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Sounding the TTIP alarm across the European Union

Canada is the most sued country in the ‘developed’ world, and that should be cause for grave concern, argues Maude Barlow.

Filed in: Economics Europe European Union United Kingdom

The ‘religious truth’ of inequality

Professor Danny Dorling explains why it is important to think about equality.

Filed in: Class Economics Equality Society

Global Goals vs TTIP: trading human rights for profit

Three million concerned Europeans signed a petition against a controversial new trade deal that will undermine human rights, explains Mark Dearn.

Filed in: Economics Human Rights

A Mars bar from Tommy Chocolate

How is money – and debt – created? The answer, says Peter Stalker, may surprise you.

Filed in: Economics Finance Trade

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

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

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

The Greek outsiders

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

Filed in: Economics Greece Politics

Storm over Athens

Niki Seth-Smith considers the consequences of the EU forcing Greece out of Europe.

Filed in: Economics Greece

Capitalism’s stormy sea

Richard Swift begins his journey through political alternatives to capitalism by looking at the nature of the beast they seek to oppose.

Filed in: Economics Politics

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