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  1. Viktor Orban

    Lessons from the Political Economy of Authoritarian Capitalism in Hungary

    • Gábor Scheiring
    09 April 2018
    Paper

    Hungary was once praised as an example of successful democratisation and EU integration, but now has joined the ranks of ‘liberal’ nations backsliding into authoritarianism. Many commentators blame Orbán and his anti-migrant, anti-EU populist rhetoric, but ignore the underlying causes in particular the failings of market reforms in the country, high unemployment, low wages, spiraling household debts, and a nationalist capitalist class resentful of the advantages given to their transnational capitalist competitors.

  2. Hungary’s regime is proof that capitalism can be deeply authoritarian

    Gábor Scheiring
    23 April 2018
    Article

    Blaming citizens for their alleged populist or anti-democratic turn is misleading. Without the active involvement of the economic elite, both foreign and domestic, authoritarian capitalism could not have emerged in Hungary.

  3. Food production for profit illustration

    Growing power: Mega-Mergers and the fight for our food system

    • Katie Sandwell
    18 January 2019
    Report

    Giant corporations have taken control of our food. In the last two years, these companies have begun the process of merging and re-arranging themselves into just four colossal corporations. The larger these companies grow, the less we can control them. And the less control we have, the harder it is for us to build the kind of food system that more and more of us want: one that recognizes the value of people, respects the planet, and provides decent, dignified work. How did this happen, and what can we do about it?

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  4. Newsletter archives

    01 October 2009

    Archives of TNI's newsletter

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    Books

    Susan George
    05 January 2006
    Article
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    National Security Archives

    17 November 2005
    Article
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    Pinochet Watch archives

    15 June 2006
    Article

    Archives of Pinochet Watch, a former electronic news service of the Institute for Policy Studies.

  8. The Letelier archive

    01 June 2016
    Topic

    On 21 September 1976 Chilean secret service agents set off a car bomb in Washington DC killing TNI's director, Orlando Letelier along with Ronni Moffitt, a fundraiser for the Institute for Policy Studies. Here you will find an overview of dossiers, articles and news related to this brutal assassination, from the steps taken to bring the persons primarily responsible for his assassination to justice, to the The Letelier-Moffitt Human Rights Awards: An award given in honor of our fallen colleagues while celebrating new heroes of the human rights movement from the United States and the Americas.

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    Hopes for Indo-Pak Peace in '05

    Praful Bidwai
    01 May 2006
    Article
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    Hungary's boomerang effect

    László Andor
    30 October 2008
    In the media
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    Book presentation

    14 November 2005
    Article
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    Book presentation

    14 November 2005
    Article
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    Book review

    01 December 1999
    In the media
  14. Reclaiming Public Water book

    • Brid Brennan, Olivier Hoedeman, Philipp Terhorst, Satoko Kishimoto, Belén Balanyá
    09 March 2007
    Book

    The groundbreaking book on how reformed public water services can achieve the goal of delivering water for all. Includes additional new chapters.

  15. Flower seed

    Mashal Books

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    Tulika Books

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  17. Flower seed

    Penguin Books

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  18. Flower seed

    Silkwork Books

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    Silkworm Books

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    Beyond the Market: The Future of Public Services

    15 March 2007
    Book

    This yearbook proves that privatisation is not inevitable; that we can and must react to protect, preserve and reclaim our public service inheritance. It is clear that without extensive, universally distributed public services, there is no way the world can realise the United Nation's Millennium Development Goals.

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