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Catalonia and the size of nations

There is a trend going on in the world today.

As globalization gains strength and markets become less local and more open, secessionism also increases. For anyone living in Catalonia today (or Scotland, Flanders and any other region with active separatist movements), it is usual to hear that independence is not only a righteous democratic right, but also economically beneficial. 365 more words


Another World Is Possible -Joseph E. Stiglitz

Four years after his global bestseller Globalization and Its Discontents, Joseph E. Stiglitz offered his agenda for reform. Now in paperback, Making Globalization Work puts forward radical new ways of dealing with the crippling indebtedness of developing countries, a new system of global reserves to overcome international financial instability, and an economically incentive framework for dealing with energy pollution which create global warming and which threaten us on a planetary scale. 583 more words


What should the future of capitalism look like? Dan Kedmey

Should we retire labels like capitalism or socialism? Can we embrace the messy, uncategorizable economic reality? Two economists discuss

Greece’s former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis calls himself a libertarian Marxist Keynesian — or “completely confused,” as he jokes. 1,999 more words


A model for a new economy

Participatory Economics is a model for a new economy based on democracy, justice and ecological sustainability proposed as an alternative to our current economic system. 1,082 more words


Globalization is dead: what now? -Paul Laudicina

In the four decades I have closely followed global affairs, I have never seen the world in such a state of pronounced . Even the end of the Cold War seems tame compared to the changes now at hand. 784 more words


The end of capitalism has begun - Paul Mason

This mind blowing vibrant article written by Paul Mason has been shared from The guardian. Because of its popularity this article has been shared 430,690 times in various social Media so far. 3,276 more words


France’s Zionist Prime Minister, Manuel Valls*

France’s Zionist Prime Minister, Manuel Valls*

By Guillaume Durocher

Valls’ Early Career: A Neoliberal with an “Ethnic” Rotten Borough

Valls calls himself a “Blairite” and a “Clintonian.” This is appropriate. 4,706 more words