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Declaration of the European Conference Against Austerity

"Το βίντεο από την Ευρωπαϊκή Διάσκεψη ενάντια στη Λιτότητα, που έγινε στο Λονδίνο τη 1η Οκτωβρίου, είναι μοντάζ των Επιτροπών Δράσης Ευρώπη και αποτελεί κάλεσμα για τις παγκόσμιες κινητοποιήσεις στις 15 Οκτωβρίου"

This European conference meets not a moment too soon.

The peoples of Europe face an unprecedented social, political and economic crisis.

Our governments are implementing the most savage spending cuts designed to destroy all the social gains of the post-war period. These will wreck the lives of millions by devastating jobs, pay, pensions, health, education and other services.

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Published in Socialist Resistance (www.socialistresistance.org)

Apple’s rotten core 

2011-10-09_apple-s_rotten_coreNone of the eulogies for Steve Jobs are likely to have much to say about the people who made his fortune writes Liam Mac Uaid. Apple has pioneered an aggressive anti-union strategy both in the Chinese factories that manufacture its gadgets and the Apple stores that sell them. The company’s story is more one of hyper-exploitation than affable geekery.

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« Occupy Wall Street », ou quand la rage envahit les Etats-Unis

ARRUZZA Cinzia

Le pont de Brooklyn a une longueur de près de deux kilomètres. Deux kilomètres suspendus en l’air par des câbles d’acier sur les eaux de l’East River et qui, le 1er octobre, se remplirent d’une masse de gens bien différents des touristes habituels qui s’y pressent pour assister au romantique coucher de soleil sur Manhattan :

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2011-10-02 - CADTM

Why Pakistan says adieu to IMF program?

by Abdul Khaliq

2011-10-02_Abdul_KhaliqExisting $11.3 billion Stand By Agreement (SBA) is 8th program with IMF, going to be ended on a bitter note.
Having kept the IMF at arm’s length for over a year now is anything but good news.

The government of Pakistan has taken the latest decision to say ‘adieu’ to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) at least for the time being, after the existing $11.3 billion Stand By Arrangement (SBA) program, is to be ended on 30 September 2011.This is the 8th SBA program with the IMF to conclude on an unsuccessful note, since 1950 when Pakistan joined the Fund. Out of these eight programs six were contracted with democratic governments. 

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2011-10-01 - CADTM

In the eye of the storm: the debt crisis in the European Union (7/7)

Alternative ways out of crisis

by Eric Toussaint

2011-10-01_Alternative_ways_out_of_crisisIn July-September 2011 the stock markets were again shaken at international level. The crisis has become deeper in the EU, particularly with respect to debts. The CADTM interviewed Eric Toussaint about various facets of this new stage in the crisis.

 Part 7: Alternative ways out of crisis |1|

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2011-09-28 – CADTM

In the eye of the storm: the debt crisis in the European Union (6/7)

Has the crisis peaked yet

by Eric Toussaint

2011-09-28-has_the_crisis_peaked_yetIn July-September 2011 the stock markets were again shaken at international level. The crisis has become deeper in the EU, particularly with respect to debts. The CADTM interviewed Eric Toussaint about various facets of this new stage in the crisis.

Part 6: Has the crisis peaked yet

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2011-09-28 – CADTM

In the eye of the storm: the debt crisis in the European Union (5/7)

CDS and rating agencies: factor(ie)s of risk and destabilization

by Eric Toussaint

2011-09-28-CDS_and_rating_agenciesIn July-September 2011 the stock markets were again shaken at international level. The crisis has become deeper in the EU, particularly with respect to debts. The CADTM interviewed Eric Toussaint about various facets of this new stage in the crisis.

Part 5: CDS and rating agencies: factor(ie)s of risk and destabilization |1|

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28 September 2011 - CADTM

Ιn the eye of the storm: the debt crisis in the European Union (4/7)

A European Brady deal: austerity for life

 

by Eric Toussaint

2011-09-28-a-europian-brady-deal-austerity-for-lifeIn July-September 2011 the stock markets were again shaken at international level. The crisis has become deeper in the EU, particularly with respect to debts. The CADTM interviewed Eric Toussaint about various facets of this new stage in the crisis.

Part 4: A European Brady deal: austerity for life |1|

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October 8 to 16, 2011

WEEK OF GLOBAL ACTION AGAINST DEBT AND IFIs

Break the chains of debt!

2011-09-26_week_of_global_actionThe system of debt continues to devastate the lives of people around the world. People in the South face the daily impacts and consequences of the financial indebtedness of their countries, which far from having been "relieved" is growing in step with the crisis and the pursuit of extraordinary profits by the most concentrated forms of capital. They continue also to bear the burden of the unpaid historical, social, ecological, and climate debts which are increasing as well to the rhythm of false solutions to the global crisis.

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25 September 2011 

Anticapitalism and environmentalism as a political alternative

by Esther Vivas

2011-09-25-esther_vivasWe cannot analyse the global ecological crisis separately from the crisis in which we are immersed or the critique of the economic model that has led us into it.

The starting point for today’s debate is to note that humanity is in a global ecological crisis that is an intrinsic part of the systemic crisis of capitalism. And one of the differences from past economic crises, from that of the 1970s or the crash of 1929, is precisely its ecological aspect.

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23 September 2011 - CADTM

In the eye of the storm: the debt crisis in the European Union (3/7)

The ECB, ever loyal to private interests

by Eric Toussaint

2011-09-23_The_ECBIn July - September 2011 the stock markets were again shaken at international level. The crisis has become deeper in the EU, particularly with respect to debts. The CADTM interviewed Eric Toussaint about various facets of this new stage in the crisis.

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19 September 2011 - www.guardian.co.uk

The real debate is how

2011-07-29-lapavitsasA Greek default and exit must be taken in the people’s interests – not entrusting the process to the EU, IMF and banks.

Greece is facing an economic and social disaster, the result of its so-called rescue by the “troika” of the EU, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank. Greece must change course to avoid a grim future for its people: it must default on its debt and exit the eurozone.

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