“As a corruption scandal rocks the European Parliament, lawmakers and campaign groups say a lack of asset declarations, little reporting on contacts with third countries and barely any sanctions created an environment where rule-breaking could go unpunished or undetected.”
Heiner Flassbeck: Falling energy prices at the producer and consumer level – what should feed continued inflation?
The President of the Deutsche Bundesbank, Joachim Nagel, said in a speech in Frankfurt on 5 July 2023 that it was too early to sound the all-clear with regard to the price development in Germany, […]
A critical examination of the discourse of ‘Ukrainian sovereignty’. In New Left Review’s ‘Sidecar’. Read the article HERE.
The numbers filing for unemployment insurance continue to rise and now top 43.2 million since March 7, 2020. A further 1.9 million filed in the week ending May 30, 2020. Read here