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Alan Greenspan

Looking for someone to blame for the collapse of capitalism as we have known and hated it? *Alan Greenspan* is as good a target as any.…

  • Sat Nov 1 23:02:00 2008
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The baying mob at the gates

When Gordon Brown insists that the illegal invasion of Iraq, which has cost tens of thousands oflives and is paid for by the British taxpayer, is to ensure that ‘thenew Iraqi democracy is properly safeguarded’ – where are the 30,000complaints to the BBC when that that particular obscenity is broadcaston Newsnight? …

  • Fri Oct 31 12:38:00 2008
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Autumn cannibalism

A recent farewell letter by famed hedge fund manager Andrew Lahde, gives an interesting insider’s perpsective into the financial crisis…

  • Mon Oct 20 05:46:00 2008
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Read for freedom!

People in Western Sahara have been waiting 43 years for their rights under international law…

  • Wed Oct 15 12:23:50 2008
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Critical Resources on the Financial Crisis

As we all struggle to get to grips with all the implications of the financial crisis as it unfolds, there are a couple of websites that provide good points of reference.…

  • Mon Oct 13 10:15:00 2008
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Can pay.. won't pay!

How *John Christensen* made a banker hide his head in his hands in the tax haven of Jersey…

  • Thu Oct 2 02:01:00 2008
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Adam Ma'anit

Adam Ma'anit…

  • Mon Jun 16 03:00:00 2008
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The first casualty: the fair green banana?

There was an audible sigh of relief on primetime morning radio a coupleof days ago…

  • Tue May 20 17:42:00 2008
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Uruguay

It was the meddling British who used their cartographic skills to delineate the country that would become Uruguay in the early 19th century, as a buffer zone between the two regional giants, Argentina and Brazil…

  • Fri May 2 00:26:00 2008
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Climate Talks in Bangkok

BANGKOK, 2 April, 2008:This week, climate negotiators are in Bangkok hammering out a workplanwhich will allow them to reach a new set of agreements by the end of2009.Contrary to some reports, the Kyoto Protocol does not end in 2012– it is simply the end of the first commitment period and all so-calledAnnex 1 (mainly industrialized) countries are legally required tocommit to new binding emission reductions targets.…

  • Thu Apr 3 17:03:00 2008
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