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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Trump and National Neoliberalism, Revisited

Donald Trump = Editorial credit: Frederic Legrand – COMEO / Shutterstock.com This article appeared originally on Dollars&Sense BY SASHA BREGER-BUSH

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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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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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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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Inconvenient Truths About Migration

Commentary from Project Syndicate BY ROBERT SKIDELSKYStandard economic theory says that net inward migration, like free trade, benefits the native population

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Trade Deals with Real Gains: A Path Forward

Republished with permission from CEPR Written by Dean Baker Presentation by Dean Baker at “What is the Future of International Trade?”

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Once taboo, socialism finds comrades among US millennials

While working as an electrician Lee Carter received a literal shock, through one hand and across the chest, that jolted

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Brazil ministers deny wrongdoing in Paradise Papers leak

Two Brazilian cabinet ministers whose names appear in the Paradise Papers said Monday that there was nothing illegal in keeping

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