The world is facing two interrelated crises: climate change and migration. In both inequality plays a seminal role. A political solution for both crises has not been forthcoming, but is that a failure of the […]
Politically you can ignore some of the people some of the time…but you can’t ignore all the people all of the time. For many years European citizens have intuitively opposed unaccountability, a lack of political […]
BRAVE NEW EUROPE is not taking a position on if the EU can be reformed, but one thing is clear: the EU project has been hijacked by corporate interests (neo-liberalism) and the only discussion can […]
Germany has adopted the strategy that it can permanently game its Eurozone partners through its mercantilist approach. Read here
Finance good, big finance better and biggest finance best. This subtle mantra has bounced around developed economies for decades and has almost entirely captured politicians, the media and the public. Countries have fallen over themselves […]
On Labour´s attempt to forge a reputation for economic competency based on new economics: What does it mean? Has it worked? Can Labour escape the balancing the household books narrative? Is austerity economics really over?
The development sector set out to summon the magic of capitalism from the ashes of communism. How is it going? Read here
Northern European nations – the New Hansa – need cheap, will trained workers. Now we know where the will come from. Read here