Erdoğan was re-elected in the Turkish presidential run-off because of his opponent’s “limp and uninspiring programme”, which sought to return Turkey to a past that is gone. In New Left Review’s Sidecar.
“During the day in Skopje, voters backing the change said they hoped it would lead to a more democratic country, more closely integrated into the West.” What better way to join in EU democracy” than […]
This is very mixed news. When things get tough for transnational corporations, the American justice system gets going. Besides, Germany´s pharmaceutical transnational Bayer still has the Trump administration, the Republicans, and of course the Supreme […]
Two weeks of nationwide industrial action against President Emmanuel Macron’s planned overhaul of the pension system have disrupted railways and roads, shut some schools and brought more than half a million people onto the streets. […]