On Greece’s economic crisis
I think that what our European partners and creditors wrested is a Pyrrhic victory, but that at the same time it represents a great moral victory for Greece and its left government.
After Greece, the road to a democratic, social United States of Europe passes through ‘Brexit’ and a toppling of the post-democratic tyranny that is the European Union
It is now clear that the European authorities do not intend to let the Greek economy recover any time in the foreseeable future
A broad, diverse array of organizations engaged in activism has leveled the playing field in the fight over U.S. trade policy
The financial industry, in contrast to the mythology it loves to peddle, does not create wealth — it confiscates wealth, attempting to profit off every aspect of human activity
The Eurogroup and the International Monetary Fund have crushed the hopes of a youthful movement that sought to transform a nation and rouse a continent
Ginden and Panitch explain the possibilities and realities of the Greek situation.
Three part interview with Real News elaborating the Panitch/Ginden analysis…
Thanks to a flaw in the design of the Euro, Greece could leave the eurozone without much technical or legal complications