Tuesday, 29 September , 2020

debt

How much does Africa owe, and to whom?

Aug. 29, 2020 African debt is a painful subject for the continent, and in many ways a dark one: no one dares give exact figures,...

Une guerre gréco-turque est-elle possible ? Ses implications potentielles pour l’UE,...

Par Dimitris Konstantakopoulos Jul18, 2020 Dans un article précédent, nous avons discuté de la décision d'Ankara de transformer Sainte-Sophie en mosquée dans le contexte stratégique plus...

Is a Greek – Turkish War possible? Its potential implications for...

Βy Dimitris Konstantakopoulos In a previous article we discussed the decision of Ankara to turn Hagia Sophia into a mosque in the wider and changing...

China suspends debt repayment for 77 developing nations, regions

Jun 7, 2020 China has announced the suspension of debt repayment for 77 developing countries and regions as the nation is working with other G20...

Le capitalisme de «catastrophe »

Par James K. Galbraith Nous avons besoin d’un modèle radicalement différent pour faire face à la crise du COVID-19 La situation actuelle aux États-Unis Il y a...

Cette crise a révélé les absurdités du néolibéralisme Cela ne signifie...

Par Costas Lapavitsas Le choc du coronavirus a ébranlé les marchés boursiers mondiaux, imposant la nécessité de renflouements massifs de l’État. Mais les mesures visant...

EU Recovery Fund, Next Generation EU: Who shall benefit? | By...

As a follow up to the joint proposal of Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron on creating an EU Recovery Fund...

The Greek “bail-out” program: a colossal failure

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 05/29/2020 Second of three articles (Read part I here) A colossal failure If we judge the Greek program not on the basis of our own...

On the protest movement and the radical Left. Letter from America...

The recent t protests in the United States involve many movements with extremely varied aims, mainly liberal anti-racist and a few overtly anti-capitalist leftist...

President Macron never intended to cancel African debt

by Pauline Imbach 4 May 2020 Had we been born yesterday, we would have been tempted to believe that the question of African debt was finally...