“If one ever needed reminding of the colony status of the once magnificent Greek nation you just have to consider that statement. The EU institutions consider it appropriate that democratically-elected governments in the EMU should […]
In Germany investments are at an all-time low despite negative debt rates and huge foreign account surpluses. Yet, according to think tanks such as Bruegel and Centre for European Reform, there is a need for […]
Germany will not be the same again. The week of protest against the climate crisis in the coal-mining region on the Rhein Hauke Benner is a former journalist and currently a political activist against climate […]
The talk by Sergio Cesaratto on 19 June in Berlin in our series “Economics beyond the Swabian hausfrau” presented by OXI Blog (which makes these films possible), Netzwerk Plurale Ökonomik, and BRAVE NEW EUROPE.
We should be posting an in depth report this week. In the meantime here is a good summary. Read here Activists run towards the Garzweiler open-cast mine. The protests for more climate protection in the […]
New research published today reveals the devastating consequences of the controversial Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) system. A common ingredient in international trade and investment agreements, ISDS creates a parallel justice system that rolls out the […]
It appears that the EU is lacking in negotiating skills or is it simply the German hegemon flexing it’s muscles? Read here
Alex Coan/MD_Photography/Ti_ser, Shutterstock.com Mary Mellor, Northumbria University, Newcastle There is nothing natural about money. There is no link to some scarce essential form of money that sets a limit to its creation. It can be […]