Why it’s an illusion to believe that the European Union can be democratised Read here
This an excellent, easy to understand, somewhat long explanation of the Paradise Papers. So if you feel you did not really understand what the fuss was about, you can catch up here. A great weekend […]
After a year of woe, the social network’s data-related troubles aren’t yet over. Read here After a year of woe, the social network’s data-related troubles aren’t yet over.
What is another 1,300 lives? Car manufacturers already send hundreds of thousands of Europeans to early deaths with their cheating devices in diesel cars. This will end with Germany intervening and telling the EU they […]
Under my Green New Deal, €500bn a year can be created without raising taxes – and it may tempt Britain back to the fold. Read here
This event has gone almost unreported in state and orporate media – and unnoticed. No lessons have been learnt from TTIP – except how to further reduce democracy in the EU. Unlike the Canadian-European trade […]
Once again the undemocratic European Commission had set the interests of coporations above those of its citizens. Neo-liberalism and regulatory capture march on in Europe. Read here
Bill Mitchell/Warren Mosler provide a great primer on Modern Monetary Theory, and a reminder of 25 years of thinking/observation that’s gone into what’s become a precise body of work. Read here