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Greece for sale

The selling off of the country’s valuable assets is a blow to democracy, argues Nick Dearden.

Filed in: Democracy Greece

The economic aftershocks of Nepal’s earthquake

The country’s tourism industry is struggling to recover from April’s disaster, reports Maya Prabhu.

Filed in: Economics Nepal

Five reasons why Jeremy Corbyn is electable

The mainstream warnings against the British Labour politician do not hold up to scrutiny, argues Mischa Wilmers.

Filed in: Equality Politics Society United Kingdom

Will Sri Lankan voters bring back Rajapaksa?

The stakes are high for the country in today’s election, writes Lasanda Kurukulasuriya.

Filed in: Democracy Politics Sri Lanka

Time for one-day migrant strike

What would make people realize the contributions that migrants make to society? asks Paul Donovan.

Filed in: Economics Migration Refugees United Kingdom Work

Selling off the Royal Bank of Scotland

Who opposes the privatization of RBS? David Ransom explains why he does.

Filed in: Economics Privatization United Kingdom

The United Nations caught between dream and reality

Is the UN designed to be ineffective and maintain the status quo? Amit Singh asks.

Filed in: Political Theory Politics UN

Don’t ‘beautify’ Nairobi just for Barack!

In the run-up to Obama’s visit, is Kenya sweeping its poverty under the carpet? Moses Wasamu reports.

Filed in: Kenya Politics United States

Greece and European unity

This month the Tax Justice Network looks at how Greece ended up with more austerity despite a popular ‘No’ vote against it.

Filed in: Economics Greece

Empowering Kurdistan

What made a Kurdish victory possible in Turkey’s recent elections – and what does the future hold? asks Naila Bozo.

Filed in: Kurdistan Politics Turkey

The Greek outsiders

Post-referendum, Alexia Kalaitzi talks to Greek expats about the country’s future.

Filed in: Economics Greece Politics

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