The majority has had enough, says Mark Engler.
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New Internationalist editor Vanessa Baird dissects the financial crisis at Occupy London’s Tent City University.
With tax evasion costing the world more than $3.1 trillion every year, the urgency of tackling tax havens has never been greater, reports Tess Riley.
With Occupy Wall Street fighting for its life, Yahia Lababidi says that by supporting each other, Egyptian and US protesters can make the impossible possible.
Katerina Kitidi looks back over the recent political twists and turns that have beleaguered Greece.
The appearance of Reverend Billy and his megaphone breathed some holy fire into the London campers, says Jamie Kelsey-Fry.
Leaking, spin, and triangulation has no place in Occupy London, says Lisa Ansell.
As the European economic rollercoaster has the markets holding their breath, Michael Burke considers the relation of profits and ‘austerity’.
Maize and wheat are hot assets, right up there with gold. But since investors piled into food markets, the poorest can no longer afford to eat. Hazel Healy gets to grips with the commodity speculators.
Constantine Callaghan has filed this news report from Greece where the government has passed another round of strangling austerity measures amid violent public protest.