Top Strategies Politicians Use to Build a Following

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Everyone has a strong opinion towards politicians, different parties, and everything involving the government. Whatever your stance is, understanding how ambitious individuals seeking a...

How Can Brazil Restore its Growth Trajectory?

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By Dan Steinbock         Only a few years ago, Brazil exemplified the BRIC dream of rapid growth. Now it is coping with its longest recession,...

Afghanistan & the American Imperial Project

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By Dr. Jack Rasmus On August 16, 2021 President Biden addressed the nation to explain why the US military is pulling out of Afghanistan. To...

US election: why democratic legitimacy remains at stake

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By Nadia Hilliard Even as millions of votes in key battlegrounds were being counted, Donald Trump incorrectly declared victory in the US presidential race. The...

US election: what the tight results mean for Democrats and Republicans

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By Thomas Gift As vote counting continued in key battleground states in the US election, Joe Biden edged closer to the White House while Donald Trump...

The Educated Middle Class, their Economic Prospects, and the Arab Spring

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By Filipe R. Campante & Davin Chor The recent uprisings in the Arab World carry a broader lesson, highlighting the importance of sustaining an economy...

Behind The 3rd US Presidential Debate – What’s Coming in 2017

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By Jack Rasmus What the 3rd US presidential debate reveals beneath the surface is in 2017 and beyond what’s in store is more military adventures,...

Identity Politics: Diversion from the Growing Economic Crisis?

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By Ghada Chehade Despite the reality of ever-increasing economic despair – including, and perhaps especially, for minorities – no one is willing to talk about...

Brazil – Bolsonaro Towards a Military Dictatorship – Worse than 80 Years Ago

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By Peter Koenig One week before the second round of voting in Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, the extreme right-wing candidate from the Social Liberal Party (PSL),...

China and Russia – Towards an Economy of Peace?

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By Peter Koenig Why is Peace not breaking out, when the vast majority of the world’s populace does not want war? Peter Koenig sheds light...