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Find the reasons in the predictable results

The US has started another aggressive military campaign in the Muslim world; airstrikes against Syria and Iraq with no defined end.

As usual, we can immediately dispense with the stated rationale for the attacks, particularly the glaringly hypocritical moral indignation; and we can know the genuine reasons by considering the predictable results. 288 more words


Army Divestment

It would be a far more useful demand of the opposition in Egypt to demand the divestment of the military from the economy than to call for an end to the regime of El-Sisi. 174 more words


Criteria for a Client State

Historically, in order for any country to be a stable US client state, it does not only have to remain obedient, it must also remain weak. 21 more words


Dissolving the state is not the same as independence

I would really like to know what is the strategic logic of this? Is it supposed to inspire others to “rise up” against the regime with homemade bombs? 187 more words


Un-Capitalist Capitalism

Anti-Globalization is an inaccurate term, because Globalization is an inaccurate term. Anti-Capitalist is not accurate either because Neoliberalism is not really Capitalism; it’s an extreme mutation creating enslaved markets, rather than free markets. 122 more words


Washington Consensus - One of the shortest and best explanation – in English and Sebial - prepared by Prof. stanko Radmilovic

The term “Washington Consensus” is now very famous and infamous phrase often in discussions on trade and development. It is often considered as a synonym of “neoliberalism” and “globalization.” As the creator of the phrase John Williamson said: “The public around the world believe that means a set of neoliberal policies imposed on countries through the ill-fated Washington-based international financial institutions that led them to crisis and misery. 1,205 more words


Political Change or Economic Change?

Is it possible to achieve economic change without achieving political change first?

When political institutions are dominated by the power of the private economy, by multinational corporations and foreign investors, or even domestic private business interests, they become impervious to popular influence. 95 more words