Leading Brexiteers, starting with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, have sought to portray Greece’s former finance minister as one of their own. And while they clearly know better, they must be delighted that many Remainers […]
What comes next? Yanis Varoufakis has some good ideas By the way, this is followed by Yanis’s first speech in Greece since MeRA25’s entry into Greece’s Parliament. Also interesting.
The left-wing party’s embrace of austerity created the conditions for a parasitic and cruel oligarchy to return. Read here
Yanis Varoufakis addresses many of the issues concerning Julian Assange Listen here
The European Union Court delivered its verdict: European citizens cannot be allowed to find out whether the ECB acted legally in closing down Greece’s banks in June 2015. Why? In the wording of the three […]
The Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, Oxford University, kindly invited me to deliver the 2019 Taylor Lecture on 12th February 2019. I chose the topic of Realistic Utopias versus Dystopic Realities – my aim being to […]
The exit of Jim Yong Kim offers a chance to put the Bretton Woods institutions in the service of the many, not the few Read here