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A Greek tragi-farce

Katerina Kitidi looks back over the recent political twists and turns that have beleaguered Greece.

Filed in: Debt Democracy Economics Finance Greece Politics

Life beyond growth

In the light of the world’s current economic situation, New Internationalist’s Wayne Ellwood re-visits his prescient analysis of the growth cul-de-sac.

Filed in: Climate Change Economics Environment

Greek debt: drastic haircuts and uncertain regrowth

As the European economic rollercoaster has the markets holding their breath, Michael Burke considers the relation of profits and ‘austerity’.

Filed in: Debt Economics Europe Finance Greece Politics

Occupy London, one week on

New Internationalist’s embedded occupier Jamie Kelsey-Fry reports on the baby steps of a new movement.

Filed in: Activism Economics United Kingdom

Death in Athens

Constantine Callaghan has filed this news report from Greece where the government has passed another round of strangling austerity measures amid violent public protest.

Filed in: Activism Debt Economics Finance Greece

The Great Rebellion

The Great Recession may have stunned the Minority World, but the Majority World has survived more or less unscathed. David Ransom investigates why, and traces the outlines of a future that might just be worth having.

Filed in: Economics Finance Globalization Trade

Are public service cuts justified?

Banker Dan Mobley goes head to head with tax justice campaigner John Christensen.

Filed in: Economics

Workers of the world, relax

Slowing growth could help us work less, live better and save the planet. So what’s not to like about that, wonders Zoe Cormier.

Filed in: Economics

Nature's bottom line

Economic growth is an idea whose time has passed, argues Wayne Ellwood.

Filed in: Economics Environment

System change, not climate change

Jess Worth looks at how activists in Britain are broadening the climate change debate.

Filed in: Climate Change Economics

Star Trek - Episode 1: The G20 and the B.O.R.G. Supremacy

G20 communiqué goes boldy nowhere where everyone has gone before…

Filed in: Economics Globalization

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