The advent of ‘Brics plus’ will have far-reaching consequences for the global system. In ‘Unherd’. Read the article HERE.
‘A dozen rainforest countries formed a pact on Wednesday at a summit in Brazil to demand developed countries pay to help poorer nations combat climate change and preserve biodiversity.’ In Yahoo News. Read the article […]
India still has many structural weaknesses which make it unlikely that it can catch-up with China in the near future. In ‘Foreign Policy’. Read the article HERE.
The global south debt crisis is escalating – debt cancellation is the only effective and just solution. Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of London and a prolific blogger Cross-posted from Michael Roberts’ blog Next […]
World-renowned author Tariq Ali writes about the political crisis in Pakistan. In New Left Review’s ‘Sidecar’. Read the article HERE.
Lula da Silva used his state visit to Britain to champion the interests of the Global South, urge diplomacy over militarism and condemn the persecution of Julian Assange – a sign of Brazil’s new role […]
The poorer countries are demanding an end to a world dominated by the rich—as well they should. Cross-posted from Common Dreams Jeffrey D. Sachs is a University Professor and Director of the Center for Sustainable […]
Extortionate debt forces nations to pursue climate-unfriendly policies in the hope of repaying loans. Until the next crisis strikes. Cross-posted from Common Dreams As climate activists, we are used to banging our heads against brick […]
While the world experiences a major hunger crisis, the 20 largest food corporations returned $53.5 billion to their shareholders in the past two years. Davi Martins is senior campaign strategist for biodiversity at Greenpeace International. […]
Denmark and the UK have led the way in seeking to export the problem of refugees and economic migrants to the global south Laura Lambert is a Senior Researcher at the University of Freiburg. Martin […]