by Simon Wren-Lewis on 15 December 2015 @sjwrenlewis The headline in my latest article for The Independent may seem like a wild exaggeration. But if we are talking about a crisis that impacted on unemployment in the entire Eurozone (except Germany) rather than just the periphery, then I think it is reasonable. It was German policy makers … Continue reading A Crisis Made In Germany.
του José Pablo Feinmann (προς τον Jorge Alemán) Κατά την τελευταία Συνδιάσκεψη Πανλατινοαμερικανικής Σκέψης που έγινε στην πόλη Τουκουμάν (Αργεντινή), πολλοί από τους ομιλητές συνέδεσαν την κατάσταση της Λατινικής Αμερικής με το τραγικό μέλλον που απειλεί για μια ακόμη φορά τους Έλληνες, τον λαό εκείνο που ούτε λίγο ούτε πολύ η δυτικοευρωπαϊκή παράδοση και οι … Continue reading Η ΓΕΡΜΑΝΙΑ ΑΠΟΤΕΛΕΙΩΝΕΙ ΤΗΝ ΕΛΛΑΔΑ, ΚΟΙΤΙΔΑ ΤΟΥ ΠΟΛΙΤΙΣΜΟΥ
By Joseph E. Stiglitz. NEW YORK – The rising crescendo of bickering and acrimony within Europe might seem to outsiders to be the inevitable result of the bitter endgame playing out between Greece and its creditors. In fact, European leaders are finally beginning to reveal the true nature of the ongoing debt dispute, and the … Continue reading Europe’s Attack on Greek Democracy, ( nowdays it’s gotten worse).
By Joseph E. Stiglitz and Adam S. Hersh. NEW YORK – As negotiators and ministers from the United States and 11 other Pacific Rim countries meet in Atlanta in an effort to finalize the details of the sweeping new Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), some sober analysis is warranted. The biggest regional trade and investment agreement in … Continue reading The Trans-Pacific Free-Trade Charade
December 28, 2015 Whatever happened to Syriza? Was it a good party that came to a bad end or a bad party that came to a bad end? It’s the difference between tragedy and farce. With 86 billion euro, the Eurogroup bought itself Greece. Last August, the Troika (the European Central Bank, the European Economic … Continue reading Little Oedipus and the Troika, by Luciana Bohne.
by Alan Hope, Summary A database that forms part of a package of measures agreed two weeks ago allows too many services access with no clear limits, according to the Privacy Commission, while Jan Jambon announces a plan to tackle terrorism General principle positive The Privacy Commission has criticised a new database of terrorist suspects … Continue reading Belgium: Privacy Commission criticises new terror suspect database.
By: thinkSPAIN , Friday, September 5, 2014 A FIREFIGHTER who was fined for refusing to evict an 85-year-old lady who had fallen behind with her rent appeared in court yesterday (Thursday) to appeal. Roberto Rivas, head of the fire brigade in A Coruña in the north-western region of Galicia, was sent along with other members of the force to break … Continue reading Fire brigade chief fined for refusing to evict elderly lady ‘would do so again’ !
Sécurité, tolérance et appel à la jeunesse: retrouvez l'intégralité du discours royal RTBF Publié le jeudi 24 décembre 2015 à 13h00 Ce jeudi à 13 heures, comme chaque année, le Roi des Belges s'est adressé à la population pour le traditionnel discours de Noël. Pour le roi Philippe, c'est déjà de la troisième allocution … Continue reading When a king’s Christmas message “trains” us on “terror” subject!! (Fr., Nl., De.)
© AFP 2015/ BARAA AL-HALABI 'Hands off Al-Qaeda!' US Hawks Find Themselves Protecting Terrorists ελληνικά What does the future have in store for Europe? Fires, riots, toppled governments and total destabilization — more or less as has happened recently in Ukraine, independent Poland-based journalist and publicist Konrad Stachnio predicts. "Every time I see the old, good George Soros saying something … Continue reading Europe will soon be destabilized just like the Middle East due to “George Soros and Co.’s” social-engineering efforts