It looks like yet another lurch to the far-right in Europe. Read the article HERE.
Newly elected Argentine President Javier Milei seems to be a follower of the American economist Steve Hanke, a one-size fits all man: as in you should dollarise. How easy would that be? Read HERE Javier […]
Throughout Europe Green parties in government become avid supporters of authoritarian liberalism. More in Germany than elsewhere. Hauke Benner is a former journalist and decade long activist against climate change. Translated and edited by BRAVE […]
Its appeal depends largely on whether voters agree that Berlin’s economic woes can be blamed on the country’s Ukraine war policy Read HERE
It is refreshing to have an outsider’s subjective views on the current situation in Germany. Branko Milanović is an economist specialised in development and inequality. His newest book is “Capitalism, Alone: The Future of the […]
Pedro Sánchez has cobbled together another coalition to stay in power, but he has had to commit to an amnesty for the leaders of the 2017 Catalan independence referendum to achieve it, a move which […]
This is what happens to your national sovreignty when you join the EU – which is doing all it can to slow down a just climate transition. Read HERE
There is a concerted effort by the Spanish right-wing to get the EU to block the Spanish Amnesty law. Read the article HERE.
The Palestine solidarity movement in Britain has had a transformative effect on British politics. David Jamieson is editor of Scottish anti-capitalist website Conter. Cross-posted from Conter In just a month, the movement against the attack […]
How will a Lord as UK foreign secretary be held to account by the House of Commons? Not easily. Thomas Caygill is Senior Lecturer in Politics, Nottingham Trent University Cross-posted from The Conversation Photo: Kremlin/Creative […]