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Did Argentina Default or Not? It’s More Than Semantics

Posted by on Aug 4, 2014

Argentine President Cristina Fernández addressing supporters in a courtyard in the government palace on Jul. 31, after giving a speech to the nation to explain the country’s debt...

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Geopolitics

Posted by on Aug 19, 2015

Global Geopolitics and Political Economy Net – IPS News Thalif Deen UNITED NATIONS, Aug 1A7 (IPS) – As hackers continue to rampage through closely-guarded information...

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Politics

Rights Trampled in Venezuelan Protests

Posted by on Feb 27, 2014

Relatives and students march with a banner naming people killed in the protests, in a mass opposition demonstration in Caracas on Saturday Feb. 22. Credit: Estrella Gutiérrez/IPS...

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Issues

CEOs at Big U.S. Companies Paid 331 Times Average Worker

Posted by on Apr 16, 2014

Global Geopolitics & Political Economy / IPS Fast food workers protest for higher wages in New York City, July 2013. Credit: Annette Bernhardt/cc by 2.0 Jim Lobe WASHINGTON,...

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World’s Nuclear Facilities Vulnerable to Cyber-Attacks

Global Geopolitics and Political Economy Net – IPS News Thalif Deen UNITED NATIONS, Aug 1A7 (IPS) – As hackers continue to rampage through closely-guarded information systems and databases with monotonous regularity, there is a tempting new target for cyber-attacks: the world’s nuclear facilities. A warning has already been sounded by the...

Did Argentina Default or Not? It’s More Than Semantics

Did Argentina Default or Not? It’s More Than Semantics

Aug 4, 2014

Argentine President Cristina Fernández addressing supporters in a courtyard in the government palace on Jul. 31, after giving a speech to the nation to explain the country’s debt payment situation. Credit: Casa Rosada Global Geopolitics & Political Economy / IPS Analysis by Fabiana Frayssinet BUENOS AIRES, Aug 4 2014 (IPS) – Argentina’s supposed...

Fast Food Workers’ Movement: Union 2.0

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What really happened to Egypt’s revolution – Washington Post

See on Scoop.it – Global History and Society What really happened to Egypt’s revolutionWashington Post25, 2011, revolution — that it was sparked by the youth and “stolen” by the Muslim Brotherhood — is infuriating. See on...