacing Democracy, Multilateralism

Global Geopolitics Net – IDN InDepthNews By Ravi Kanth Devarakonda GENEVA (IDN) – Securing a fourth term as German Chancellor is

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Merkel’s Defeat Confirms Dismal Trend for Europe

Global Geopolitics Net – IPS By Roberto Savio Roberto Savio is co-founder of Inter Press Service (IPS) news agency and its

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Greece and economic recovery: Fake news in action

Ten years ago, the implosion of Lehman Brothers ignited a financial crisis whose impact and effects were felt virtually across

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