Tuesday, 13 November , 2018

South Europe

Solidarity with the struggle of the Palestinian people – The CGTP-IN...

70 years of the Nakba - Solidarity with the struggle of the Palestinian people – The CGTP-IN condemns the massacre perpetrated by Israel -...

Migration Intra-européennes de type Bolkestein en France – quand allons nous...

Par Monika Karbowska Le 21 mars 2005 des milliers de manifestants européens ont convergé vers Bruxelles pour réclamer la disparition de la directive de libéralisation...

Debate on Europe

By Ernesto Screpanti* Since the end of World War II, tribal rivalries and xenophobic sentiment in Europe have never been as strong as they...

America’s Monetary Imperialism | By Michael Hudson

In theory, the global financial system is supposed to help every country gain. Mainstream teaching of international finance, trade and “foreign aid” (defined simply...

Catarina Martins: The Portuguese experiment

New Left Review 106, July-August 2017 Catarina, you coordinate the only party of the left in Europe that exercises an explicit restraining power, in...

Podemos’ Alternative for Catalonia

An interview with Txema Guijarro The crisis in Catalonia is an opportunity to build a new, democratic and plurinational Spain. After last weekend’s contested referendum...

IMF – The secret documents, or how they destroyed Greeks and...

The CADTM draws attention to two IMF documents dating from March and May 2010 that were kept secret. These authentic documents were placed at the disposal...

TALKS TO END THE CYPRUS REPUBLIC

There is a nasty political game being played against Cyprus and some believe the timing it’s perfect for a “good kill”. Most of the political parties have been questioning the wisdom of Anastasiade’s obsession to negotiate under such treacherous conditions aimed to eliminate the Republic.

The Archbishop of Cyprus criticizes strongly the plans of President Anastasiades

In a very rare gesture, the Archbishop of Cyprus Chrysostomos, in his Christmas message, read in all churches, has criticized, in unusually harsh terms, the policy of President Anastasiades and the type of “solution” of the Cyprus conflict he wants to impose on the citizens of the Republic, bypassing the need for a referendum.

ECB refuses to help Italy’s crisis-hit Monte dei Paschi bank

Trading in the troubled bank’s shares was repeatedly halted on the Italian stock exchange on Friday. The MPS share price closed 10% lower as the bank’s board held a meeting that had already been scheduled before the reports that the ECB had rejected its calls for an extension to the deadline to bolster its financial position.