A skewering of the brutal austerity in Greece which led to the country’s train disaster. Read the article HERE.
This article on ‘International Viewpoint’ documents the dilapidated and privatised state of Greece’s railways. Read the article HERE.
The EU is backsliding on commitments to properly regulate toxic chemicals. Shachi Mokashi is a writer focusing on environmental politics. Cross-posted from the Green European Journal In 2020, the European Commission rolled out a Chemicals Strategy […]
In a new podcast, every fortnight economies Radhika Desai and Michael Hudson will discuss major developments in the fast-changing world of geopolitical economy. In this first podcast, they introduce the themes they will discuss and […]
Surprise surprise, agribusiness successfully uses astroturf campaigns to convince the EU that the use of toxic substances in agriculture can continue for another year. Andy Hsieh is an American writer and environmental activist based in London. He can […]
Remembering Salvador Allende’s speech at the UN in 1972 and the call of world nations for a New International Economic Order, Harris Gleckman explains how global corporations were more effective at setting the rules. Harris […]
How the internet became a tool for profit, and how to change it. Cross-posted from Green European Journal Few would dispute that the early years of the internet were promising. But exactly when those early […]
A long weekend read covering a lot of essential economic and political terrain. Michael Hudson is President of The Institute for the Study of Long-Term Economic Trends (ISLET), a Wall Street Financial Analyst, Distinguished Research […]
Amazon strikes in more than 30 countries part of ‘Make Amazon Pay initiative’. Read the article HERE.
The current state of global economic disorder, as presented in UNCTAD’s Trade and Development Report, and possibilities and limits of effective regional responses. Richard Kozul-Wright is Director of the Division on Globalization and Development Strategies […]