When a nation is guided by endemic corruption, the diktat of corporations, and a toxic ideology it loses the ability to run a nation or fulfil its basic duties. In the case of Germany this incapacity for planning and execution has been covered up in mainstream media for the neo-liberal cause.
Costas Lapavitsas – Learning from Brexit
October 8, 2019 Mathew D. Rose Austerity, Deregulation, Economics, EU politics, EU-Institutions, Finance, Financial Institutions, National Politics, Neo-Liberalism in the EU, Regulation 0
We have avoided the topic of Brexit, but when the most eloquent and convincing proponent of Lexit writes something on the topic – and this is a lengthy article – it is well worth reading, […]
Pepe Escobar: Who profits from Pipeline Terror?
The whole of Germany’s economy was planned based on cheap Russian gas. There was no Plan B. The German government tried everything to avoid interference with this plan, be it the dlimate crisis as economics […]
Corporate Europe Observatory: Picking up the plastics trail: how Ireland cooperated with the plastics industry
December 1, 2019 Mathew D. Rose Climate Crisis, Corruption, EU politics, EU-Institutions, Lobbying, Regulation, Regulatory Capture, Sustainability 0
Corporate lobbies often exert heavy pressure on member states’ decision-making in the Council of the EU, especially when it comes to making new rules and regulations. But how does the influencing work in practice? Read […]
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