Europe

Why won’t the Eurozone disintegrate?

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About a year ago, while having coffee with friends in Addis Ababa, I postulated that the Eurozone would break up, probably by May, but certainly by September. Of course, I was not the only one offering such projections. But why did we miss the mark (so far)?

Czech Elections: "No" to Austerity and"Yes" to Strengthening the Left

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On 12--13 October 2012, elections took place in the Czech Republic. The
elections were for regional assemblies and one-third of the Senate. Their

Spain: As two-party system breaks down, what prospects for a ‘Spanish SYRIZA’?

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Barcelona - October 28, 2012 - The economic, social and territorial crisis in the Spanish state is morphing into a crisis of the two-party system that has provided Popular Party (PP) or Spanish Soc

The real struggle begins Europe descends into fascism

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Across southern Europe resistance is taking on a new urgency.

“We need transparency on the secret collaboration between German and British police!”

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Police forces from a number of EU countries are meeting in secret as part of the covert International Specialist Law Enforcement project (ISLE).

Ukraine offers the perfect environment for monopolies to grow and thrive

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The Ukrainian economy is highly monopolized and this trend has been aggravated since the last shift in government.

Austerity is killing in Portugal

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“In addition to the institutional issues, beyond the street demonstrations expressing discontent and resistance, in addition to the speeches, there is a reality in Portugal that remains ignored by

Where are the Peacemakers? A Nobel Laureate on the Degeneration of the Peace Prize

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Alfred Nobel was a visionary who believed in a demilitarized peaceful world.  In his will he left his Nobel peace prize to those who would work for ‘fraternity among nations’, ’abolition or re

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