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  1. Critical Perspectives and Alternative Solutions to the Eurozone Crisis

    09 December 2011
    Article

    2011 witnessed the implementation of some of the most comprehensive undemocratic structural changes in the EU since the Lisbon Treaty. Alternative proposals for a progressive exit from the euro crisis are laid out here.

         
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    Cazadores de ambulancias

    05 December 2011
    Policy briefing

    El hermético y lucrativo mundo del arbitraje internacional sobre inversiones está enriqueciendo a un pequeño grupo de bufetes de abogados, que promueven activamente litigios contra Estados y luchan por impedir que se produzcan cambios en el injusto régimen internacional de inversiones.

  3. Huge Cost of Tax Evasion Revealed as Campaign to Tackle Tax Havens Launches

    24 November 2011
    Article

    New research published by the Tax Justice Network shows that tax evasion costs 145 countries, representing over 98% of world GDP, more than US$3.1 trillion annually.

  4. ¿Un golpe de Estado en la Unión Europea?

    Susan George
    14 November 2011
    Article

    ¡Las demandas de los trabajadores de la Unión Europea de salarios y condiciones de trabajo mejores, pensiones generosas, largas vacaciones y permisos cuando sean necesarios deben controlarse! ¡Ya está bien!

  5. European Democracy Now!

    03 November 2011
    Other news

    While banks and European leaders negotiate the next public bail out of private greed, and the financial speculation that caused the crisis continues unheeded, Europeans have shown that like many people around the world, from Tahrir to Syntagma Square and Wall Street, they are not going to take more neoliberal austerity lying down. The question already being asked by many observers is - where to now for the popular demonstrations?

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    Legalised Profiteering?

    03 November 2011
    Policy briefing

    The secretive and lucrative world of international investment arbitration has enriched a small coterie of multi-billion dollar international firms, which actively promote and even help finance litigations against states and have fought fiercely to prevent changes to an unjust international investment regime.

  7. Will the Mercozy deal save Greece and the Euro?

    Susan George, Fiona Dove, Yiorgos Vassalos, Dominique Plihon, Kenneth Haar
    02 November 2011
    Multi-media

    In a podcast debate, four activist researchers debate why the European Union is wedlocked to economic policies that will only worsen the crisis and further undermine democratic control of public budget.

       
  8. Occupy Wall Street: New politics and new milestones

    Phyllis Bennis
    01 November 2011
    Article

    The occupy movement has achieved an incredible and much-needed shake-up of a long-standing political stasis in the US and elsewhere, but it is crucial now to highlight the connection between failed foreign policy, bloated military spending and illegal wars, and the economic crisis at home.

  9. Occupy Wall Street: Origins & Prospects

    Tom Reifer
    31 October 2011
    Article

    The ancient discussion about the purposes of wealth and the conflict between oligarchy – rule of the rich – and democracy – the rule of the demos/the people comes to the fore once again with the Occupy protests.

  10. A Coup D'Etat in the European Union?

    Susan George
    14 October 2011
    Article
  11. Otro modelo financiero

    • Entrevista con Pedro Paez por Sofia T. Jarrin
    10 October 2011
    Paper

    En América Latina, a diferencia del reciente paquete de gobernanza económica de la UE, que establece un poder supranacional que mina la responsabilidad de los Estados miembros, la crisis mundial ha propiciado un replanteamiento radical del Estado y el equilibrio de los mercados.

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    Austerity Forever

    • Kenneth Haar, Corporate Europe Observatory (CEO)
    10 October 2011
    Policy briefing

    The European Union’s new model of economic governance, including the Euro Pact, is a model of prolonged austerity.

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    Financial Governance Beyond the Crisis

    • Interview by Sofia T. Jarrin
    10 October 2011
    Paper

    Dr. Pedro Paez talks about the creation of a new financial architecture in Latin America, based on principles of redistribution, environmental sustainability and social cohesion rather than market principles that dominated the old architecture.

  14. Susan George au Devoir - Récompenser les coupables, punir les victimes

    Susan George
    31 August 2011
    Article

    On est dans un système d'injustice parfaite: on récompense ceux qui ont créé la crise et on punit ses innocentes victimes.

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    Global Inequalities, Alternative Regionalism and the Future of Socialism

    • Tom Reifer
    30 August 2011
    Paper

    This paper examines global inequalities and the future of capitalism and socialism through an investigation of the oligarchic wealth on which the current global order is based and also looks at growing challenges to these social foundations of the present global system.

  16. Time for the EU to shut down the casino

    Myriam vander Stichele
    22 July 2011
    Article

    Until the European Commission shows it has learnt the lessons of the 2008 financial crisis and demonstrates the political will to re-regulate the financial sector, it will be unable to resolve the crises in Greece, Ireland and Portugal

  17. Greece’s Woes: So Goes the Euro

    Howard Wachtel
    21 July 2011
    Article

    The Greek crisis has exposed the fundamental flaws in the Euro project: it stripped countries control over the price of money and allowed political elites to undermine Europe's post-war social contract.

  18. Acabemos con el control financiero en la gobernanza europea

    Susan George
    17 July 2011

    La crisis europea es señal evidente de que hay que librarse de la camisa de fuerza económica impuesta por el Tratado de Lisboa, el Banco Central Europeo y el poderoso sector financiero.

  19. We want our money back

    David Sogge
    14 July 2011
    Article

    Angry citizens want their nations’ money back and rightfully so. Banks should be curbed instead of allowed to enthusiastically facilitate the illicit outflow of money by dictators.

  20. Greece marks failure of EU integration

    Marica Frangakis
    08 July 2011
    Article

    The current architecture of the Eurozone exposes its members to the speculative attacks of financial markets, yet does not provide for any crisis management policies.

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