First it was capital controls (no one talks about the success of Iceland with this policy) that the IMF revised. Now it is what the IMF refers to as “The policy that shall not be name”, Indutrial Policy, that is being rehabilitated.
Ignasi Bernat and David Whyte: Catalonia’s fight is driven by a passion for neighbourhood, not nationhood
The authors write: “The international community still fails to recognise that the region has witnessed an unprecedented revolution in participative democracy that started long before the referendum, and will almost certainly outlast any constitutional settlement.” […]
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“The threat to the world today is not a trade war but a social war, conducted by means of aggressive policies of fiscal dumping which benefit the wealthiest and the most mobile.” Read here