Wednesday, 8 July , 2020

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Капитализм не умрёт?

Димитрис Константакопулос 13.05.2020 Как это обычно бывает в кризисные времена, «ленинцы рыночной системы» могут попытаться использовать шоковую ситуацию для продвижения своей повестки дня. Они знают, что...

Corona-Crisis and Two Models of Capitalism | Dimitris Konstantakopoulos

Published by Valdai Discussion Club It is clear that we are entering worldwide an era of very grave social, political and international conflicts and we...

Lenin’s Last Struggle

“Lenin’s Last Struggle” recounts a losing campaign against the emerging Stalin By Gary Bono January 22, 2016 I have previously written about the excellent and informative book,...

Catalonia and the right of Self-Determination – An interview with Inaki...

Question:  What are the principal grievances that induce a significant part of the Catalonian people to demand separation from Spain? Answer: To understand the current...

Αrchbishop of Canterbury: You turned Greece into the “biggest debtor’s prison...

The weight has fallen on those least able to survive, and when their own suffering was aggravated by the desperate plight of hundreds of thousands of refugees, and now millions, little help was given. What we have seen is the global market system, and especially the EU, lend people money to buy things and then strangle their hopes and futures when they cannot repay. What we now have is the biggest debtor's prison in European history.

TTIP against national democracy

Negotiations on the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership could soon end up in a fast track process which may see the treaty between...