Tuesday, 23 April , 2019

debt

La politique de la Troïka en Grèce : Voler le peuple...

Par Eric Toussaint 20 août 2018 Le 20 août 2018, le gouvernement grec d’Alexis Tsipras, le FMI et les dirigeants européens célèbrent la fin du 3e...

Greece still under the yoke of its illegitimate debt

by Anouk Renaud 20 July, 2018 On Friday 22 June 2018, after night-long negotiations, the Eurogroup (meeting of the finance ministers of the eurozone, along...

Greece’s Ordeal Is Far From Over

Only genuine debt relief can ensure it won’t be back in crisis. August 20, 2018 Greece reaches an important milestone today: After nearly nine years of crisis,...

Hudson on the destruction of Greeks and Greece

June 8, 2018 Also watch The Delphi Initiative - Speech by Michael Hudson

The global implications of the Turkish lira crisis

16 August 2018 As the tenth anniversary of the onset of the 2008 global financial crisis approaches, the ongoing turmoil engulfing the Turkish lira sounds...

Rothschild worried about new world economic order

9 Aug, 2018 Jacob Rothschild has voiced concern about the global financial system that was established after WWII. The billionaire banker points to the US-China...

EU Not Ending Greek Crisis, They End Greece

By F. William Engdahl 13.07.02018 With great fanfare at the end of June, the 19 EU Eurozone finance ministers announced the end to the eight-year-long Greek debt...

BRICS and the Fiction of “De-Dollarization”

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky July 24, 2018 This week,  leaders of the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) will be meeting in Johannesburg amidst...

The Greek Debt Crisis is Finally Over. Or Is It?

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos 04.07.2018 Greece still exists, albeit decapitated, without leaders, forces, or intellectuals to articulate its truth and its rights. And as it has proved,...

The IMF is back in Argentina: “an economic and social crisis,...

by Eric Toussaint , Sergio Ferrari 27 June 2018 1. The vicious circle of illegitimate debt grapples the Argentine people once again2. IMF’s $ 50 billion...