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How to prevent inflation

Than Attacking Working People With Higher Interest Rates’ A deafening silence defines ‘debates’ among US leaders about stopping or slowing today’s inflation. Alternatives to the Federal Reserve’s raising of interest…

Covid-19 and ‘Green New Deal’ — I

The multiple failings of neoliberal agenda since its beginnings in the late 1970s - manifested in economic policies, including those of structural adjustment programmes by multilateral institutions like International Monetary…

A post-Covid-19 world

Major wars and pandemics, are the sort of happenings that change the world as we know it before they have happened. The Black Death lead to massive deaths in the…

Global policy post-Covid-19

There were already discussions gaining momentum since the Global Financial Crisis 2007/08 in many policy corners of economy and politics globally – but still remained far from reaching any meaningful…

Covid-19 vaccines in a neoliberal world

The first major outbreak of coronavirus happened almost two decades ago in the shape of SARs (severe acute respiratory syndrome), after which the virus continue to appear from time to…

The migration crisis

Through his administration’s recent policies towards Haiti and Haitian migrants, President Joe Biden is carrying out a crime against humanity. Unfortunately, this represents continuity in a decades-long, bi-partisan policy toward…

So far so good?

IT is somewhat disconcerting to find myself almost in agreement with US Senator Lindsey Graham, a particularly odious representative of the Republican leadership that propped up the Trump presidency for…

Declining capitalism

Today’s declining US capitalism can no longer repeat its previous bland celebrations of private enterprises and free markets. Too much is going wrong, provoking criticism, and deepening divisions across US…

Good economics is inclusive politics

The defeat of Finance Minister Mr Hafeez Sheikh in the Senate elections is not just a defeat of Mr Imran Khan but a rejection of the idea that ‘economic-technocrats’ are…

The Fight For Food

The fight for food

Over eight decades ago, the Dust Bowl devastated over 100,000,000 acres of agricultural land and the Great Depression threw 15 million Americans out of work. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt instituted…

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