Monthly Archives: April 2015

Greek Debt Crisis | JACK RASMUS


(Counterpunch, April 29, 2015)   Is Default or Exit Inevitable? This past week, April 24, European finance ministers met in Riga, Latvia. High on the agenda was the topic of Greek debt negotiations. Two months after the February 28 interim … Continue reading

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Responsibility for African Boat Migrants Lie at All Our Doors | Bulent Gokay


“Who are you?” the late Colonel Gaddafi once rhetorically asked in a public address in late 2011, just before the end of his reign, questioning the authority of those trying to over-throw his regime, calling them extremists, agents of western … Continue reading

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