Collective Life Capital: The Lost Ground of the Economy

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By John McMurtry In this analysis, the author definitively explains collective life capital as the missing base of the economy under systemic attack by life-blind...

How to Defeat Western Neo-Colonialism

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By Andre Vltchek The West managed to build its wealth, including the social nets, on plunder, deception, slavery and countless holocausts on all continents of...

The Role of Urban Spaces in the Creation of Value

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By Martha Schwartz Martha Schwartz, a professor at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, discusses how urban landscape design plays an important role in the creation...

What the Climate Can Change

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By Jörg Friedrichs Society can change climate, and climate can change society. Below, Jörg Friedrichs suggests that it is helpful to look at distant historical...

From the “Tragedy of the Commons” to the Tragedy of Enclosures

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By Olivier De Schutter and Katharina Pistor If the enclosures movement that swept through England in the 18th century was the general rehearsal, the play...

The United States of America – the Real Reason Why They Are Never Winning...

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By Peter Koenig This essay is inspired by Professor James Petras’ article, describing that the US never wins wars despite trillions of investments in her war...

Can Capitalism Save the Environment?

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By Tabitha M. Benney Developing economies can provide an invaluable contribution to the effort to prevent further climate change. Below Tabitha M. Benney illustrates how...

Genetic Technology in the Global Economic Environment

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By Richard C. Jennings Below, Richard C. Jennings looks at the use of modern genetic technologies of plant breeding for increasing agricultural productivity. The author...

Recasting International Development in a Post-Recessionary World

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By Stephen McCloskey and Gerard McCann Globalisation has been a mixed blessing for international development. Below, Stephen McCloskey and Gerard McCann argue that greater resilience...

Current Economic Development is Unsustainable. How Can We Reverse this Trend?

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By Jacques Prescott In 1987, with the publication of the Brundtland report, the world was confronted once again with the dire reality of a collapsing...

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