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Rather than just having less of the same, let’s have something different and better, says Federico Demaria....

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Big private banks have been resurrected by the crisis they caused, says David Ransom.

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Susan George tells a story that's beyond belief.

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How to get involved... and some inspiration from Spain.

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The Dutch are helping transnationals avoid paying tax in austerity-hit Greece, writes Beulah Devaney.

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Jamie Kelsey Fry reports on a gathering of voices from the frontline against austerity at the launch of...

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It’s easy to evade austerity and enjoy welfare benefits to the full if you’re a transnational corporation. David...

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Violence and oppression make this the most dangerous political system, argues Amit Singh.

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Take heart, says Jess Worth: rock-bottom fuel prices won’t lead to fossil-fuelled development booms. 

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If people are to be put above profit, we need to rethink our economic model, says Amit Singh.

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Insights into power structure by the best-selling author.

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Pierce Nahigyan points out some hard facts on the country’s economy.

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The UN wants to stop billionaire speculators forcing indebted nations like Argentina into default. Britain, the US and Germany...

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David Nathan looks at a country where gold BMWs are parked next to families living in cardboard houses.

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And it offers a false sense of security in an unstable world, says Philip Pilkington.

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Mark Engler and Paul Engler on the strengths and limitations of prefigurative politics.

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