China-US trade war
Davos 23: Going pear-shaped
Davos wants to ‘shape’ capitalism, but instead it’s going pear-shaped.
Germany, France, England, Spain, Belgium and Greece: Inflation, strikes, demonstrations
Facing a huge economic crisis, workers are starting strikes and protests all over the continent.
An election where the topic of abortion dominated heavily over the economy
On effects of the US midterm elections.
Brazil will return as “admired and respected protagonist” of international politics
Expected foreign policy, ecomomic crisis, domestic political challenges, future of Bolsonaro and the rising Evangelism.
The US heading to elections 4: The unfortunate coming together
If the struggle against Neocons succeeds in overcoming ethnic and religious bounderies, a "new beginning" will take off.
Liz Truss’ U-Turn in the budget
Possible short and long term implications
Some challenges the UK faces
Transformation of the Labour Party, economic problems and how to position in relation to Russia and China.
Egypt: The release of political prisoners is a win-win deal for all
The regime is releasing the activists as a tactical step until it is able to overcome the economic crisis.
Argentine government ends up copying the previous neoliberal model
Recent changes in Argentine government's cabinet show growing influence of the United States.
Inflation as a governmental instrument to lower wages
Economic growth needs questioning free capital flow and free trade agreements, argues the Argentine expert in face of a huge crisis.
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