The 2010 Dodd-Frank Act allows Systemically Important Financial Institutions to bail in or expropriate their creditors’ money in the event of insolvency. You have been warned! Ellen Brown is an attorney, founder of the Public Banking Institute, […]
Thousands of foreign volunteers have traveled to Ukraine to support both Ukrainian and Russian war efforts. Their arrival has not been without controversy and could result in a wider escalation of the war. John P. […]
In the UK, senior advisers to government ministers should wait two years before taking a private lobbying job in the same area – a rule often flouted. Heath Pickering is a Doctoral Researcher in Public […]
Western leaders privately told Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that Ukraine should begin peace talks with Moscow this year in exchange for closer ties with NATO Read Here
Documents obtained by Corporate Europe Observatory reveal how the EU’s pioneering attempt to regulate artificial intelligence has faced intense lobbying from US tech companies. Read Here
Al Jazeera report on the new Northern Ireland deal, known as ‘the Windsor Framework’. Read the article HERE.
Attempts to ignore the logic of war and its modern history are an effort to dragoon opinion behind a coming century of conflict. David Jamieson is the editor of Scottish website Conter. Cross-posted from Conter […]
A detailed account of the sharp decline in democratic freedoms in Ukraine, in ‘Jacobin’. Read the article HERE.
A look at Joseph Stiglitz’ analysis of the current drivers of inflation and what to do about it. Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of London and a prolific blogger Cross-posted from Michael Roberts’ blog […]