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Julius sits on the porch of his house in Trenton, New Jersey, looking north at Ewing Township where foreclosure rates are drastically lower.

The foreclosure crisis in the US is still a reality for many. Jack Crosbie reports on the human cost of...

Clueless central banks? A trade war? Southern debt overload? Leading economists including Jayati Ghosh, ...

Members of the dissolved opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party inside a police vehicle in Phnom Penh.

Prime Minister Hun Sen has dissolved newspapers and the opposition. Becky and Simon Kenton-Lake...

Ten years after the greatest economic crisis since the Great Depression, Yohann Koshy takes stock of what...

For Martin Jacques, 2008 represented the end of the Western-dominated financial system and the beginning of...

Make the Future is the latest in flimsy greenwash PR from an oil company pretending it can save the world from oil companies...

Adam Smith

The economics profession was partly to blame for the financial meltdown of 2007-08. C...

Laura Basu on how media ownership is getting more concentrated – and what to do about it.

A screenshot from Lush’s spycops campaign

Lush’s exposure of spycop wrongs will improve policing, Jenny Jones argues.

Ada Colau arrives at a municipal elections rally.

In the Barcelona area, local governments and citizens are transforming municipal politics, finds Luke Stobart.

Violeta Santos Moura reports from Poland, where reliance on coal kills some 45,000 people each year.

A drinking water vendor sets off, looking for customers in Jakarta’s poorest neighbourhoods. Photo: Solo Imaji/Barcroft Media via Getty

A civil society lawsuit has ended the city's water sell-off. But the fight isn't over. Febriana...

Lavinia Steinfort on the insidious 'investor protection mechanisms' stacking the odds in...

Passengers at Clapham Junction, south London. According to a 2017 Legatum Institute poll 76 per cent of British passengers want the railways in public ownership.

Nick Dowson dismantles the notion that the private sector does things better.

The Committees for the Defence of the Revolution blocked roads over Easter 2018

How the Committees for the Defence of the Republic are fighting for democracy in Catalonia. Luke Stobart...

Cat Hobbs, We Own It

Dinyar Godrej interviews We Own It campaign founder Cat Hobbs on why the time is ripe for...

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