Sunday, 26 May , 2024

neoliberalism

America’s real adversaries are its European and other allies: The U.S....

By Michael Hudson Feb 8, 2022 The Iron Curtain of the 1940s and ‘50s was ostensibly designed to isolate Russia from Western Europe – to keep...

Why are the progressive left mixing with the dark right on...

 January 12, 2022 It’s Wednesday and I have been digging a bit into what appears to be a growing coalition opposing lockdowns, mask wearing, vaccine...

Le goût amer du néolibéralisme en Europe de l’Est

Par Sheri Berman 7 Septembre 2021 Social Europe L’adhésion de la gauche post-communiste au néolibéralisme leur a aliéné la base ouvrière. Cela a créé des opportunités pour...

“Neoliberalism failed – we’ll return to state planning”

By Yunus Soner* Nov. 9, 2021 The former President is very busy. He is at the same time on the phone, is directing his assistant and...

Chomsky: Build Back Better Fiasco Exposes How Both Parties Serve Corporate...

By C.J. Polychroniou November 1, 2021 The United States is an abysmal outlier among its economic peers when it comes to social protection programs. Consider, for...

Life Expectancy and the Age of Austerity

New data reveals life expectancy in England has fallen to its lowest level since 2011 By Simon Whelan 24 September 2021 This week, the Office for National...

How Australia’s zero-covid strategy turned into a total shambles thanks to...

By Graham Hryce * 2 Sep, 2021 Australia’s performance in dealing with the Covid pandemic, until three months ago, ranked amongst the best in the world. Even...

Australia: Victorian Labor government announces homicidal plan to lift lockdown

By Oscar Grenfell Sep 20, 2021 Victorian Labor Premier Daniel Andrews announced yesterday that lockdown measures in Australia’s second most-populous state will be lifted next month,...

Chile: Neoliberalism Under Siege in its Country of Birth

The movement for a new constitution is changing Chile, the country where military rulers embarked on an early and violent experiment in market reforms By...

Pedro Castillo – a teacher elected to dismantle neoliberalism in Peru

By Francisco Dominguez Primary school teacher from Peru’s rural Cajamarca, Pedro Castillo, has been elected president of this South American nation in a hotly fought...