Category: Globalization

Elena Sharoykina: Europe – “Green” Alliance with Russia or experimental field for genetic Monsters?

In September 2016 it was announced that German chemical & pharmaceutical giant Bayer agreed to buy US seeds and pesticides corporation Monsanto in a $66 billion takeover deal. If the sides finalize the agreement (which is to be signed by the end of 2017) and regulatory authorities in USA and EU approve it, it will Read more…

Jamie Corey: Bayer Makes Deal With GMO Giant Monsanto

If Bayer’s purchase of Monsanto passes regulatory antitrust scrutiny, activists will have contend with an even bigger foe that dominates huge portions of the pharmaceutical and chemical business

Jim Hightower: The Ethical Rot of Wells Fargo, From the Top Down

The bosses’ sales culture turned employees into a syndicate of bank robbers

Pete Dolack: International tribunal seeks to build case against Monsanto

Capitalist markets are nothing more than the aggregate interests of the most powerful industrialists and financiers. And they have no interest in you knowing what is in your food, or even that it is safe

Nick Dearden: ‘Brexit red lines’ – the most progressive terms possible for the UK’s exit from the EU

Labour is now opposing toxic trade deals, but what sort of trade do we want?

Russell Mokhiber: Wells Fargo Allowed to Neither Admit Nor Deny. Why?

When the Consumer Financial Protection Board (CFPB) settled with Wells Fargo last month for $100 million, it did so without requiring that Wells Fargo admit to its wrongdoing

Sue Sturgis: Texas Billionaire Behind the Pipeline Standoff

Over the Labor Day weekend, security guards for a petro pipeline company used attack dogs and pepper spray against Native Americans resisting construction of a $3.8 billion pipeline through North Dakota, a project they say is desecrating land sacred to the Standing Rock Sioux

Tamara Pearson: Celebrating Mexico’s Independence Day Under the Shadow of a Giant Wall

Without NAFTA, Mexico could have had “European living standards today”

Richard D. Wolff: Rosa Remix: 100 years of capitalism’s global relocation

“Rosa Remix” is a collection of essays that examine Rosa Luxemburg and the relevance of her life and work to contemporary political struggles

Sam Gindin: Bargaining Over Corporate Investment: Innovation or Trap?

It’s the radical that is now the only thing truly practical. If we don’t raise our expectations, they will be lowered for us

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