Category: Economics

Sean Starrs: A Crash With Chinese Characteristics

China’s stock market crash was a fleeting convulsion. Its system of authoritarian capitalism is unscathed

Yanis Varoufakis: Something is rotten with the eurozone’s hideous restrictions on sovereignty

When sovereignty loss, due to unsustainable official debt, yields suboptimal policies in already stressed nations, one knows that there is something rotten in the euro’s kingdom

Vijay Prashad: A Greece moment

By tax policy and by cuts in social spending, the Garcia Padilla administration in Puerto Rico continues to press the people to make “sacrifices”

Walden Bello: Far-Right Set to Gain from Finance Capital’s War on Greece?

France’s Le Pen is exploiting the anti-EU, anti-German and anti-capitalist feelings coursing through the continent

Bob Jessop: UK Politics and Global Capitalism

The best way to take on global capitalism

Paul Mason: The end of capitalism has begun

The old ways will take a long while to disappear, but it’s time to be utopian

Cédric Durand: The End of Europe

The crisis in Greece is part of a larger disintegration of the European project

Leo Panitch: The Denouement

It would be better if would-be revolutionaries calling for a break with capitalism at the weakest link would show some capacity to at least shift the balance of forces where they live

Jack Rasmus: Greece as Euro ‘Economic Protectorate’

A radical government would have stopped every euro leaving the country, repudiated the “illegal and odious” debt and expedited a plan to leave the crippling Eurozone

Yanis Varoufakis: Our battle to save Greece 

As inside look at the negotiations and results….

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