Sunday, 24 January , 2021

debt

A country is entitled to refuse to repay a debt

by Eric Toussaint , Revista Mugica 26 November The following interview, given by Éric Toussaint to the Argentine review Mugica, has been adapted to make...

Soixante ans après les Indépendances: Quel Bilan politique, économique et social....

Par Ibrahima SENE   PIT/SENEGAL Dakar  le 18 Décembre 2020 I) Introduction Il est nécessaire, qu’en faisant  le bilan de soixante ans d’Indépendance de l’Afrique  pour  cerner ses...

Égypte 2020: Une course joyeuse vers l’abîme

Par Hipatia Urabi Dec. 2, 2020 Les élections législatives de 2020 en Égypte seront bientôt achevées. Depuis des semaines, jusque dans le plus petit village,...

“This Is a Revolution, Sir”

Workers in India last week launched a general strike that brought out an estimated 250 million people, arguably the largest in human history. Now,...

Egypt 2020: Happy ride into the abyss

Βy Hipatia Urabi Hipatia Urabi is the collective name of a network of Egyptian authors defending the rights of the peoples Dec. 2, 2020 The 2020 parliamentary elections...

Top Conte aide urges ECB to cancel pandemic debt

Bloomberg Nov. 26, 2020 The European Central Bank should consider wiping out or holding forever the government debt it buys during the current crisis to help...

Trump’s legacy, by the numbers

by Catherine Rampell November 25, 2020 As covid-19 hospitalizations hit another new high on Tuesday, President Trump called a news conference to boast about a different record: the stock market. The Dow...

James K. Galbraith on Corona, Wars, Economy and Economists

James K. Galbraith Says More… Nov. 17, 2020 This week in Say More, PS talks with James K. Galbraith, Professor of Government and Chair in Government/Business...

A qui profite la dette ?

Jan. 21, 2019 Crise grecque. On nous parle d’une dette grecque insoutenable, impayable... mais au fait : à qui cette dette profite ? Qui sont les créanciers...

The Debt Pandemic

Sep. 22, 2020 Although sovereign-bond markets remain sanguine about advanced economies’ massive pandemic-related fiscal stimulus programs, much of the accumulated debt will inevitably be passed...