Japan’s “Comfort Women” Asian Protests and Imperial Japan’s Sexual Slavery

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By Dan Steinbock   Recently, another Philippine statue commemorating Filipino “comfort women” has been removed. As international pressure is rising, it is time for Abe...

Global Economic Outlook after Trump-Xi Timeout

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By Dan Steinbock As many hoped, the highly anticipated Trump-Xi meeting in the Buenos Aires G20 Summit resulted in a truce. The devil is in...

Capitalism, Globalisation and Inequality

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By Kalim Siddiqui With rising global inequality and environmental crises, capitalism is unable to resolve the crises and thus has become an obsolete social system...

The Predicted 2020 Global Recession

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By Graham Vanbergen There has been much speculation recently in the press about the impending global crash and the inevitable fallout it will cause. While...

Behind Path Withdrawal: User-Generated Content, Fad-Trend-Megatrend and Individualist-Collectivist Behavior

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By Jaya Addin Linando When Path announced that it will close down its operation, many internet users were shocked as Path was one of the...

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...

The Economic Costs of Corruption in Philippines

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By Dan Steinbock                 The recent $200 million customs debacle may be just a tip of the iceberg. Due to illicit financial flows, Philippines has...

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),...

Khashoggi versus 50,000 Slaughtered Yemeni Children

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By Peter Koenig The European Parliament has asked last October 25 for an immediate embargo on the sale of weapons to Saudi Arabia, hence sanctioning...

The Great Dollar Debacle

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By Dan Steinbock The share of U.S. dollar in international payments is disproportionate relative to America’s eroding global position and depends on international goodwill that...

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